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Charter Buys TWC For $56.7B, Plans to Also Buy Bright House

May 27, 2015 No Comments

Just weeks after the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger fell through, another major announcement has happened that has shaken the digital service providers world. Charter Communications has officially announced a deal to buy Time Warner Communications for $56.7 billion in cash and stock. When the Comcast-TWC deal died, so did Charter’s deal within that deal to […]

Netflix Won’t Add Live Sports To Its Roster

May 26, 2015 No Comments

Netflix has no plans to join the live sports broadcasting world, which is welcome news to major networks and Cable TV channels alike. While the streaming giant continues to take some of the market share away from its non-streaming competitors with movies and original TV shows, moving into live sports is not something that make […]

Googles Self Driving Car to Hit the Road this Summer

Mountain View California is the home of Google and this is also the place that Google has decided is the perfect testing ground for the newest self-driving cars. If you happen to be driving through the area keep your eyes open for a very distinctive…

After 4 Years, Netflix Redesign Welcomed By All

May 25, 2015 No Comments

For the first time since 2011, streaming entertainment viewers finally got a look at the new Netflix redesign. Over the next few weeks, Netflix is rolling out their new redesign online that will allow users to scroll through movies and TV shows easier, and the online interface now matches the interface background of the Netflix […]

Rumors Circulating That Cablevision Might Be Acquired

May 21, 2015 No Comments

Cablevision’s shares spiked up to 18 percent Wednesday, partially due to the news that Altive SA is buying Suddenlink Communications, which has some guessing Cablevision is the next MSO to be purchased. Cablevision controls 3.1 million customers, including 2.7 million Pay TV subscribers, mostly in the suburban areas around New York City. If another firm […]

Altice SA Close to Buying Suddenlink, Talking with TWC

May 20, 2015 No Comments

Reuters reports that French telecommunications group Altice SA has already had talks with Time Warner Cable, now that the Comcast merger is dead, and they are close to buying provider Suddenlink. The company is working to move into the U.S. Cable TV market, and a deal with Time Warner Cable could approach $40 billion. The […]

Apple Watch To Have Apple TV Connectivity

May 19, 2015 No Comments

Apple plans to make the new Apple Watch a primary input device for the coming iterations of their Apple TV, according to Apple is also expected to add a better remote control for Apple TV, which will also have Siri integration and third-party app support, called “TVKit.” The new Apple TV is expected to […]

Roku Launches Twitch App For Gamers

May 18, 2015 No Comments

Twitch, a video game streaming service, has been added to Roku’s ever-growing list of devices and televisions, Roku announced on their blog. Twitch is a live video network that allows owners to watch the most popular broadcasts by title. Viewers are now able to search for Twitch under “Web Video” in the Roku Channel Store […]

Verizon to Buy AOL For $4.4 Billion

May 12, 2015 No Comments

Verizon Communications announced it will purchase online media giant AOL for $50 per share this week, which comes out to about $4.4 billion. Verizon hopes this will help their online advertising and video market by gaining access to AOL’s technology and video content, according to For a while now, Verizon has been talking about […]