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America Movil Company Profile - 2020Annual report based on 2019 dataApril 17, 2020This report provides in-depth insight into America Movil’s video strategy in Latin America, including pay TV estimates and forecasts, aggressive bundling and new OTT partnerships.Subscribers Only
Pay TV & Online Video Report - Latin America - 2019June 18, 2019The 2019 Latin America Pay TV & Online Video Report provides in-depth insight into the pay TV and online subscription video markets of the Latin America region. It includes comprehensive market-sizing data and detailed analysis of the key trends shaping the industry, including growth drivers and inhibitors, evolving business models, and content strategies. The landscape of individual markets is also assessed via country profiles.Subscribers Only
CommScope to Acquire Arris for $7.4B, Creating Cable Industry Heavyweight Poised for the FutureNovember 28, 2018US telecommunications equipment maker CommScope will acquire Arris, in a $7.4B deal valued at $5.69 billion, with the difference comprised of CommScope’s assumption of Arris’s debt. As part of the deal, the Carlyle Group will make a $1M equity investment in CommScope for an approximate 16% stake in the new company. CommScope’s CEO Eddie Edwards has claimed the two companies’ product lines are complementary, and that the combined company will “enable end-to-end wired and wireless communications infrastructure solutions that neither company could otherwise achieve on its own.” The deal is expected to close in the first half of 2019.Subscribers Only
Apple Conjures More Success With the “Identical” but Innovative iPhone 6SSeptember 08, 2015With the iPhone 6S, Apple has introduced many more innovations than it added with last years' iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Apple has performed the ultimate conjuring trick: Change everything about the iPhone, but make it look almost identical to the old model. As a result, IHS forecasts the magic of the iPhone business will continue to drive Apple.
Apple's record iPhone results prove no mobile market leader's position is ever secureFebruary 02, 2015Apple has overtaken former market leader Microsoft – which includes Nokia's devices unit – to become the second largest manufacturer of mobile handsets in the world. Nokia led the mobile handset market for over a decade but is now pushed out of the top two. Apple's record iPhone results are also entirely premium smartphones while Microsoft's smartphone shipments represent just 21% of its 50 million handset shipments.Subscribers Only
Apple and Beats: Strategic Synergy or Questionable Value?June 11, 2014Apple is to buy Beats Electronics for $3 billion, which is not only the largest acquisition in the Cupertino-based company’s history, but also its most high-profile strategic investment to date. The deal comes after handset competitor HTC recently sold the remaining half of its $309 million, 50.1% controlling interest of Beats back to the company for $265 million in September 2013.
Microsoft Targets Always-On Relevance With Xbox One's Integrated Entertainment SolutionMay 22, 2013Overall Positioning With the unveiling of Xbox One, Microsoft has put forward its vision for the evolution of its positioning of the Xbox platform as home entertainment hub, by building a hardware, software...Subscribers Only
Comcast launches SVoD service Xfinity StreampixFebruary 28, 2012Comcast has unveiled a subscription video offer positioned to compete directly with Netflix. The new service, dubbed Xfinity Streampix, offers movies and TV shows to Comcast Xfinity TV subscribers. Streampix...
Charter.net plans to offer video search engine for top contentNovember 10, 2011Charter Communications, the fourth largest U.S. cable operator, has announced plans to launch an integrated search on Charter.net that will provide search results for content available on Netflix, Amazon...
Charter.net Plans to Offer Video Search Engine for Top ContentNovember 10, 2011
Charter Communications, the fourth largest US cable operator, has announced plans to launch an integrated search on Charter.net that will provide search results for content available on Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu, as well as video available directly from Charter.
Dish Network unveils Blockbuster Movie PassSeptember 22, 2011Dish Network has unveiled a new video streaming service dubbed Blockbuster Movie Pass. The new service will be available to Dish Network TV subscribers from October 1st. Blockbuster Movie Pass will offer the...
DirecTV Partners Sony to Deliver NFL Sunday Ticket Via PS3 Games ConsoleAugust 22, 2011
Sony has announced a deal with satellite TV provider DirecTV to bring its exclusive sports package NFL Sunday Ticket to PS3 consoles. The package will feature live coverage of up to 14 NFL games every Sunday, full HD for every game and DirecTV's Red Zone Channel.
DirecTV partners Sony to deliver NFL Sunday Ticket via PS3 games consoleAugust 21, 2011Sony has announced a deal with satellite TV provider DirecTV to bring its exclusive sports package NFL Sunday Ticket to PS3 consoles. The package will feature live coverage of up to 14 NFL games every Sunday,...
Apple reports iPhone unit sales up for third consecutive quarter in Q1 2011April 21, 2011Apple generated $24.7bn in revenue during Q1 2011, an 83% rise from $13.5bn in the year-ago quarter. Q1 2011 was the third consecutive quarter in which the company reported revenue in excess of $20bn. Net...
Amazon introduces ad-subsidized KindleApril 13, 2011Amazon has announced the launch of a discounted version of its popular Kindle e-book reader which will feature on-screen advertising. The new WiFi only device, called Kindle with Special Offers, will be...
Netflix and Paramount reach multi-year pay TV window deal in CanadaApril 03, 2011Netflix has entered into a multi-year licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures to bring the studio's content to its streaming-only service in Canada. The new arrangement also secures Netflix exclusive...
Warner sells movies as apps on Apple devicesFebruary 23, 2011Warner Bros. Digital Distribution has released two movies, including extras, as apps via the iTunes App Store, bypassing Apple's own iTunes Movie Store. The Dark Knight and Inception are Warner's first two...
CE Manufacturers make friends, not foes with multichannel operatorsJanuary 11, 2011This month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas proved to be just as much about forging business alliances as it was about showing off the newest devices and technologies. Consumer electronics (CE)...
Paramount Signs Up to Windows Phone 7December 22, 2010Paramount Digital Entertainment has announced it will be releasing ten feature-length films from its catalog to be distributed in the form of applications (apps) designed to play on smart phones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 software. Each app uses Microsoft Silverlight technology and includes the full movie, enhanced menus, and bonus features. These individual movie apps will be available from the Windows Phone Marketplace and will offer WP7 users contextual information and a high level of interactivity - such as creating custom clips and access to additional information about the movie.
Premium VoD to launch in 2011November 19, 2010Time Warner has reaffirmed its commitment to launch a premium video-on-demand (VoD) service in Q2 2011. Premium video-on-demand, known also as 'home-theater on-demand', enables viewers to watch movies at home...