John Abbot Joins Google Fiber As Its First CFO

Cable Lobby, Other Groups Push Back On FCC Bid To Change Definition Of ‘Broadband’

Cable lobbying group NCTA–The Internet & Television Association is asking the FCC to reject a proposal made by Google Fiber, ALLO and Ting to increase the government’s definition of “broadband’ to a symmetrical 100 megabits-per-second speed.

Google Fiber Kills TV Service, Markets FuboTV

Alphabet today announced that its Google Fiber ISP division will no longer offer TV service to new customers and will instead market virtual pay TV platform fuboTV.

Tribune Sets Retrans Deals With Verizon, Others

New carriage contracts with FiOS, Atlantic Broadband and Google Fiber cover more than 3.6 million subscribers.


Kagan: Google Fiber A Big Threat To Pay TV

Research group SNL Kagan notes that even with $45 billion in cash on hand, Google probably doesn’t have the money to blanket the nation in its fiber. But it can cover enough ground to severely disrupt the pay TV business with a superior ISP/video solution.

Google Jumps Into The Cable TV Business

Google said that as part of its Google Fiber broadband internet service that it will be getting into the real TV business. The TV experience will not only be available on regular TVs in HD quality, but also on iPads and Android tablets, via a Google Fiber TV app.