Mr. Mercedes season 2: Jack Huston, Maximilliano Hernandez join cast

Brady is back — and he’s bringing a few new faces with him. As announced Thursday by the AT&T AUDIENCE Network, production on the second season of Mr. Mercedes, based on author Stephen King’s Bill Hodges Trilogy, will commence in February in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to original cast

AT&T lays off DirecTV workers despite pledge to create jobs

AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson may be promising to create jobs if tax reform is passed — but that apparently doesn’t mean there won’t be job cuts on the way to payroll growth. The telecom giant, whose DirecTV unit makes it the largest pay-TV operator in the country, last

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Donald Trump hasn't even completed his first year in office, but presidential hopefuls from all parties are already lining up in public, in private, or in our dreams to run against him and take office in 2020. While very few political players have publicly spoken up about intentions

AT&T’s video subscriber losses slam cable stocks

AT&T’s stock got slammed Thursday after the telecom reported it lost 90,000 video subscribers in the third quarter. The decline in video subscribers renewed industrywide fears of cord-cutting and drove down the shares of other paid-TV distributors as well. AT&T said it lost 390,000 traditional video subscribers but that 300,000 subscribers were

More than 22 million Americans to join cord cutting revolution

Winter is here for cable and satellite TV operators. American consumers are canceling traditional pay-TV service at a much faster rate than previously expected, according to research firm eMarketer. In 2017, 22.2 million U.S. adults will cut the cord on cable, satellite or telco TV service — up 33 percent over 2016

More than 22 million Americans to join cord cutting revolution

Winter is here for cable and satellite TV operators. American consumers are canceling traditional pay-TV service at a much faster rate than previously expected, according to research firm eMarketer. In 2017, 22.2 million U.S. adults will cut the cord on cable, satellite or telco TV service — up 33 percent over 2016

AT&T is expanding high-speed 5G wireless trials

AT&T said on Wednesday that it is expanding its 5G trials to include three new US cities by the end of the year as part of its push to develop a next-generation network. The trials will test a faster broadband service where the last leg of the connection is delivered via

AT&T planning reorganization ahead of DOJ demands

The Justice Department has yet to ask AT&T for concessions on its proposed $85 billion takeover of Time Warner, but it looks like the phone company already knows what it plans to serve up. Bloomberg reported a detailed reorganization of the company’s business lines. suggesting that AT&T would separate its content

AT&T plans C-Suite shakeup ahead of Time Warner merger

AT&T is planning a major organizational reshuffle that will include a redefined role for Chief Executive Randall Stephenson following its $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner, Bloomberg reported on Friday. Stephenson will move to the role of executive chairman and oversee a pair of chief executives who will independently manage the