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Download PowerPoint | TVB Press Release “… local broadcast television remains the preferred outlet for NFL viewership” TVB President and CEO, Steve Lanzano stated, “Game after game and season after season, ratings data confirms that local broadcast television remains the preferred outlet for NFL viewership. This year’s Thursday Night Football airings were another tremendous winRead More
Updated: Ratings analysis shows viewers prefer watching NFL on broadcast over cable 1/19/2016 02:57:00 PM Eastern Last updated at 1/19/2016 03:38:38PM As the NFL playoffs reach the semifinals, the big winner so far is local broadcast television. Viewers prefer to watch the games on broadcast TV over cable, according to an analysis of ratings fromRead More
Ron Hurtibise, Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel So you’re an AT&T U-verse customer and you flipped on your TV to watch this month’s NFL playoffs — only to discover a static screen and a message that “This channel is temporarily unavailable and we are working to return it to you soon.” You might have checked theRead More
By Anne Badalamenti GoMohu.Com Time Warner Cable Outage Strikes Carolinas Over the weekend, thousands of Time Warner Cable subscribers experienced cable outages, internet outages, and even phone outages. The outages lasted for hours. People were frustrated they were missing Week 16 NFL action, unable to stream Netflix, etc. And understandably given the ever-increasing cost ofRead More
By FinancialProspect.com December 26, 2015 The price of pay-tv is proceeding greater for all customers, with a number of Satellite Television businesses and the country’s greatest wire recently saying price increases that’ll take effect. DirecTV and Tis & AT Uverse, that are today part of the exact same organization, introduced a week ago that theirRead More
By Gerry Smith BLOOMBERG NEWS Friday December 25, 2015 5:13 AM Your television-viewing bill is going up. Again. While facing a growing number of consumers who drop pay-TV for cheaper online alternatives, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Dish Network and AT&T all are planning to increase their prices early next year — at the risk ofRead More