Users of PlayStation Vue, Sony Corp's cloud-based TV service in the United States, will soon be able to stream content from channels owned by Walt Disney Co, including ESPN, ABC Family and the Disney Channel. The companies did not provide details on when the programming, including shows such as "Sportscenter" and "Pretty Little Liars", will…
SiriusXM will offer subscribers comprehensive coverage of the 2015-16 NBA season, the company announced.
A demonstration of HDR content transmitted to LG 4K OLED TVs will be the highlight of LG Electronics’ demos of HDR (High Dynamic Range)-enabled TV/broadcasting technologies this week at IFA 2015 in Berlin.
The "strategic distribution partnership" revolves around Atlona’s 4K/UHD solutions, including HDMI-to-HDBaseT matrix switchers, HDMI-to-HDMI matrix switchers, HDMI-over-HDBaseT receivers, and HDMI distribution amplifiers.
Comcast announced its plans to launch a streaming service for its Internet subscribers, called Stream. The service will cost subscribers $15 per month, and allow users to watch live TV on their laptops and other connected devices.
LG Electronics USA has announced the latest capabilities of the ATSCO 3.0 Standard following field tests in Cleveland. As part of an experimental broadcast license from the FCC, Tribune Broadcasting's WJW-TV is providing a TV transmitter, tower and 6-MHz channel for the field-testing for the ATSC 3.0-related field being conducted in Cleveland since mid-May.
A la carte cable isn’t dead. But Verizon may have just dealt it a crucial blow. According to a Wall Street Journal report Thursday night, Verizon will soon begin offering a slimmed-down package to customers of its FiOS TV service. The package will include a “slim” core package of a small amount of channels