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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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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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FCC, Charter Sued for Racial Discrimination

Things could worsen for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Charter Communications after being sued for $10 billion in federal court by Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios and the National Association of African-American Owned Media (NAAAOM). They are accused of “racial discrimination in contracting for television channel carriage.” In a press statement reacting to the matter, […]

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