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NCC deal with DirecTV

Under the agreement NCC will integrate select RSN feeds currently offered to DirecTV subscribers into cable-advertising interconnects in nine major US markets: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los…

IPTV equipment posts strong growth in Q2

The Synergy report finds that IPTV equipment sales continue to be driven by upgrades to Carrier networks, especially at the Edge, handling the surge in subscriber and traffic growth. Synergy…

Jupiter nears 3m subs

Combined revenue generating units (RGUs) for cable television, high-speed Internet access and telephony services reached 5.15 million, up 427,300 or nine per cent since July 31, 2007. The bundle ratio…

More for less, as online viewing doubles

The report shows that in 2007 an average of seven hours and nine minutes a day was spent using an array of communications services – up by six minutes from…

More for less, as online viewing doubles

The report shows that in 2007 an average of seven hours and nine minutes a day was spent using an array of communications services – up by six minutes from…

US Olympics fans go online

NBC Olympics tops the survey, ahead of Yahoo Olympics, AOL Olympics; Beijing2008.cn and New York Times Olympics. Rounding out the top 10 are ESPN Olympics, USA Today Olympics, Olympics.org, BBC…

US cable: three-quarters of additional broadband subs

Leichtman also reports that the top cable companies added over 670,000 subscribers, representing 76 per cent of the net broadband additions for the quarter versus the top telephone companies; overall,…

Video server markets to reach $1.5 billion

"Cable, broadcast and telco TV are all highly competitive markets for video servers," noted ABI Research industry analyst Zippy Aima. "Cable and broadcast are the more traditional modes of entertainment…

Consumers to spend billions on Internet Video Services

Findings indicate that greater ownership of connected game consoles, networked TVs, and alternative video-on-demand set-top receivers is generating significant growth in user-paid revenues. “Consumption of premium Internet video content to…

Consumers to spend billions on Internet Video Services

Findings indicate that greater ownership of connected game consoles, networked TVs, and alternative video-on-demand set-top receivers is generating significant growth in user-paid revenues. “Consumption of premium Internet video content to…