AT&T is moving to capitalize on its recent merger with DirecTV by offering bundled wireless and television services.
The deal will combine the nation's second-largest wireless carrier with its biggest satellite television provider.
Maggie Wilderotter, Frontier Communications, shares his thoughts on AT&T's deal to buy DirecTV. Also Wilderotter provides perspective on the future of television. Customers don't want to buy 500 channels anymore and only watch 12, says Wilderotter, weighing in on the unbundling of cable TV.
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the $1.7B subsidy program, but very little is known about the actual recipients.
The Federal Communications Commission advances a proposal that would allow the government to subsidize broadband for low-income Americans.
AT&T faces a $100 million fine for allegedly misleading customers about download speeds.
The telecom industry should do more to help protect consumers from unwanted robocalls, says one executive.
The move, which would allow providers to hike rates without local approval, fuels fears that more costs could fall on consumers.
The FCC is ready to take action against robocalls.
Former Federal Communications Commission Chair Julius Genachowski said on Wednesday that the agency's job is to ensure certainty in the market.
The FCC released a proposal on Wednesday to close loopholes and clarify laws to further protect consumers from unwanted robocalls.
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman, Tom Wheeler, unveils a "robocall" proposal. Julius Genachoswki, Fmr. FCC Chairman of The Carlyle Group, weighs in and also discusses cable consolidation deal and net neutrality.
Alan Haft, partner at Kelly-Haft Financial, says Charter Communications' plan to acquire Time Warner Cable is centered around the fact that consolidation is essential for the survival of the cable market.
Dish Network's controversial bids in a recent wireless spectrum auction are a net positive for American taxpayers, Charlie Ergen tells CNBC.
Federal authorities are unlikely to block AT&T's proposed acquisition of DirecTV, according to a new report.
The cable giants didn't mince words at INTX as they addressed the big issues they're facing: consolidation, regulation and disruption.
Comcast on Friday called off its proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and its prior agreement with Charter Communications.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the future of delivering content on the heels of Comcast's decision to walk away from its bid for Time Warner Cable.
Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses the decision to terminate its bid for Time Warner Cable. We have to move on, says Roberts.
Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on where Time Warner Cable and CEO Robert Marcus go from here now that it appears the Comcast-TWC merger will not go through.