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Monday, October 24, 2016

AT&T-Time Warner Mega-Deal: Merger For New Media Era Or A Bad Remake?

Pay-TV operators are seeing a “slow erosion of the core business,” analyst Brett Sappington at Parks Associates said.

“After years of attempts to be more than just a ‘dumb pipe,’ pay-TV operators have come to realize that a smart, flexible pipe can similarly transform their businesses,” he said in a recent research note.

From the article "AT&T-Time Warner Mega-Deal: Merger For New Media Era Or A Bad Remake?" by www.japantoday.com

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Smart Home Gadgets Need To Live Together

“We need to look at problems in the home from a holistic perspective and realize it is the value of all these devices working together that will drive adoption of the smart home,” EVRYTHNG senior vice president of connected products Curt Schacker said.

He was speaking in Silicon Valley at the start of a 20th anniversary Connections conference devoted to smart homes and the fast-growing Internet of Things.

From the article "Smart Home Gadgets Need To Live Together" by www ...read more

Friday, January 23, 2015

Netflix eyes global empire as Internet TV battle heats up

The market for streaming TV is red-hot, but so far has not dented the traditional cable and satellite providers, said Glenn Hower, research analyst at Parks Associates.

Hower said around half of U.S. households with broadband also have a streaming service—most of them Netflix—but that the percentage of those with traditional pay TV has remained steady at 85 to 87%.

While many young adults are happy with online services such as Netflix, most households are using streaming ...read more

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