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Omniverse tells court that any infringement was done 'without malice or bad intent,' and was caused or contributed to by third parties such as HovSat.
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Expanding on its accessibility capabilities, Comcast has added a feature to its X1 video service that enables people with physical disabilities to navigate the service with only their eyes.
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Flixon Media's CEO thought his deal with Omniverse One World Television would be the foundation of a profitable, innovative TV service. Instead, he said he's left with financial losses and a damaged reputation.
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Small service provider in Montana is dumping its pay-TV product to instead focus on broadband services that can pipe in OTT video services.
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The OTT-delivered 'thin-client' version of DirecTV will debut in Q3, but AT&T's John Donovan side-stepped questions on how the new offering will disrupt a market full of streaming competitors.
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Open software venture also developing software to work with consumer premises equipment for DSL and PON networks alongside its traditional focus on DOCSIS/HFC.
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But so did Comcast. TiVo shares spiked in after-hours trading Tuesday after International Trade Commission issued an initial determination that partially favors the video software company.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 6/4/2019
The new array of subscription offerings will include a 12-channel bundle called 'StackTV" that runs $12.99/month and features VoD and live TV networks such as Food Network, History and National Geographic.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 5/31/2019
Following review of the controversial Hovsat contract, Omniverse said it will now focus on live TV services for operators of multi-dwelling units and apartment buildings.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 5/30/2019
As an exec at The Weather Company, Shull helped that company separate out and sell off its digital assets and technologies and its TV business.
By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 5/30/2019
SkyStreamTV, one of its partners, says it was informed that Omniverse will shut down residential TV services on May 31. Meanwhile, the Omniverse website is 'under construction.'
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