NEW YORK— U.S. regulators are calling out AT&T and Verizon for exempting their own video apps from data caps on customers' cellphones. The agency had warned AT&T in November and said in its Thursday letter that AT&T's response did not ease its concerns. For example, the FCC estimates that a video service provider would have to pay AT&T $16 a month for a customer who...
Fred Hassan, Warburg Pincus partner & managing director, and Bill George, Harvard Business School professor, weigh in on if President-elect Donald Trump will redefine the government's relationship with business and the Time Warner-AT&T deal.
Despite his tough rhetoric during the campaign, appointments made by Mr Trump indicate that his views on competition have changed.
Many experts say that Republicans who generally oppose regulation are likely to take charge at the Federal Communications Commission, the government's primary telecom regulator. Under Trump, "the FCC will be a lot more focused on getting government out of the way," said Berin Szoka, president of TechFreedom, a think tank that opposes much regulation.
DirecTV Now is launching without CBS, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
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AT&T's new online TV service may be too similar to cable packages at a time when consumers want to only pay for channels they watch.
AT&T just made a move that is pretty much the nightmare scenario that internet advocates and pro-competition observers have been warning us about, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss AT&T debuting its new streaming service tomorrow called "DirecTV Now."
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AT&T announced that its mobile subscribers will be able to stream its new DirecTV Now service without using their data, The Verge reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on AT&T's new variety of skinny bundles to hit the market. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
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AT&T said it will offer three new DirecTV Now streaming services — DirecTV Now, Freeview and Fullscreen — starting November 30.
AT&T unveils its DirecTV Now services starting at $35 a month. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details.
Count local TV station owners among the industries emboldened by Donald Trump, USA Today reports.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
AT&T's DirecTV hopes to change that. "No one has really delivered the right combination of content, price and ease that will get people to make that call to their current provider and say sayonara," said Forrester analyst Jim Nail. It's unclear if AT&T's new service, creatively dubbed DirecTV Now, will break out with consumers.
The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the future of mega deals, such as Time Warner/AT&T, under a Trump presidency.
MKM Partners says the AT&T-Time Warner deal has a 70 percent chance to get approval.