JP Colaco, one of Hulu’s first employees and the exec in charge of advertising sales and operations, will depart the company next month. Colaco will leave the Internet TV joint venture later in…
Intel's launch of an over-the-top TV service that would compete with cable and satellite giants will be delayed until 2014, as the chipmaker scrambles to find partners to help it come to market…
Intel Media is eliminating the camera and facial-recognition features from the set-top box for its forthcoming Internet TV service — concluding that any gee-whiz upside from the tech outweighed the…
Intel is building out a large call-center operation internally dubbed "Audience Care" for the launch of an Internet television service targeted for later this year — a first for the chip giant, which…
Intel has committed at least $2 billion to TV programming licensing deals for its forthcoming broadband TV service, according to sources familiar with the chipmaker's initiative, but so far it has…
Step aside, Apple: This Silicon Valley chip-maker is ready to invade the cable biz this year. But is the plan inspired or insane?
Intel finally confirmed the company's worst-kept secret: plans to launch a virtual MSO service in the U.S. by year-end.
Hollywood and Silicon Valley may be worlds apart, but Intel Corp. is relying on a TV-biz veteran to bridge the gap.
The 43rd annual Mip confab on the French Riviera opens today on a high note. TV program sales are booming around the world, reality formats are subdividing virally and new platforms and gizmos are…
Saturday, Oct. 6 3-5 p.m. Mipcom Junior case studies “Three TV Shows, Three Success Stories: How Did They Do It?”; moderator: Pat Ferns, president-CEO, Banff Television Festival. Case study 1…