DISH Network Corporation (DISH) unveiled a mobile app, DISH Music, which will synchronize music on television and speakers throughout the house using one central control.
On Jun 23, 2017, we issued an updated research report on Telecom service provider, Cincinnati Bell Inc. (CBB).
Cord-cutters — who needs them? Annual television subscriptions at Dish Network have fallen three years in a row, but founder Charles Ergen isn’t losing sleep over it. In fact, he’s the richest he’s been in years.
CenturyLink (CTL) might reportedly be charged with a fine-cum-damage recovery cost of $12 billion class-action lawsuit from the entire group of customers affected by the alleged sales incentive scheme of CenturyLink.
Per a recent Bloomberg report, CenturyLink's (CTL) former employee Heidi Heiser filed a lawsuit in the Arizona State Superior Court claiming she was fired her on unethical grounds.
Though most of the major telecom stocks lost value over the last week, the sector witnessed a number of important events.
DISH Network's (DISH) efforts to diversify its business model from being a pure-play satellite-TV operator to an Internet TV operator looks impressive. Despite such efforts, the company losses subscribers.
Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM) has appealed to the Federal Communications Commission for Special Temporary Authority (STA) to conduct limited antenna pattern testing of satellite antennas designed for use in the 12.2-12.7 GHz frequency range.
Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) has reportedly lost against TiVo Corporation (TIVO) over a patent licensing dispute. The suit was filed by Rovi Corp. against the cable MSO to the International Trade Commission (ITC) in Apr 2016.
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) is likely to start an online TV streaming service later this year.
The telecom industry continued its strong run on the bourse last week as most of the key stocks traded in the green.
CenturyLink (CTL) is a leading regional wireline service provider in the U.S. Recently, the company moved closer in completing its proposed merger with Level 3 Communications (LVLT) after receiving approvals from more than 15 states and territories.
DISH Network (DISH) has been ordered by the US District Judge of Illinois to pay $280 million to the US government and four states- California, Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio, as fine-cum-damage recovery cost.
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The telecom industry experienced a strong run on the bourse last week as most of the key stocks traded in the green.
Western Digital (WDC) finally made an offer for Toshiba's memory unit, Microsoft (MSFT) updated its Surface Pro tablet and Apple (AAPL) settled long-standing disputes with Nokia (NOK) last week.
The Internet TV service, launched by leading pay-TV operators in the U.S. and gaining market traction since 2015, has yet to cope up with the onslaught of the low-cost online video streaming services.
The telecom industry saw strong performances by most of the key stocks last week. A few developments even made to the headlines.
Reports suggest that Dish is looking to use this spectrum for a wireless service, in collaboration with Amazon and T-Mobile USA. In the deal, Dish would bring the spectrum, T-Mobile would contribute to the roll-out and Amazon would be the first customer bringing its commercial applications.