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Sling TV CEO Lynch dishes on how programmers embraced mobile TV viewing

In a conversation with  FierceCable, Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch discussed how Dish Network made the transition to IP-based video delivery, the potential for advertising via over-the-top services like Sling TV, changing views around programming, and more. Hot Seat

Wireless providers make OTT strategy key to future profitability, report says

Despite ongoing concerns about the amount of bandwidth that over-the-top video is taking up on wireless networks, the popularity of the medium means that carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile US and Verizon, are making wireless OTT a "key pillar" of their future plans, a Wells Fargo analyst research note says.

LTE Broadcast likely won't violate net neutrality- and it probably won't be used much anyway

While there is a legitimate concern that LTE Broadcast content will be given a higher quality of service than regular, over-the-top video content, I don't think the situation will violate net neutrality. In fact, based on conversations I have had this week with experts at vendors that specialize in LTE Broadcast (and, admittedly, are proponents of the technology), carriers' use of it is likely to benefit customers, even those who are not taking advantage of it.

Ericsson: Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, Instagram and Snapchat make up 61% of U.S. mobile app traffic

Facebook and its Instagram photo service, Google's YouTube, Netflix and Snapchat make up 61 percent of U.S. mobile application data traffic, according to a new report from network vendor Ericsson. The phenomenon is similar in other developed markets, the report found.

Dish's Ergen: Video will be 'core' to any wireless offering, open to working with T-Mobile and others

Dish Network wants to use its wireless spectrum to launch an innovative mobile video service, and is willing to partner with companies both in and out of the wireless industry to do so, according to Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen. The key to any teaming would be that Dish and its partner should be able to accomplish more together than they could apart, he said.

Gartner: Mobile video to drive over 60% of data traffic in 2018

Mobile data traffic will continue to show double-digit growth in 2015, rising by 59 per cent according to Gartner.

AT&T says it's ready for mobile video onslaught

Tier 1 carrier AT&T, whose wireless network just a few years ago was criticized for being unreliable, is ready to handle the increasing traffic demands imposed by online video viewing.

Verizon's McAdam says AOL is not acquisition target, hints at higher Q4 churn

Verizon Communications may be talking to AOL about a potential content partnership, but it is not interested in acquiring the company. Speaking at the 2015 Citi Global Internet, Media & Telecommunications conference in Las Vegas today, Verizon Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam said that yesterday's Bloomberg report claiming that Verizon approached AOL about a potential acquisition or joint venture is inaccurate. "I think of AOL and a lot of other media companies as potential partners," he said. "But saying we are having significant acquisition discussions is not accurate."

Ericsson expects 6.1B smartphone users worldwide by 2020

Ericsson expects that by 2020, 90 percent of the world's population over 6 years old will have a mobile phone, and smartphone subscriptions by then are expected to top 6.1 billion.

Samsung reportedly investing in short-form video content for mobile offering

Samsung Electronics is planning to spend several tens of millions of dollars to develop short-form video content for a new mobile product, according to a report from The Information.