So I had Direct TV in the early 2000s. I have almost gone back a few times. But AT&T owning it now has me not really thinking its a good thing. Am I correct in thinking they are Phasing out the need for the actual Dinner plate dish outside to receive the Signal?
AT&T Displays Dramatic Growth of DirecTV Now
After a few months off from promos and hard-charging marketing, AT&T says it has righted the ship when it comes to subscription adds for its live, streaming TV service. The company reported with second quarter earnings that it has...
DirecTV Now Hits The Roku
AT&T’s live TV service, DirecTV Now, has launched on another major platform, with its added support for Roku. However, the service itself has already lost momentum in terms of new subscribers – according to a recent Bloomberg report, DirecTV Now peaked...
AT&T And DIRECTV Offer More 4K Ultra HD MLB Network Showcase Games
AT&T and DIRECTV want to make watching baseball in 4K Ultra HD the new national pastime. For the second year in a row, AT&T1 is bringing DIRECTV customers a strong lineup of MLB Network™ Showcase games, live and...