AT&T and TPG Capital have completed their DirecTV deal, spinning off the brand from AT&T.
After months of exploring a potential sale of DirecTV, AT&T has decided to spin off the satellite TV service.
The auction for 5G spectrum in the US has shattered estimates, passing $76 billion as of Monday.
AT&T is reportedly fielding offers to sell its DirecTV satellite service, as the service shrinks due to the rise of streaming options.
T-Mobile informed TVision subscribers they will be receiving 30+ channels, normally part of the Vibe plan, for free.
AT&T is said to be pursuing a sale of DirecTV as the satellite TV service has lost ground against streaming services.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says that he expects to see significant growth in their SVoD business as their DIRECTV business declines. Stephensen empasized that the declining subscriber numbers for DIRECTV was something they always expected.
After “careful, thorough review,” the Federal Communications Commission has given AT&T and green light to acquire DirecTV. The combined entity will boast about 26 million customers. Say hello to the new largest pay TV company in the US. The approval…
It appears to be smooth sailing for AT&T in its acquisition of DirecTV, as the merger has reportedly cleared one major hurdle and is about to clear the last. Reuters reports that the Department of Justice has already wrapped up…
It doesn’t appear that federal regulators are going to stand in the way of AT&T’s bid to acquire DirecTV. According to sources quoted in the Wall Street Journal both the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission are almost done…