Comcast already reported its Q1 results earlier today but on the earnings call CEO of the cable division Neil Smit revealed its next generation X1 cloud DVRs (previously called Xcalibur and promised for a wide rollout to "hundreds of thousands" of customers this year) will launch in a major market in the second quarter. Light Reading cites sources indicating field testing is already under way in Boston and that it could launch in May which fits all too well because The Cable Show will take place there May 21st.
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon.com has the TiVo TCD746320 Premiere DVR for just $80.94. That’s 73% Off the DVR’s usual retail price of $299.99. TiVo® Premiere is more than a DVR. It’s your cable box, movie box, web b... Read Post
Comcast announced this morning that it has appointed Neil Smit as the new President of Comcast Cable Communications. In his new role, Smit will be responsible for all business aspects of the company’s cable operations. He will repor... Read Post