Monthly Archives: August 2014

NFL Sunday Ticket to Stay with DIRECTV

According to multiple sources, DIRECTV and the NFL are on the brink of making a deal to renew their agreement regarding the rights to the NFL Sunday Ticket package. The agreement that has been reached is only in regards to the price and length of the deal which means there are several issues that still […]

Free TV for College Students Courtesy of Large Cable Company

Just in time for the school year, Comcast has launched XFINITY On Campus™. This service gives college students at select universities access to stream live, free TV and on-demand video content via laptop and desktop computers that are connected to the university’s Wi-Fi networks. Students living in on-campus facilities in the eastern part of the […]

Looking for 1 Gig Internet Speeds?

Who doesn’t want faster Internet speeds? How does speeds up to 1 Gig sound? If you’re a subscriber to CenturyLink, AT&T U-verse or Cox, you may already have access to Internet speeds that are 100 times faster than the average broadband speed.* These Internet service providers have announced that they are planning to, or already […]

SEC Network Holds Largest Launch in Cable History

August 14 stands to be a big day for the SEC Network as yesterday’s announcement of its deal with Charter has brought the total number of SEC Network carriers to eight* of the top ten TV providers. In addition to Charter, other providers who will be carrying the network include DISH, DIRECTV, AT&T, Cox and […]

“Over the top” TV Service Courtesy of DISH

You’ve probably heard about the plan DISH is developing to roll out an Internet-based TV service or “over the top” TV service, as the Satellite TV company has recently labeled it. But ever since DISH and Walt Disney Co. made an agreement in March of this year, a big question has remained – what TV […]