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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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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Nexstar Stations Back to Cox Cable Lineup

Cox Cable has reached an agreement with Nexstar for re-transmission consent of their channels. This means that all Nexstar stations that had been pulled out of the Cox stable will now be back in the lineup. Even though they did not disclose the finer details of the agreement, it is understood that the agreement will […]
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Comcast Being Probed by Justice Department

It has emerged that Comcast Corp. is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department over its business practices in the $5 billion cable advertising-sales market violate federal antitrust law. The Wall Street Journal reported that the probe touches on whether Comcast Cable ad sales practices, as well as its deals to represent rival pay-TV providers’ ad sales, are […]
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Charter Communications Venturing into Video Streaming

Slowly but sure, Charter Communications is getting into the business of video streaming as they hope to increase their dominance in the American market with new ventures. Already in St. Louis, there is Charter Spectrum TV Stream service available for those people who don’t have cable TV. The service is available online which is convenient […]
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AT&T to Transition U.S. Satellite TV Operations

Credible reports have it that AT&T will begin transiting its newly acquired U.S. satellite TV operations away from the DirecTV brand to the newly minted “AT&T Entertainment” starting January 2016. A memo from the company to its customers and seen by FierceCable confirmed the impending move. “Beginning in January, you’ll see us add the AT&T […]
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Comcast Cable Considering Participation in 600 MHz Auction

Comcast Cable is one of the top Telco companies in America considering taking part in the incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum coming up in 2016. Charter Communications has also confirmed its willingness to take part but Time Warner Cable has said no to such plans. Top executives at Comcast and Charter have […]
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Time Warner Cable Sports Boss to Step Down

In an unprecedented move that could shake the whole market, Time Warner Cable has formally announced that its Sports President David Rone will be leaving the company after a turbulent period. Inside sources at the company have said that Rone was frustrated after failing to win more customers for their cable channel SportsNet LA. Even […]
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Comcast Cable Increases Cost for Heavy Data Usage

Comcast Cable plans to expand consumer trials to a total of 15 states that charge Xfinity Internet subscribers extra fees. The extra fees have been imposed in cases where customers stream online video for many hours or run through vast amounts of data. The new move by Comcast will definitely open up debate on whether […]
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