Category Archives: FCC
At the end of January the NCTA filed their latest CableCARD report with the FCC; but before you dive in, on Friday Comcast filed a correction with the FCC fixing their reported numbers. The numbers reported are as of December … Continue reading
The NCTA has filed their latest quarterly report on CableCARD Deployment and Support with the FCC. According to the report, Cablevision, Charter Communications, Comcast Corporation, Cox Communications, and Time Warner Cable have together deployed over 548,000 CableCARDs for use in … Continue reading
Bright House Networks customer Samuel Biller has been receiving letters from Bright House Networks about their deployment of Switched Digital Video (SDV) which are worded such that it sounds like if he doesn’t switch to a Bright House provided digital … Continue reading
Time Warner Cable Responds to TiVo’s Response to a NY Times Blog Entry about an Incident with Time Warner Cable. Whew!
Back in mid-July the NY Times Gadgetwise Blog ran an entry about the bad experience the author had getting Time Warner Cable to install a CableCARD in this new TiVo Premiere. It reads like a summary of every complaint users … Continue reading
The FCC has granted TiVo’s waiver, allowing them to sell the digital-only Premiere Elite at retail. In this Order, we grant, to the extent set forth herein, TiVo, Inc.’s (“TiVo” or “Petitioner”) unopposed1 request for waiver of the Federal Communications … Continue reading