Post Archives: Sara Winegardner
AT&T didn’t quite kick off 2019 with the bang it wanted.
Verizon had some good news to deliver in the first quarter, and most of it wasn’t about 5G.
Everyone wants to jump in on the latest technologies and trends, but sometimes it pays off to bide your time until you know exactly how to apply it to your business.
The battle between Comcast and Rovi, a TiVo-owned company, flared up again Monday with the latter bringing a patent infringement complaint against Comcast’s cloud and multi-room DVR features
Charter Communications is looking to end its dispute in the Empire State, offering a settlement agreement to the NY PSC in its dispute over the network expansion conditions related to Charter’s merger with Time Warner Cable
Katherine Gessner has replaced her father Bob Gessner as MCTV president, and she’s ready to make the family proud. Katherine sat down with CFX to discuss her unique perspective on the industry after and her decision to take on the family company.
With every action comes a reaction, and all eyes have been on Netflix in the 24 hours since the company held its first earnings call following Disney’s investor day.
Windstream’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings started on a positive note for the company when a New York judge ordered Charter Communications to end an advertising campaign that allegedly misled Windstream customers into believing they would lose service.