I have seen the future of television. And it is music. Thoughts on a big shift in video consumption…with a cool backbeat.
The iconic streaming video service isn’t a threat to television. It is television. Here’s what I mean.
The man who helped bring telephony to cable television dishes about growing up nerdy, studying with Susan Sarandon, and keeping the technology faith. From The Broadband Library.
Leslie Ellis has authored some kinda life since she rolled through Colorado as a kidlet. Here’s my profile of an influential individual.
Second time I’ve had the good fortune of interviewing the CEO of Liberty Global, a guy who has pretty much defined the way telecommunications happens internationally. Plus he fronts a party band. Here’s the Oral History for The Cable Center.
The new professional baseball team in Colorado Springs was looking for a name. They didn’t choose the one you really wanted. From my SportsBiz column at ColoradoBIZ magazine.
The big reveal came and went, the schedule got finalized and the T-shirts are on the shelves. Now, Chris Phillips, president and general manager of the Rocky Mountain Vibes minor league baseball team, has a confession to share: The bull testicles never really had a chance. Continue reading The bull testicles never really had a chance
I was barely outta college when I met Ted Turner for the first time. Twinkle in the eye, fearless, everything everybody always said. That was back when cable was considered a “cool” industry to work in. Can it ever be that again? This piece from Broadband Library asks (and maybe answers) the question.
It’s not about pricing power. It’s about exclusive rights to TV shows. Here’s why.
It’s the economic netherworld between trial deployments and the big-time. It’s also where lots of promising companies stall out. Here’s how a new unit within the Colorado-based R&D facility CableLabs hopes to save some lives, and possibly change the world. From The Broadband Library.