With 3.55mln viewers, Fox News was No. 1 in prime last night for Alabama special election coverage. MSNBC had 3.15mln viewers and CNN averaged 2.76mln, according to Nielsen Fast Nationals.
It’s the time of year when we’re all making some sort of list and checking it twice. December seems to be the month we all move into panic mode, and only a little of that can be contributed to the holidays. Operators and vendors of all kinds are thinking about the coming year, and just […]
Mobility is not a technology. It is a state of mind. And it has changed the face of the commercial enterprise. In the early days of mobile telephones, before data access was available and the term “car phone” was still accurate, a mobile device was a luxury that enabled road warriors to stay connected. Now, […]
A group of video providers and device manufacturers that deliver service to more than 90 million American households are launching what the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) say is “an unprecedented ‘Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement’ that will result in annual residential electricity savings of $1.5 billion or more […]
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld the April 2011 Federal Communication Commission (FCC) data-roaming order that required wireless carriers to offer all flavors of data-roaming services to other carriers on "commercially reasonable terms," thus rejecting Verizon’s legal challenge. The three judges agreed with the commission that data-roaming requirements […]
An unusual collaboration of authors produced what is likely the longest NCTA paper ever at The Cable Show 2012, held in Boston back in May. The paper, comprising some 185 pages, was written and presented by industry competitors John Chapman of Cisco, Mike Emmendorfer of ARRIS and Rob Howald of Motorola plus Shaul Shulman of […]