'Cable 3.0' Is Aiming To Co-Opt 'Web 2.0'
- Cable operators put their wires to work. Rosenthal, Edmond M. // Advertising Age;11/20/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 47, pS-10
The article discusses the trend towards cable television operators offering Internet access to customers in 1995. The service they offer boasts CD-ROM quality graphics and data downloading 50 to 100 times faster than a 14.4 modem. Some analysts believe that the Internet will supplant cable...
- Competition:. // CableFAX Daily;5/1/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 84, p3
Presents news briefs related to the cable television industry in the U.S. Pricing for Internet service provided by RCN; Increase in the number of users of Skype's services.
- Cable flying under net neutrality radar. Vittore, Vince // Telephony;3/6/2006, Vol. 247 Issue 4, p10
The article reports that cable television operators in the U.S. are quietly shifting towards less than neutral data offerings. At the CableLabs Winter Conference, several vendors introduced products that will provide cable operators the ability to reserve bandwidth for applications ranging from...
- PPV:. // CableFAX Daily;6/12/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 113, p2
Reports on the pay per view events to be offered by ESPN and ESPN.com on television and online. Costs of the pay per view offerings.
- CABLE'S CONNECTION. Goetzl, David // Advertising Age;4/8/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 14, p15
The article reports on the impact of broadband Internet connection on cable television broadcasting. One of the opportunities presented by broadband to cable Web sites is the ability to do some sort of pay-per-view/video-on-demand services without programming. However, broadband has yet to...
- THE SLIPPERY SLOPE OF CORD-CUTTING. Wang, Spencer // Hollywood Reporter;12/1/2010, Vol. 416 Issue 55, p24
In this article, the author discusses how entertainment companies are lose on their stocks which are dependent on cable networks. It states that one of the reasons is a declining value proposition for consumers as there is gap between cost of pay TV and actual usage by consumers. It mentions...
- Just like homemade. Reveron, Derek // Latin Trade (English);Feb99, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p66
Reports on the efforts of Miami, Florida-based pay television networks serving the Latin American market to transmit original programming. Factors for the congregation of Latin American cable companies to Miami; Programming improvements by GEMS, CTG, Discovery Networks Latin America/Iberia and...
- Cable Ã la carte: Pay per channel. // Consumer Reports;Jun2004, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p61
Asserts that television cable companies are price-gouging and underserving consumers in the U.S. Annual increases of cable television service payments experienced by cable consumers; Suggested solution to the problem; Views of the Consumers Union.
- Dutch lead European cable penetration. // Advertising Age;4/27/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 17, pI-36
The article presents a graph highlighting the percentage of European television households that are subscribing to cable. The graph shows that Netherlands is the number one country in terms of the number of households with cable television subscription.