With the number of analog cable TV subscriber
households either flat or declining in many developed countries, the cable TV
industry's future depends more and more on cable modem service and digital video
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KPN adds 23k new IPTV homes
Broadband TV News
Dutch telco KPN said it added 11k broadband homes as well as 23k IPTV subs during Q3, 2017. ARPU per household increased by 4.9% year-on-year.

Rostelecom expands IPTV in HoReCa sector in Astrakhan
Russian national operator Rostelecom has launched IPTV services in two hotels based in downtown Astrakhan. The operator has deployed a fibre optical line to ...

Orange Tabs Harmonic for Combined IPTV, OTT Service Delivery
Sports Video Group
Orange, one of the world's largest telecommunications operator, has upgraded its IPTV and OTT video delivery architecture with a Harmonic live encoding and ...

Mixed fortunes for Orange Polska
Broadband TV News
In IPTV technology, our customer base is up 41% year-on-year. At the same time, we continue to improve the adoption rate in our fibre network. In the first nine ...

In the fight to win back TV audience, Canada's cable companies Buy ...
Financial Post
Shaw already had sunk millions into developing its own IPTV product by the time Zoran Stakic, its new chief technology officer back then, met Comcast Corp.

Telefónica honing TV strategy on IPTV, OTT content
Business News Americas
Telefónica is focusing most of its pay TV efforts in Latin America on IPTV and as an over-the-top (OTT) aggregator, rather .

Shaw turns around cable business at a cost, but wireless wins as ...
Financial Post
... the second consecutive period of growth after seven years of cable TV losses amid cord cutting and heightened competition from Telus Corp.'s IPTV product.

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