For years, lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle have been pushing for more funding to close the broadband gap in rural America.
Now, it appears that help is on the way. More
Domestic cable operators have been forced to comply with the United States Cable Television Consumer Protection Act since 1992 — a rule that mandates cable operators and multichannel video programming distributors (MVPD) obtain consent from broadcasters when airing their content. More
The game has changed entirely for cable operators over the last few years, due to the onset of over-the-top (OTT) streaming content services that are now soaring in popularity.
It’s important to look beyond the threat of cord cutting that OTT services pose, and consider some of the interesting ways that providers are pushing the industry forward. More
For the past few years, the debate has been raging about whether the cable industry will be able to survive the large number of cord cutters who are severing their cable connections in favor of over-the-top (OTT) video services. More
You can’t mention the words “crumbling infrastructure” today without bringing up the need for greater rural broadband access. The fact is that there are many areas of the U.S. where connectivity is still lagging far behind.
So over the last few years, U.S. lawmakers and governing agencies have been actively looking for ways to spread connectivity deeper into some of the most under-served areas of the country. The belief is that by doing so, it will spur business and create a level playing field for digital innovation. More
Have you and your colleagues been considering raising broadband prices at some point in the future? If so, you’re not alone.
Just recently, Fierce Cable ran a story arguing that broadband prices could be in for a sharp spike over the next several years. In fact, according to industry analyst Jonathan Chaplin, prices could eventually double. More