All four major U.S. cell carriers are placing increasing importance on streaming video.
Verizon customers in Los Angeles, Houston, Sacramento and Indianapolis who sign up for the telco's 5G service later this year will get free access to YouTube TV on the 5G service or receive a free Apple TV 4K.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) Monday (July 23) launched another effort at massive communications deregulation, one he has been pushing for most of a decade, so far without success.
Verizon and NBA want to be a dynamic duo on the court, as the two have announced a multi-year partnership that will seek to deliver NBA content to fans via Verizon’s media brands, including Yahoo.
There will be a new team taking part in the 2018 NFL playoffs—albeit not on the field—as Verizon and the NFL have announced a multi-year partnership that will have Verizon live stream in-market and national games on its portfolio of premium digital and mobile media properties.
NAB wants to know if it was April Fools’ Day when Verizon submitted a letter to the FCC urging regulatory restrictions on broadcasters that choose to deploy services using the Next Generation TV transmission standard, ATSC 3.0.
Ericsson, in partnership with Intel and Verizon, took to the track during the Indianapolis 500 to test some 5G network and virtual reality technology.
Verizon Digital Media Services announced that it is extending its relationship with Microsoft to make cloud-based storage from Microsoft Azure available to all Verizon Digital Media Services Edgecast Content Delivery Network users.
Verizon’s move to 5G will begin in earnest in 2018 according to a top company exec.
Verizon this week announced that it intended to launch 5G pilot programs in 11 U.S. markets by mid-2017.
Even at 90, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is keeping hip with the latest trends, as NBCUniversal has announced, in association with Verizon, that the annual parade will be available as a 360-degree livestream for the first time.
After initially filing a lawsuit against Verizon, ESPN has announced that the two sides have come to a settlement over Verizon’s proposed skinny bundle package.
The lawsuit alleges that Verizon and AOL infringe seven U.S. patents owned by OpenTV and Nagra France