For years, programmers and MVPDs have welcomed June with a slew of Pride Month-themed programming and initiatives, and that doesn’t seem to be changing despite recent backlashes against Target , Bud Light and others. Read More
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FCC Refines Broadband Map, NTIA Readies for BEAD
The FCC released version 2.0 of its broadband map, with the agency making huge strides from its first attempt at creating the resource. Read More
Pennsylvania ISPs Want Clarity on CPF Process
As we get closer to the distribution of billions in government funding, broadband providers are speaking up to make sure state government officials hear their concerns and questions. Read More
Grand Slam: Solomon Talks Tennis Channel’s 20th, DTC Plans
We chatted with Ken Solomon about where the Tennis Channel has been and where it’s going as a division of Sinclair. Read More
Diamond sports Ordered to Make RSN Rights Payments
MLB and four teams emerged victorious at the end of a two-day hearing with Diamond Sports Group with Judge Christopher Lopez of the Southern Texas Bankruptcy Court ruling they were entitled to all payments Read More
AMC Theatres Phases Out On Demand Service
AMC Theatres’ is taking its on-demand streaming platform and moving it to the Fandango-owned digital service Vudu. The entire AMC Theatres On Demand library will now be available on Vudu, which has over 200,000 new releases of movies and TV shows to rent or purchase as well as free programs. Read More
Just Released – The Cablefax 100
The Cablefax 100 is here! Cablefax celebrates the top Operations and Content leaders in its annual must-read magazine Read More
House Committee Launches Investigation Into Khan
The concern from Republican lawmakers about FTC Chair Lina Khan grew 3.5 months ago when GOP Commissioner Christine Wilson resigned citing Khan’s leadership. That worry took the next step this week when the Read More
Apple Drops MLS Price
As the MLS midseason point draws closer, Apple decreased the price of MLS Season Pass from $99 to $49 to cover the remaining matches of the season and the ensuing playoffs. Customers who already have Apple TV will see a price of $39, and the monthly price of $14.99 will remain unchanged. Read More
Q&A With Amdocs Division President of Communications, Media and Technology, Pablo Cella
Q&A With Amdocs Division President of Communications, Media and Technology, Pablo Cella Read More
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