Tag Archives: Verizon

2014 FIFA World Cup Update

Are you still feeling the sting from Portugal’s last-second, equalizer goal that prevented the U.S. from eliminating them from the next round? If you are, you’re not alone according to Nielsen data that shows a record-breaking 18.2 million viewers tuned into Sunday’s gut wrenching match. Next up, the U.S. faces Germany in a very important […]

Verizon’s Interest in DISH Wireless Spectrum

DISH has purchased $17 billion worth of wireless spectrum since 2011 and is reportedly looking for a partner to build a wireless broadband network. But with the multiple merger deals being discussed, the number of potential partners is diminishing – quickly. Click here to find blogs on potential merging providers and other provider news. Before […]

Net Neutrality – Who is Willing to Pay?

Following Netflix’s lead, Apple is reportedly willing to pay for better content delivery which makes them the next player up to bat against net neutrality. But the technology giant is said to be negotiating with various internet service providers (ISPs) whereas Netflix has only made a deal with Comcast – so far. The reports on […]

Verizon’s Future in the TV Industry

Verizon’s future in the TV industry has been the hot new merger topic after Sunday’s AT&T/DIRECTV announcement, but CEO Lowell McAdam quickly denied the speculations of a next step for Verizon to chase DISH. Speaking at an investor conference, McAdam clarified that there has not been any discussions with DISH on a possible merge. But […]