Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Other Side of Net Neutrality

There’s always two sides to a story – right? Well on the topic of net neutrality, that is exactly what Time Warner Cable is claiming. Up until recently, the focus has been primarily on Internet service providers (ISPs) for accepting deals with companies like Netflix where, in exchange for payment, Netflix’s website would receive greater […]

A Simpsons World is Becoming Reality

FXX sure knows how to please their target audience. This August, the network is launching an entire “world” dedicated to The Simpsons – what else could a young adult ask for? All 552 episodes will be accessible on the digital platform as well as a TV marathon, which will take place August 21 to September […]

DISH Network Multi-Sport Pack Offer

Just in time for football season, DISH Network is offering to include the Multi-Sport Package to new DISH Network customers who order America’s Top 120 and above, Latino Dos or Latino Max. The Multi-Sport Package includes all the football coverage you need – NFL RedZone from NFL Network, Big Ten Network, over 25 local sports […]

Looking For New Shows to Watch?

Whether you are looking for new shows to watch this fall or are just curious which shows to watch, DIRECTV, Hulu and Amazon all have potential contenders. Here are some highlights each network shared with TV critics on Digital Day during the Television Critics Association press tour. If you’re looking for action, DIRECTV’s Kingdom will […]

New Interest in Acquiring Time Warner Cable?

Rumors are flying regarding allegations that Rupert Murdoch is attending this year’s Sun Valley conference with intentions to make a deal with Time Warner Cable. Both Time Warner and Fox spokespeople have yet to comment, but the speculation continues as a deal of this magnitude would make the list of Murdoch’s companies even more extensive […]

Merger Decision-Makers Appointed by FCC

Meet two of the people the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has appointed to oversee the proposed AT&T / DIRECTV and the Comcast / Time Warner Cable merger deals: Jamillia Ferris, former member of the Justice Department’s antitrust division during the first Obama administration William Rogerson, economics chair at Northwestern University and served as the chief […]