Here are the editor's top picks for the week.
Analysts: Implications of Comcast's Xfinity Mobile offering
As cable and wireless converge, two industry observers said in a webinar that they see Comcast Corp.'s Xfinity Mobile as a smart and attractive offering. However, they also see some inherent dangers to it.
MLB Network President: Back-to-back telecasts in front of 90 million viewers
Major League Baseball's in-house service boosts its subscriber base with a postseason free preview period, as it airs Division Series contests on successive days for the first time, said MLB Network (US) President Rob McGlarry in an interview.
ESPN maintains cable ratings top spot with most-watched 'MNF' this season
With its second-most-watched pro football telecast of the past two seasons, ESPN (US) won basic-cable's prime-time race by a wide margin over FOX News Channel (US) for the week ended Oct. 1.
YES president: Network's 2017 ratings surge built on winning plays, marketing
YES Network (US) President Jon Litner believes the New York Yankees' youthful core positions the regional sports network for more growth over the next five to seven years.
Political and policy implications of Pai's divided reconfirmation vote
Given Republicans' majority in the Senate, the reconfirmation of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai was more or less expected. But the opposition he faced before the vote was historic in its degree and could have political consequences beyond the agency.