C Spire today launched fixed wireless service at speeds up to 100 Mbps in 40 markets in the company’s home state of Mississippi. C Spire fixed wireless service will be available to consumers in 22 markets and to businesses in all 40 markets, supporting speeds up to 100 Mbps, the company said. Businesses will pay $70 a month for the service and consumers will pay $60 a month. A total of 91,000 locations will have

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Broadcasting & Cable | The Business of Television  Applying a stronger focus on the cable sector, MobiTV has inked an agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) that will help the co-op’s membership of indie operators migrate to next-gen, IP-based platform that eschews traditional set-top boxes. The agreement, which focuses on MobiTV Connect, an app-based multiscreen video platform, also represents a fresh approach of sorts for the co-op, which represents more than 800 pay TV providers.

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MobiTV, a specialist in IP-based video delivery solutions, and National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) have announced a new agreement between both companies which could enable more than 800 pay-TV providers within NCTC’s membership to remain competitive through a new sophisticated and forward thinking approach for transitioning their offerings to IP/app-based solutions. With eight new deals already signed with pay-TV operators across the US, including DirectLink, Citizens Fiber, USA Communication, Hickory Telephone, and more in process,

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A decade ago, I joined MobiTV as the company was breaking new ground delivering Pay TV services, such as ESPN and ABC News, over mobile devices. While the old school small screen flip phones, and 2G networks didn’t provide the ideal viewing experience, they did usher in the pivotal era of ‘TV Everywhere.’ A decade later, the delivery of Pay TV services on multiple devices is commonplace, and the pace of innovation and change has

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A new NCTC, MobiTV deal, announced today, will help shape an ongoing debate about the future of pay-TV. Is that future based on a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) app model, or will customers continue to opt for the status-quo operator provided set-top-box (STB) scenario? The National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC), made up of primarily small independent cable and broadband operators, has partnered with MobiTV to make the latter’s app based pay-TV platform available to its members. The

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Applying a stronger focus on the cable sector, MobiTV has inked an agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) that will help the co-op’s membership of indie operators migrate to next-gen, IP-based platform that eschews traditional set-top boxes. http://www.multichannel.com/news/content/mobitv-nctc-forge-next-gen-video-deal/416951

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The NCTC announced a technology deal with multiscreen app company MobiTV that the cooperative says goes beyond the typical “hunting license” it provides for its more than 800 member cable companies. According to the National Cable TV Cooperative, the agreement enables member cable operators to negotiate tech deals for MobiTV Connect, a platform that allows for the app-based delivery of TV programming. “We’re very vested in helping Mobi get to critical mass,” Rich Fickle, president and

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by Charlie Nooney, CEO & Chairman, MobiTV Consumers have an increasing appetite for enjoying content where they want, how they want, and when they want. So how does the global Pay TV industry keep up? In the process of keeping existing customers happy, courting the connected content generation to make Pay TV a part of their entertainment landscape is not impossible. In fact, by doing so, providers will have the opportunity to reclaim the leadership

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