Articles tagged "cable"

  1. Bad Timing Could Cost AT&T Millions of Dollars

    John Dilley

    By acting too early, AT&T may have driven up the price on one of DIRECTV’s featured assets, NFL SUNDAY TICKET. On May 18, AT&T announced it was purchasing DIRECTV for…

  2. Cable or Apple TV? Head-to-head Competition for Home Entertainment

    John Dilley

    If people are looking to have a TV service other than cable, one alternative is the Apple TV®, which Apple introduced back in 2007. Though Apple has not yet begun…

  3. No, Netflix and Hulu are Not Killing Cable

    Carson Ward

    Perhaps we could excuse a little journalistic sensationalism, but to claim “Netflix and Hulu Are Starting to Kill Cable” is either naïve or dishonest. We’ve heard that claim a lot…

  4. Reports of Cable’s Death from Netflix are Wildly Exaggerated

    Ryann Rasmussen


    Over the course of the past decade, streaming video has taken the place of downloading and file sharing as the chief perceived online threat to established media concerns. As the…

  5. Cheap Cable TV

    Jess Hutton

    Cable TV is no longer a luxury as much as it is a necessity. Who doesn’t want to keep up with the Kardashians, or watch zombies roaming the Georgia hillsides…

  6. Cable and Internet Packages

    Jess Hutton

    Cable and Internet usually go hand in hand – especially if you love TV. Having cable is nice because you can keep up to speed with TV shows as they…

  7. Looking at Alternatives to Cable

    Jess Hutton

    Television is the midst of a renaissance and it’s better than ever. TV has become the go-to place for filmmakers and writers to tell the stories they want to tell…

  8. What’s Behind the Cable TV Curtain and our Future?


    What has happened over the past decade to the entertainment industry is little more than a peek of what’s to come in the next few years. Is it true that…

  9. TV Deathmatch: Cable or Internet?

    Jess Hutton

    More than a year ago Matthew Lasar wrote a great article looking into which technology – at the time – was likely to fail faster: cable TV or internet video….