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'Free' TV for your cell phone May 17, 2005 Digital Music Video Network, an MTV-style commercial station, will debut in June with programming for the cell phone's tiny screen.
Video competition comes to Calif. March 9, 2007 First Verizon lands a statewide deal. Now AT&T is angling for a similar arrangement that will let both compete against cable operators for TV customers.
Laying a new path to your TV December 28, 2006 As AT&T brings its Internet-based service to more markets, Comcast is souping up a network upgrade of its own.
AT&T taps MediaFlo for mobile TV February 12, 2007 AT&T will become the second major carrier to use Qualcomm's MediaFlo network and technology to deliver mobile television.
FCC bans exclusive TV deals for cable October 31, 2007 Commission adopts new rules that ban cable operators from locking apartment buildings into exclusive contracts in exchange for service.
AT&T cries foul over ads March 28, 2006 The phone company accuses cable operators of suppressing free speech by not airing its ads for national video franchises.
Verizon's fiber-optic payoff June 21, 2007 Investors squawked a few years ago when Verizon said it would spend billions to take fiber to the doorstep. Now they're cheering.
Comcast steals telecom DSL customers April 27, 2006 The company says it added 437,000 new broadband customers to its roster in the first quarter of 2006, with about a third coming from DSL.
Clearer picture for IPTV tech? June 18, 2007 Microsoft has tuned up its software for service providers, but consumers shouldn't expect much in the near future.Photos: Is IPTV software ready for prime time?IPTV chugs along
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