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Jeff Kagan
Netflix Climbs the Growth Wave as Cable TV Slides
06/22/17 9:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 552 Words

Services like AT&T's DirecTV Now and mobile TV or wireless TV represent a transformative technology that customers love. People now can watch television on a smartphone or tablet anywhere in the U.S. using AT&T Mobility's wireless network . Pay-TV's Growth Wave Pay-TV technologies...

Jeff Kagan
Comcast Rolls the Dice With Xfinity Instant TV
05/24/17 2:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 583 Words

However, in recent years, new technologies -- like IPTV and wireless TV from new competitors like AT&T and DirecTV Now -- have been eating away at Comcast's growth. That's why Comcast not only has introduced Xfinity Mobile, which is its new wireless service,...

Jeff Kagan
Pay TV's Newest Innovation: Giving Users Control
11/21/16 11:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 559 Words

They talked about wireless TV or mobile TV, about DirecTV and U-verse. They talked about updating DirecTV and data-free TV, which lets users view video without it counting against their data package. They talked about creating three bundles of services using DirecTV --...

Jeff Kagan
Can Charter Turn a Frog Into a Prince?
11/04/16 1:53 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 667 Words

It started with satellite television companies like DirecTV and Dish Network. Then IPTV players like AT&T Uverse, Verizon FiOS and CenturyLink Prism entered the picture and started winning market share. All of their growth came from the cable television companies.

Now AT&T...

David Jones
AT&T, Time Warner Brace for Regulatory Firestorm
10/24/16 12:57 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 673 Words

It would work to build on existing and planned mobile video services, such as Time Warner's HBO Now and AT&T's OTT service, DirecTV Now, coming in November.

The new service will offer more than 100 streaming channels of content to consumers,...

Jeff Kagan
The Wireless Industry Is Changing Again
11/13/15 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1118 Words

In fact, since AT&T acquired DirecTV , it now offers television over the AT&T Mobility wireless network. Now users can watch television anytime, anyplace, on any device -- like a smartphone or tablet. This lets AT&T compete nationally against the cable television...

Richard Adhikari
And the Dish Ran Away With T-Mobile?
06/04/15 1:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 668 Words

Whys and Wherefores
The possible merger is a partial response to AT&T's deal with DirecTV , which "creates a stronger fourth player in mobile while accelerating the evolution to converged transport network-independent content networking," Rudd contended.

If the merger...

Rachelle Dragani
Wireless Gains Offset Weak Broadband Sales for Verizon's Q2
07/20/12 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 578 Words

Since Viacom and DirecTV are in a dispute and DirecTV customers can't currently access Viacom networks, DirecTV customers may be looking for alternative options, and FiOS should try to capitalize on this situation and secure some of those customers."

The company didn't...

Jeff Kagan
Shared Wireless Data Plans: AT&T vs. Verizon
07/19/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1053 Words

My Pick of the Week is the battle Time Warner Cable, DishTV and DirecTV are finally waging to reduce our prices. AT&T Offers Choice AT&T's plan is called "Mobile Share Plan." Verizon Wireless calls its plan the "Share Everything Plan."

AT&T offers...

Richard Adhikari
3-D Mania Today, Format Skirmishes Tomorrow?
01/07/10 12:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 762 Words

Meanwhile, the struggle for dominance in the 3-D TV arena is moving into the broadcasting world, with DirecTV announcing plans for a 3-D channel.

3-D Announcements at CES

Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, JVC Kenwood and Samsung announced agreements with RealD and...

Jeff Meisner
Dish Network, EchoStar Slide on Mixed Q4 Reports
03/02/09 1:56 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 557 Words

Dish faced increased competition from rival satellite TV company DirecTV and cable companies in 2008. Also, telephone companies such as Verizon Communications and AT&T have entered the market with television offerings, providing even more competition, Clement told the E-Commerce Times.


Paul A. Greenberg and Chet Dembeck
AOL in Digital Download Deal
06/28/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 698 Words

AOL and Time Warner also addressed concerns raised by federal regulators regarding AOL's stake in Hughes Electronics Corp., which owns DirecTV. The FCC is worried that AOL Time Warner might exert undue control over DirecTV's television programming.

However, in its...

Peter Suciu
Apple TV+ Is Much More Than a 'Netflix Killer'
03/29/19 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1796 Words

"There was some programming that was unique to particular platforms -- DirecTV's NFL package, for example -- but for the most part programming lineups were identical," noted Blum. "What distinguished them was bundling. Dish, for example, focused on low-cost packages and...

Jeff Kagan
Charter Spectrum May Want to Rethink Its Digital Pay-TV Service
05/14/18 11:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1326 Words

For example, AT&T acquired DirecTV . Since that time, it has created DirecTV NOW and mobile TV, or wireless TV. These options let users get all sorts of digital programming at home, at the office, or anywhere in the U.S. using their...

Brett Sappington
Evolution of the 4th Utility: Fixed Broadband
10/17/17 1:25 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1273 Words

AT&T acquired DirecTV and launched an online pay-TV service (DirecTV Now) that it bundles with broadband, satellite TV and mobile .

Charter acquired TWC and Bright House to become Spectrum, which serves roughly 30 percent of the U.S. residential fixed broadband market...

David Jones
Netflix Offers Offline Option at Long Last
12/02/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 589 Words

Direct Response
While it may be no more than a coincidence, Netflix is opening up the service to offline viewing just days after the launch of DirecTV Now -- a groundbreaking new streaming service from AT&T, observed Erik Brannon, principal...

Jeff Kagan
Who's Riding the New TV Wave?
10/07/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 539 Words

Satellite TV is another area facing rapid transformation. DirecTV and DISH once were the top two satellite TV providers. AT&T acquired DirecTV and started to transform the idea of television. Now it offers wireless TV as well as traditional satellite and IPTV.

Jeff Kagan
A Glimpse Into the 5G Wireless World
02/18/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 757 Words

Mobile Television
Consider AT&T's mobile TV service, which is available with DirecTV and U-verse subscriptions. It lets users use smartphones and tablets to watch television wirelessly over the AT&T Mobility wireless network , anywhere in the United States. This is...

Quinten Plummer
AT&T Baits Pay-TV Hooks With Unlimited Mobile Data
01/12/16 12:34 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 526 Words

New or existing DirecTV and U-Verse TV subscribers can get unlimited talk, text and data for US$100 per month. AT&T will charge $40 for two additional phones, and a fourth phone will be free.

Subscribers can add smartwatches and certain connected devices...

Richard Adhikari
AT&T May Leave Anti-Net Neutrality Ranks
06/03/15 12:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 723 Words

... has just revealed what it would take for it to change its stance on Net neutrality: regulators' approval of its purchase of DirecTV . The company has offered to accept the rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission early this year, according...

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