DirecTV Explores Online Video Service

DirecTV is exploring the idea of an online video service that would appeal to “price-sensitive” young people or other customers who have dropped their pay-TV service, the satellite TV firm said on Thursday.

Why Your Cable Bill Won’t Get Smaller When Big TV Gets Bigger

For now, at least.

Good News for the Cable Guys! Subscriber Numbers Dropped Again.

So why are the pay-TV guys smiling?


FCC Would End TV Sports Blackout Rule

Sports fans could find it easier to catch certain local games on television.


The Convergence Tipping Point

The convergence revolution is in its most disruptive phase in television.


CBS, Time Warner Reach Deal to End Blackout

A monthlong blackout of the CBS network on Time Warner Cable Inc. ended Monday, resolving one of the longest disputes between a pay-TV operator and a network in recent years.

Viacom-Sony TV Is a Big Deal. It’s Also the Same Deal We Already Have.

You may actually be able to get cable TV delivered over the Web in the not-so-distant future. But it’s going to look a whole lot like cable TV looks now.

How to Watch CNN for Free, Without Paying for Cable*

Go to CNN.com. Is there a catch? Of course there’s a catch.

ATD Week in Review: Facebook Gets More Twittery and Kara’s Open Letter to Jeff Bezos

The week in AllThingsD, in one convenient post. You’re welcome!

Dish Pulls the Plug — For Now — On NimbleTV’s Web TV Service

The “TV Everywhere” startup has ambitious plans, but it’s gone dark for more than a week.