New Cox Contour 2 Review

I will review the new Cox Contour system with XR-11 voice remotes. The system is referred to by various names such as Contour 2, Contour 6, Contour TV, the New Contour, etc. depending on where you look. What distinguishes the new Contour system from the first-generation Contour is the voice activated remotes and the sleek […]
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DISH, Viacom Sign Multi-year Deal Renewal

In a groundbreaking move, DISH Network and Viacom Inc. have agreed terms for a multi-year contract renewal. It will provide DISH customers with uninterrupted access to Viacom networks and sets the stage for select Viacom live and Video-on-Demand content to join the Sling TV single- and multi-stream services. Details of the agreement were not disclosed. […]
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Comcast NBCUniversal Acquires DreamWorks Animation

NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast Corporation has finalized the acquisition procedures for DreamWorks Animation. DreamWorks Animation creates animated feature films, television series and specials, live entertainment and related consumer products. The studio will become part of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, which includes Universal Pictures, Fandango, and NBCUniversal Brand Development. Steve Burke, the CEO of […]
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Midco Sports Network to Air Bison Basketball Games

It is yet another milestone for Midcontinent Communications after North Dakota State University and Midco Sports Network signed a three-year contract on March 29. That will see Midcontinent air Bison men’s and women’s basketball games on MidcoSN channels. In America, basketball is a big sport but TV coverage is concentrated more on the much popular […]
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Frontier Communications Launches Vantage Brand

Frontier Communications has launched its Vantage brand which is a premium all-digital platform that includes TV HD offerings, ultra-fast broadband and enhanced VoIP. With the new product, it takes the company’s innovation to a whole new level and will be offered as Vantage TV, Vantage Internet and Vantage Voice. The launch comes hot on the […]
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AT&T to Venture into Streaming Industry

AT&T has hatched ambitious plans to venture into the streaming industry where they plan to offer meaningful competition to Netflix and Hulu. The two companies have enjoyed a streaming monopoly for a long while but AT&T feels it’s time that came to a halt. The new service from the company is rumored to be an […]
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Bright House TV App to Enhance Viewers Experience

Bright House TV App (BHTV) is set to transform viewers experience as the telecommunications company gets innovative to fight off market competition. It will never be the same again sitting down to watch the latest episodes of your favorite television shows on Bright House. A press statement from the company dated April 5 said over […]
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AT&T Takes Exceptional Entertainment to Hyatt Hotels

Visitors to Hyatt hotels will soon have an experience of their lifetime courtesy of telecommunications company AT&T. AT&T is currently working out a possible deal with owners and operators of Hyatt hotels that will see them offer guests what they term as “exceptional entertainment”.  If the deal sails through, they will be able to provide […]
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No YES Network for Comcast Yet

Comcast Cable customers will have to wait for longer before enjoying Yankees games after the service provider said “no” to the YES Network. The network was dropped in November last year and Comcast has not said anything on its possible return. Insiders at Comcast have secretly revealed that the top management is uncomfortable with Fox […]
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Comcast under Fire over NBC Merger Violation

Consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge has come out to bash Comcast Cable for what they term as bad behavior in their merger with NBC-Universal. In a petition dated March 2 and addressed to the Federal Communications Commission to enforce merger conditions and its policies, Public Knowledge says Comcast‘s decision to exempt its online video service […]
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