Comcast Spectator and the Cordish Companies have announced their plans to build a 3,500-seat esports arena in the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. The Fusion Arena will be home to Comcast's Overwatch League Team, the Philadelphia Fusion.
The Consumer Electronics Association this week announced that it has partnered with AT&T, Comcast, Verizon and others to complete the first IPv6 PlugFest. The purpose was to team electronics companies, industry groups and carriers to test devices with networks.
Comcast has announced greater integration for its Xfinity Home offerings. Products from August, Automatic, Cuff, Leeo, Lutron, Rachio, SkyBell and Whistle will be integrated with Xfinity Home starting this summer.
What's it REALLY like "at work" every day? We asked Dennis Hickman of the SOHO Sho
The title of buying group Azione Unlimited's Fall 2014 Conference was "The Arrant Affair
What can national buying groups do to help us adjust to recent disruptive innovations that have alte
Now that the economy is moving forward again—with unemployment down, housing starts up, and the stock market fully recovered—it’s tempting to think that we in the A/V world can return to business as usual, relying once again on new technologies and products to drive sales, and the return of old-school margins to rescue the bottom line. But if we look around us and examine the carnage of the past half-decade, there are ample indicators that things will never again be that easy. “We’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto.”
CEDIA this week announced a complete list of panels to take place at CEDIA Expo next month in Denver. The panels will feature executives from Comcast, Dish, iCOntrol, Dolby, Pioneer, Sony and other companies.
Last month, in Part I, we discussed the threats to your business and the first two innovations you can can use to be disruptors yourselves. Now let’s look at the last three innovations: