IPTV and cloud-based services will play a bigger role in TiVo's business plans going forward, President and CEO Tom Rogers said during a first quarter earnings call with analysts.
Midcontinent Communications has begun deploying a "whole-home next generation TV experience" with TiVo, the two companies have announced.
Recognizing that its customers want more than single-device connectivity, TiVo has entered into the whole-home viewing space with the TiVo Mini, a product described in a press release as "an all-purpose companion device that allows TiVo users to access apps and affordably extend the viewing of live TV, recorded and streaming content, as well as on-demand programming, to rooms throughout their homes without an additional TiVo DVR."
A new survey found 52 percent of U.S. households with pay TV now have a DVR, roughly twice the number of those who had it just five years ago.
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Cable ONE, the nation's 10 th largest MSO with 740,000 customers in 19 states, will use TiVo software to expand its whole-home and multi-screen IP connectivity offerings, the two companies announced today in a press release.
North American business is being credited with helping U.K.-based Pace Plc generate revenues "in line with management expectations and ahead of last year," the company said in an interim management statement.
Verizon is prepared to offer a gateway device that lets third party IP-connected devices access and control FiOS TV services--if some other conditions are met before the product is rolled out.
Verizon will pay out more than $500 million ($510 million and change, to be exact) to settle a pair of lawsuits filed against its FiOS TV service. The deep-pocketed telco will pay TiVo more than $250.4 million in a DVR dispute and cloud TV developer ActiveVideo more than $260 million in a VoD spat.
TiVo will be the cornerstone of a new bundle of broadband services--the so-called "Classic Collection"--that Virgin Media is launching for subscribers with 12- and 18-month subscriptions.