Category Archives for Streaming

AT&T Turns to Mobile Advertising

Analysts at Wells Fargo Securities have confirmed that AT&T is in the process of building a mobile advertising business alongside the cross-platform video services it is working on through its acquisition of DirecTV. FierceWireless further revealed that AT&T might be considering starting a mobile-only video service. Since acquiring the assets of DirecTV, AT&T has been […]

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Verizon Introduces FreeBee Data Service

Verizon Wireless has introduced FreeBee Data, the new sponsored data service that will allow consumers to gain greater flexibility when streaming or downloading content on their mobile Internet devices. FreeBee Data will help businesses to drive better engagement with mobile content on America’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network. A press statement from the […]

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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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Hulu Seeks to Sell Stake to Time Warner Cable

Hulu, a top streaming service in America has initiated talks that will culminate in the company selling part of its stake to Time Warner Cable (TWC). It is owned as a joint venture by three companies namely Walt Disney, Comcast and 21st Century Fox with each enjoying one-third stake. The Wall Street Journal reported that […]

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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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