Remember back when MSOs scoffed at the idea of partnering with TiVo? Things have certainly changed with deals being struck with many, most recently Cable One. Unlike Google, which is rumored to be selling the Motorola set-top biz because cable’s not interested in having it in the middle of its business, TiVo has found a way to make it work. Read on for comments from TiVo CEO Tom Rogers and JP Morgan sr analyst Paul Coster’s take on TiVo’s evolution.

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The goal is to vote by year-end on the DISH proceeding, which will determine whether the DBS company can use its satellite spectrum for terrestrial wireless broadband, FCC chmn Julius Genachowski said at the Commission’s Open Meeting Fri. But media ownership is another story.
Over half of US households with a multichannel video service subscription have a DVR vs 4% of TV HHs that don’t subscribe to a multichannel service, said a new research from Leichtman Research Group.
NBC Olympics won 4 Olympic Golden Rings awards—3 Gold and 1 Silver in the 4 categories for which it was eligible, including a Gold for Best Olympic Program.

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RMCA Transforms into Media+Tech Collective

The Rocky Mountain Cable Association is tearing down all its boundaries. On the surface, it may look like its just-revealed rebrand to the Media+Tech Collective is the latest example of a group shedding cable

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