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Q3-2015: Time Warner Cable - residential Internet data ascend, video slide; Business Services numbers up

BENGALURU: The slide in retail or residential video numbers continues for the US television cable industry, if one were to go by the numbers reported by Comcast Cable Communications division and now by Time Warner Cable Inc., (TWC) for the quarter ended 30 September, 2015 (Q3-2015). Data, or more...

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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Metros consume news more on Internet than TV: TeleWeb

NDTV’s combined reach of TV and web in six metros is just over 3047 (000s) of which 2240 (000s) come from web while TV brings in close to 950 (000s)

Television TV Channels Viewership
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Q2-2015: US Cable industry: Internet, biz services continue as growth drivers; video continues to lose subscribers

The five players in this report are Comcast Inc., Cable Communications segment, the largest player by far among the sample players in this report; Time Warner Cable, Inc., (TWC), a little less than half the size of Comcast’s Cable communications segment in terms of revenue; Charter Communications...

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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India wants greater democratisation & broad-basing of Internet governance

In pursuance of its declaration towards multi-stakeholder approach to Internet governance, the Information Technology Ministry recently organised discussions involving business, civil society, government, academia and technical community.

Regulators TRAI
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STB market set to grow globally with HD channels & falling prices of smart TVs

An international research says that availability of HD channels and falling prices of smart TVs are expected to surge set top box (STB) market growth between 2015 and 2022.

Technology Hardware Set-top Boxes

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