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Cablevision Cuts Rates for Long Islanders and Hoboken Residents

Cablevision Cuts Rates for Long Islanders and Hoboken Residents

Long Island-based cable carrier  Cablevision is deploying record cut-rate discounts to stem subscriber losses and thwart competition from rival Verizon’s FiOS TV service, the New York Post reports. Cablevision recently offered a “triple-play” bundle of phone, TV and high-speed Internet service to [Full Story…]

Boxee Starts Shipping Boxee Live TV

Boxee Starts Shipping Boxee Live TV

Boxee, the Brooklyn-based startup that allows users to watch Internet shows on TV,  is now shipping is latest innovation. The Boxee Live TV dongle allows users to watch live broadcast TV channels like ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC for free.  The thumb drive  has social channel listings that tells users [Full Story…]

Cablevision Advertises New DVR Upgrade

Cablevision Advertises New DVR Upgrade

On October 26th, Long Island based Cablevision began advertising their new service, DVR Plus, which allows subscribers to record up to four different shows simultaneously - twice that of the multiroom DVR service offered by Verizon, DirecTV and Dish Network. Right now, the service is available to [Full Story…]

BrightLine Helps Tackle DVRs With Interactive TV Ads

BrightLine Helps Tackle DVRs With Interactive TV Ads

While consumers enjoy skipping through commercials with their DVRs, advertisers consider them to be a nightmare.  According to a recent Crain's New York Business article, research group Nielsen has found that 40 percent of U.S. homes have DVRs, putting into question the effectiveness of television [Full Story…]

Cablevision Offers DVR Plus Network to Brooklyn Subscribers

Cablevision Offers DVR Plus Network to Brooklyn Subscribers

Long Island-based Cablevision is continuing to rollout its DVR Plus network across the NY-region, recently expanding the service to Brooklyn.  The service is $10.95 per month and stores up to 100 hours of standard-definition programming or 24 hours of HD programming.  Users can also "pause live TV" [Full Story…]

TW Cable Upgrades Its VOD

TW Cable Upgrades Its VOD

The New York Post Time Warner Cable is expanding the availability of its enhanced video-on-demand offerings in New York City, including a service that allows users to view from the beginning programs that are already in progress. The company is expected to announce today that its "Start [Full Story…]