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CableTV.com Hosts A Super Bowl Party For The Road Home’s Supportive Housing Community

by | Feb 8, 2019 | Industry News | 0 

Whether you watch for the commercials, the camaraderie, or because you actually want to see the game, it’s likely you’re among the millions of Americans who tune in to watch the Super Bowl each year. As a team of professional TV junkies, we’re usually posted up on our sofas to watch the game right along [...]

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Behind the FCC’s Campaign to “UnlocktheBox”

by | Oct 6, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

A look at the future of cable TV Spoiler alert: Set-top boxes are a thing of the past If you have cable TV, chances are you have a set-top box. These little pieces of hardware have been around for decades and are considered as essential to TV service as your remote is to your television. […]

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Why Cable TV May Still Be The Best Choice for Millennials

by | Jun 2, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

“The reports of TV’s death have been greatly exaggerated.” Lisa Herdman, SVP, Director of National Broadcast and Branded Entertainment at RPA  For the better part of a decade, the way millennials consume content has been changing the cable industry.  Millennials, aged 18-29, have led the charge in cutting the cord and disrupting traditional TV viewing […]

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What #UnlockTheBox really means for the cable industry

by | Apr 18, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

Unlock the Box: Consumers vs. Cable Industry By the end of the year, our nation’s leaders could be voting on a groundbreaking resolution that will forever change the way Americans view pay-TV media. A recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposal to “unlock the box” is pushing to allow cable TV subscribers to ditch company-owned set-top […]

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The Possible End of Cord Cutting As We Know It

by | Apr 14, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

TV Producers Contemplate Move to Fight Cord-Cutting Trend Cord cutting was one of the  of 2015, but new information may make you think twice before trading in your cable subscription for a collection of streaming-only subscriptions. TV producers are getting wise to the mass cable exodus of recent years, and they’re not going to simply […]

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Cord-Cutters Face Internet Throttling

by | Apr 5, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

 Fear the Throttle: Internet Throttling in the Age of Cord-Cutting On paper, cutting the cord sounds like a great idea: no more cable bills means you could save. But with the increasing popularity of data-heavy video streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, more and more Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are , placing caps on […]

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The FCC Aims to Change the Way You Watch and Pay for Television

by | Mar 23, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

There’s a battle raging over your TV — and it’s just getting started. All the average consumer usually knows about their television subscription is that once they pay the bill and figure out the remote, they’re all set to kick back and enjoy their favorite shows, sports, and movies. But a recent proposal to open […]

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Will Streaming Services Replace Cable?

by | Feb 16, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

Streaming TV options have been gaining momentum for several years now. Thanks to these services, users can now watch their favorite shows on nearly any device and from almost any location. But the streaming revolution leaves a lot of people wondering if this also marks the end of cable TV. The short answer is no. […]

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Are You Ready for Some Streaming Football?

by | Nov 13, 2015 | Industry News | 0 

October 25, 2015, marked the first time an NFL game aired online but not on broadcast TV. When the Jaguars and Bills played in London’s Wembley Stadium, Yahoo was the only place for American fans to watch it. Was this just an experiment, or should we expect more of this in the future? There’s no […]

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Former “Top Gear” Hosts Signs with Amazon

by | Sep 1, 2015 | Industry News | 0 

  The former hosts of “Top Gear” are leaving pay TV for Amazon. Is this the biggest TV news in the world? Once James May and Richard Hammond declined to return to the BBC following the firing of their “Top Gear” colleague Jeremy Clarkson, the trio became one of the biggest potential gets in all […]

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