Category Archives: Provider News

Sling TV From DISH Network

The highly anticipated over-the-top video service from DISH Network was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Monday. The 12-channel streaming service will be available for just $20 a month, and will include ABC Family, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, CNN, Disney Channel, ESPN, Food Network, HGTV, TBS, TNT, and the Travel Channel. You […]

Netflix Now Available to DISH Customers

DISH and Netflix have partnered up to bring DISH customers Netflix content via the Hopper™. Effective today, DISH customers will be able to stream Netflix content through the whole-home HD DVR, better known as the Hopper, for the regular fee of $7.99 – $8.99 a month.  The streaming service provides TV shows and movies to […]

The Latest and Greatest from DIRECTV and Sony

The latest innovations in the TV industry comes in the form of movies in 4K from DIRECTV and Internet TV streaming service from Sony. Sony announced that it is launching a cloud-based TV service called Playstation Vue which will give subscribers access to about 75 channels and on demand titles. The cloud feature allows subscribers […]

Time Warner Cable Phone 2 Go App

Time Warner Cable’s Phone 2 Go app launched this week giving customers the ability to forward all of their incoming Home Phone calls, including video calls and text messages, to their smartphone. Time Warner Cable subscribers can download the Phone 2 Go app from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The app also gives […]

Want More Sports? Sign Up for Verizon FiOS.

The 2014-2015 NFL and NBA seasons are in full swing so if you’ve been missing out on all the action, you may want to consider signing up for Verizon FiOS. If the price for sports packages is what has been holding you back, Verizon FiOS has your back. Beginning Monday, October 27, you can get […]

FOX AutoHop Challenge Deferred

A federal judge has ruled in favor of DISH in a dispute FOX filed against the AutoHop feature that removes commercials from recorded primetime shows. U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee indicated a tentative decision that DISH isn’t violating copyright law with this feature as it would be considered fair use under the U.S. Supreme Court’s […]

Say Good-bye to Compromising Internet Service When Moving

When you’re moving, the last thing you want to worry about is losing access to your high-speed Internet. Your “to do” list is already multiple pages long and not to mention, having Internet service set up at your new house would simplify the moving process. HughesNet gets it, and they’ve got you covered. The HughesNet […]

Time Warner Cable Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month On Demand

Hispanic Heritage month is kicking off and Time Warner Cable is celebrating with a special On Demand category that includes 15 acclaimed Latino films. The Hispanic Heritage Month On Demand movie collection features a variety of actors and directors including Javier Bardem (The Sea Inside) and Edward James Olmos (American Me). Time Warner Cable customers […]

Comcast’s “First Step” in Global Wi-Fi

Comcast and Liberty Global reached an agreement today that allows users to access both companies’ Wi-Fi networks. This first-of-its-kind agreement is the first international Wi-Fi access partnership that Tom Nagel, Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Comcast, says is, “…our first step in bringing global Wi-Fi connectivity to our customers.” Liberty Global is better […]

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 […]