Fri’s news that Time Warner Cable and NFL Net had finally reached a deal brought back oh, so many memories. First reported by Bloomberg, the multi-year deal literally came together Fri morning, but had been in the making for months. TWC and Bright House are slated to launch NFL Net on digital basic and RedZone on a sports tier beginning Sun, so the decade-long journey to carriage is finally over. But oh, what a trip. CableFAX Daily recounts the journey’s fumbles and false starts.
DirecTV has checked out wireless broadband offerings, and doesn’t find them compelling, CEO Mike White said at the Goldman Sachs’ Communacopia Conference Fri. More on White’s opinions about various technologies.
Half a year after the FCC moved to block LightSquared’s proposal to offer LTE services nationwide, lawmakers questioned the agency’s handling of the matter again—on Fri during a House Oversight and Investigations subcmte hearing.
To promote Cablevision’s OMGFAST broadband service, the MSO tapped NFL Hall of Famer Joe Namath and his daughter Jessica Namath to star in a 60-sec commercial.

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FuboTV Shares Nosedive

fuboTV shares plummeted 18.5% after Tuesday’s after-the-bell 4Q20 earnings report in which the company said it expects to lose subs in 1Q21, predicting a sequential decline of 3%-5%. For 4Q, paid subs

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