Cable companies are still one of the world’s most powerful corporations.
But they’ve also become increasingly important for businesses looking to deliver value to consumers, especially those in developing markets, as well as for those who want to deliver the right kind of service to their customers.
And they’re becoming more so as technology advances.
“The big things for cable companies are value and innovation,” says Paul Koehler, president of Koehl’s Digital Communications and Digital Media.
“In the US, they’re still very much a provider of cable TV, but they’re also a provider in the cloud, offering cloud-based applications for businesses.”
The latest data shows that, as of January, more than 60% of the companies with over 500 employees offered some form of online video.
And as we reported in February, some of the biggest cable companies, including Comcast, AT&T and Time Warner Cable, are also among the top providers of video to the US.
The companies are also increasingly moving to become more digital.
Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and others are all moving to use streaming video to their content in ways that allow customers to interact with them.
And many big US cable companies like Comcast and AT&s offer paid video subscriptions, which allows customers to watch a video on the web or on their mobile devices and then subscribe to more content later.
It’s a trend that’s seen cable companies gain more influence in the US in recent years, especially as they’ve become more of a part of the internet.
“When you have an economy of scale, you want to have a competitive advantage,” Koehler says.
“Cable is one of those industries where you can have an advantage in the supply chain, the technology, the distribution system and the business model.
And it’s important for cable, because cable companies don’t have a lot of competition.”
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Koehert discussed how his company is investing in technology to give cable customers the ability to stream video on their devices.
It involves creating “cloud apps,” allowing users to view video on a web-based platform, and connecting their device to a remote server to watch the video on demand.
“We’re looking to make cloud apps accessible to the cable company,” Kuehl says.
But there’s more to this story.
Koehmens digital communications and digital media company, Koester Media, has partnered with Google to offer cloud-native video on YouTube.
And its “Hulu Plus” subscription service, which lets customers watch streaming video on other platforms including Google TV, will allow users to access their content on the Google Play Store.
It offers a new “Cloud TV” option, too, with a similar feature called “Vine.”
And Koehn’s Digital Media has partnered up with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and others to offer video on those streaming platforms as well.
In the meantime, though, the cable companies have been doing some heavy lifting.
Netflix is offering a service that lets users access their subscription service and video content without having to sign in to a website.
This means that if you already subscribe to Netflix, you can still access your content on YouTube and other platforms without having an account.
The service also allows users to watch streaming videos on devices like Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Chromebox, Xbox, PlayStation, and other devices.
In addition, the company has been working on its own video streaming service, called “HBO Now.”
But as of this month, it will only offer a limited amount of programming, like sports and reality shows.
Netflix also recently announced that it was expanding its partnership with Amazon Prime Video, offering video on Amazon Prime, as a paid subscription service.
Netflix’s move into cloud video also means that the company is more likely to be the provider of content for its cable customers, Kuehlen says.
Kuehn’s Media is now part of a group of cable companies called the “big three” that includes Comcast, Time Warner and Comcast.
They also include Comcast’s NBCUniversal, Time-Warner Cable, and Cablevision.
Netflix was not included in the new list of companies, which also includes Amazon, Amazon Video, Hulu Plus, HBO Now, Amazon Instant Video, and others.
Koeser Media and Comcast declined to comment on the company’s plans.
But Koechs CEO, Paul Koesler, said the company had been exploring the possibility of adding video to its video offerings for a while.
“Our focus is not to have content that is exclusive to one company, or even one service, but to deliver an experience that meets the needs of customers,” he said in a statement.
“So we’re really focused on delivering the best service possible to our customers, and we’re looking forward to seeing what the future brings.”
Koehr says the company still plans