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Chris Maxcer
Why Netflix's Lousy On-Demand Library Is Beating iTunes and Everyone Else
03/17/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1466 Words

Netflix's share of digital movie units -- downloaded or streamed -- reached 61 percent between January 2011 and February 2011, followed by Comcast at 8 percent and a three-way tie for third at 4 percent among DirecTV , Time Warner Cable and Apple...

Jeff Kagan
How Cable Television Can Stop Losing Customers
11/26/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1482 Words

Customers are now leaving cable television companies and switching to AT&T Uverse and Verizon FiOS, and to satellite companies like DISH Network and DirecTV .

No one wants to see the cable television industry hurt. However, the cable television industryalso has to...

Jeff Kagan
Where to Look for Wireless Innovation
11/04/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1108 Words

We are starting to see AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink/Qwest offering television in competition with cable TV companies like Comcast , Time Warner and Cox, as well as the Dish Network and DirecTV satellite TV providers. This should be good news.

It...

Christopher J. Bucholtz
Little Things Put the 'Relationship' in CRM
10/07/10 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 828 Words

The vast numbers of commercials aired by Comcast , AT&T and DirecTV are the visible artifacts of this obsession with finding new customers.

Instead of any sort of thanks for customer loyalty, there are constant efforts to upsell customers and a gradual...

Jeff Kagan
Why AT&T and Comcast Are Changing Their Brands
08/12/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1353 Words

The phone companies' IPTV services and satellite television companies like DirecTV and DISH are competing with the cable television industry for the big all-or-nothing bundle.

It's a battle for the whole consumer.

The space will change completely over the next several...

Richard Adhikari
Shazam! Jobs Illuminates Shape of iPhones to Come
06/07/10 2:33 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1225 Words

In the past eight weeks that Apple has been selling iAds, it has lined up several major clients, including Nissan, Citibank, AT&T , Chanel, Best Buy and DirecTV , among others.

Clients have committed to taking more than US$60 million in...

Mike Pearson
Cablevision Makes 3-D History With Hockey Game Broadcast
03/25/10 9:17 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 539 Words

So far this year, RealD has announced deals to integrate its technology into Panasonic , Toshiba and Samsung televisions, and it is working with DirecTV on bringing 3-D to that satellite provider's customers.

However, it's not the only technology, and some...

Renay San Miguel
All 3-D TV Net in the Works
01/06/10 10:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 827 Words

Bajarin sees the forthcoming negotiations with carriers as the earliest and perhaps most important challenge to 3-D networks. "Folks like Comcast and DirecTV and Dish are really going to have to support the infrastructure" in terms of the bandwidth needed to distribute...

Paul Hartsock
Comcast's New Broadcast Spectacle
12/04/09 9:55 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2481 Words

For instance, is it going to let Time Warner carry the USA Network, or will people have to switch to Comcast in order to get their nine hours of "Law and Order" per day? Will it let DirecTV broadcast the game if it's...

Erika Morphy
Comcast Suits Up for a Brand New Game
12/03/09 3:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 850 Words

"The concern is that Comcast could enter into a contract that would prevent its competitors -- such as DirecTV , or Cox in certain parts of country -- from also having that program," Weinberger told the E-Commerce Times.

The scrutiny will...

Walaika Haskins
Innovation in a World of E-Commerce Woe
04/08/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1748 Words

Professional football will likely be one of the last sports to come online, given the exclusive contract the National Football League signed with DirecTV for its NFL Sunday Ticket offering. Once that contract expires, the organization may head online.

In terms of...

Renay San Miguel
Battle for News Eyeballs: AOL Scrapes the Bottom of the Barrel
04/03/09 8:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1217 Words

One link within Marketplace that teases information on heart attacks and a picture of Hugh Downs is an online text version of a Downs infomercial on "The World's Greatest Treasury of Health Secrets." The other links on April Fools' night were for ads for DirecTV ...

Jeff Meisner
Liberty Loan Lets Sirius XM Take Another Deep Breath
02/17/09 2:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 676 Words

The owner of satellite television service DirecTV has loaned Sirius US$530 million, which it will use to pay off $171.6 million in debt that came due Tuesday. The remainder of the funds will go toward general corporate purposes.

The loan bears a...

ECT News Staff
Read All About It -- 3 Ways to Spare a Tree
02/14/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1943 Words

Not to be outdone by its lesser rival, DirecTV owner Liberty Media is reportedly interested in getting in on the action as well. This could get interesting.

Get Your Gossip
For people who can't get enough titillating information about...

ECT News Staff
Planetary Goo and the Threat of Vegetarianism
10/31/08 10:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1797 Words

For example, DirecTV wants to sell you Internet service, but getting the Web via a satellite dish is usually pretty horrible, so they have to create a sort of telecom Frankenstein monster and partner with AT&T -- which is just getting started with...

Randy Lipsitz, Richard Moss and Aaron Frankel
Post-eBay: Trademark Injunctions No Longer a Sure Thing
10/02/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 919 Words

Time Warner Cable Inc. v. DIRECTV, Inc., 497 F.3d 144 (2nd Cir. 2007). Most recently, Magistrate Judge Katz cited the four-factor test of eBay in granting a permanent injunction for trademark infringement, but then applied a presumption of irreparable harm. JA Apparel...

Chris Maxcer
Mac Bloggers Size Up New Rivals, Break Down iPhone, Watch MobileMe Fall Flat
07/18/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1430 Words

Others questioned Sony's pricing. "$5.99 for an HD rental doesn't sound so good, particularly since the Apple TV and DirecTV both had HD rentals for $4.99," noted Jose.

So what's all this mean for Apple TV and the iTunes rental store...

Keith Regan
JetBlue Buys Verizon's Airfone for In-Flight Messaging Push
06/09/08 3:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 871 Words

Turning On, Not Dropping Out
LiveTV's main business currently is in reselling video services to airlines and providing the DirecTV video and XM Satellite Radio services JetBlue features on all of its aircraft. JetBlue has made it clear it wants...

Keith Regan
Verizon Sues Time Warner for Bad-Mouthing FiOS TV
04/10/08 1:30 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 767 Words

In those areas, Verizon has been selling a package of services that includes DirecTV dish service for television and selling FiOS as a high-speed Internet service.

The lawsuit is evidence that the long-awaited clash between telecommunications giants and cable companies has come...

Katherine Noyes
WiFi Service Ready for Takeoff on JetBlue
12/07/07 11:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 643 Words

RIM and Yahoo
The free service will complement JetBlue's current DirecTV and XM Satellite Radio offerings already onboard.

Through partnerships with both Research In Motion (RIM) and Yahoo , it will enable users of WiFi-enabled BlackBerry devices to access...

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