Comcast chairman and CEO Brian Roberts and Time Warner Inc. chairman and CEO Jeffrey Bewkes are among 14 named today to the 50th anniversary class of Cable TV Pioneers. They will be inducted at a banquet in Boston ahead of the INTX convention in May. The new class also includes Multichannel News technology columnist Leslie Ellis and three of Roberts's fellow Comcast executives. Here is the 2016 class in alphabetical order:
Wow, we sure love murder! There must be 50 channels featuring world-weary detectives trying to crack cold case crimes of unspeakable depravity. Apparently TV viewers have an insatiable appetite for strangled hookers, bludgeoned waitresses and t
SEATTLE: American TV viewers are increasingly turning to the internet as their preferred gateway for content and channels in a trend that has implications for traditional cable providers, a new industry report has revealed.
America's embrace of entertainment values over political logic came to a head on Thursday night, when President Trump launched a cruise-missile strike that amounted to a show for applauding cable TV pundits.
The main reason for a steep drop in cable-TV ratings, says an industry trade group, is that viewers are spending more time watching subscription streaming-video services like those from Netflix, Hulu and Amazon
Customer Behavior - Some 82% of consumers want to receive only the television channels of their choice rather than having to subscribe to set cable/satellite channel bundles, according to a recent report from ...
Since the birth of cable TV, channels have been sold as a bundle. Until recently, it would have been a logistical nightmare for distributors to sell channels individually. The reasons for cable-TV bundles are rapidly falling by the wayside, though.