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August 20, 2015 11:17 am
David Bauder, AP Television Writer
Fox News begins the television remembrances Friday at 10 p.m. EDT with "Hurricane Katrina, Storm of a Lifetime." ABC's "Katrina: 10 Years After the Storm" airs Sunday at 10 p.m.
August 12, 2015 3:46 pm
Gene Hoffman, chairman and CEO, Vindicia
Comcast Stream is not about content. We can get more for less elsewhere. It’s about Comcast reinventing itself as an intermediary.
August 12, 2015 3:51 pm
Jeffrey Krauss, President of Telecommunications and Technology Policy of Rockville, Maryland
The bottom line is that ATSC 3.0 is incompatible with today’s cable TV technology in almost all respects.
August 12, 2015 3:53 pm
Mark Dzuban, President and CEO, Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers
The trove of educational content that SCTE has built up over the past 50 years has helped to fuel cable’s rise as a pre-eminent provider of entertainment and telecommunications services.
August 12, 2015 3:58 pm
Stewart Schley
DirecTV snagged the original rights for NFL Sunday Ticket at a time when the idea of watching any game a fan might want seemed outlandishly compelling.
August 12, 2015 3:04 pm
James Heath
The first mover wins the broadband video viewing market. Cable TV, with its wireline subscriber base as potential video hub office landlords, and its expertise in video content, has a leg up on the tower-based wireless companies.
August 12, 2015 3:20 pm
Ted Korte, COO, Qligent
Simply put, there is no easier and more cost-efficient means of achieving this goal than the cloud.                                
August 12, 2015 3:29 pm
Ben Munson, Editor, @wwbenmunson
The update to the next-generation broadcast standard is coming together nearly 20 years after 1.0. CED spoke with Richer recently to get an idea of where the industry is at with ATSC 3.0.
August 12, 2015 3:42 pm
Rod Naphan, CTO, Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Software-defined networks (SDN) and Network functions virtualization (NFV) are significant technological evolutions that will bring carrier networks more in line with IT.
August 12, 2015 10:47 am
Mae Anderson, AP Technology Writer
Because it is part of Google's corporate structure, Alphabet is not likely to become part of the lexicon like "Googling" did; it will mainly be used on Wall Street.
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