AT&T and Pac-12 Conference reached a deal Saturday under which the telco will carry three Pac-12 television networks and will become the exclusive wireless provider for the conference’s athletic…
As Time Warner Cable has refused to budge on CBS's distribution demands, cable rival Verizon Communications has agreed to pay the Eye to keep its stations on the air for three more years. CBS struck…
BSkyB has banked on soccer to draw subscribers almost since its inception, maintaining a stranglehold on Premier League matches by virtue of its willingness to pay ever-increasing sums for rights.
What began about a year ago as an ultra-fast gigabit-speed fiber broadband network isolated in a single market is expanding faster than most expected.
The specter of cord-cutting has finally caught up to American pay TV providers, which have suffered their first net loss of subscribers over a 12-month period, according to an analysis by Leichtman…
Verizon is notifying FiOS TV subs that as of May 1, YouTube will be stripped from the service for existing customers — although telco says it will stream popular Internet vid service directly to new…
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
ESPN has sold its U.K. and Ireland TV channels business to telecom giant British Telecom in a deal understood to be worth in the "low-to-mid tens of millions" of dollars.
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is continuing its partnership with troubled vfx company Rhythm & Hues, despite the studio filing for Chapter 11 protection last week.
Disney is "exploring an exit" from the British TV sports market after ESPN lost several big broadcast deals including live Premier League soccer.