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Category Archives: Telecom

CenturyLink says Prism TV service available to 500,000 Denver homes

As other pay-for-TV providers flounder, CenturyLink says its Prism TV service is growing. But the company won’t say exactly how many of the 500,000 eligible homes have subscribed to the service.

Hate robocalls? Millions of them originate in Denver

About 78 million robocalls on average occur nationally each day — and nearly 1.3 million of them are coming from Denver, according to a new report.

Warren Buffett ups investment in Liberty, Apple, Phillips 66

Warren Buffett’s company is taking an even bigger bite of Apple stock and adding to its already sizeable stake in Phillips 66.

Tribune CEO “hopeful” about resolving TV contract with Dish to bring back Fox, CW

The absence of Fox and The CW channels for some Dish Network subscribers resulted in an impact that was “actually quite small” for Tribune Media Company, which stopped broadcasting 42 channels to Dish subscribers in a dispute now entering its eighth week. In its second-quarter earnings call Tuesday, Tribune’s CEO Peter Liguori put the financial impact of not […]

Integra Telecom shrinking Denver staff as company splits in two

When Integra Telecom Holdings announced Thursday it would split into two separate businesses, the Vancouver, Wash., company also told Colorado’s labor department it was downsizing in Denver.

Time Warner bets on cord-cutters with $583 million stake in Hulu

In another win for cable cord-cutters, Time Warner has become the latest media company to invest in streaming service Hulu.

NFL Network, RedZone return for Dish TV customers after disappearing for nearly 50 days

Dish Network has a new “multi-year agreement with NFL Network for carriage of NFL Network and RedZone” channels, the company said in a statement e-mailed to The Denver Post on Tuesday evening.

Denver is dead last in U.S. mobile data speeds

Ouch! Denver came in last place in the latest RootMetrics mobile speed report for the 125 most-populated U.S. markets.

Verizon buys Yahoo for $4.83B, marking end of an era

Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.

Dish loses more subscribers and says there’s no deal yet to bring back Fox, NFL

As the absence of Fox, CW and the NFL Network TV channels continued into the sixth week for Colorado Dish Network customers, the Douglas County satellite TV provider reported its biggest quarterly customer decline in years.

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