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  • Fox Acquires San Francisco TV Stations in Swap with Cox

    Fox is acquiring two San Francisco TV stations in a station-swap agreement with Cox Media Group. Deal calls for Cox to take over Fox O&Os in Boston and Memphis in exchange for Cox's KTVU-TV and KICU-TV San Francisco. KTVU is a longtime Fox affil, while...
  • June 17: Free business disaster preparation panel in Hampton

    The Cox Communications Executive Discussion Series continues 7:30-9:30 a.m. Tuesday with "Damage control: Don't be caught with your guard down" at the Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina. Business continuity is more than simply having a plan for when a disaster...
  • Kevin Hunt: Did Cox Cut His Service During Search For Cable Thieves?

    Kevin Hunt: Did Cox Cut His Service During Search For Cable Thieves?
    The cable television thief had it so much easier in the 1990s. A simple set-top box, available for less than $100 in back-of-the-magazine advertisements, was often all it took to receive monthly programming for free. Cable theft was everywhere, even...
  • A 'porno-troll' gets slapped down by another federal judge

    A 'porno-troll' gets slapped down by another federal judge
    Lawyers formerly associated with the strange legal phenomenon known as Prenda Law Group, who have inspired disdain among judges all about the country, added to their brigade of critics Tuesday. Remember Prenda Law? They were a gang of attorneys who...
  • Q & A: School district's new chief technology officer Mike Morrison

    Q & A: School district's new chief technology officer Mike Morrison
    Mike Morrison remembers geeking out on his Apple IIe, marveling at its capabilities. He thinks back to when email meant a once-a-day alert that a group of messages was ready to read. How times have changed. The former elementary school teacher and...
  • Pay-TV field could shrink again with AT&T interest in DirecTV

    Pay-TV field could shrink again with AT&T interest in DirecTV
    A rush among the nation's largest pay-TV and Internet providers to get even bigger could have profound effects on consumers and competition. Telecommunications giant AT&T has approached DirecTV about buying the satellite broadcaster in a bid to become...
  • Kittens survive 100-mile journey packed in shipping box

    Kittens survive 100-mile journey packed in shipping box
    What could have been a cat-astrophe turned out to be a miracle when two newborn kittens somehow survived a 100-mile journey packed in a shipping box with fiberglass equipment, ABC 10 News is reporting. Thinking it was safe, the mother likely placed...
  • Time Warner Cable Will Market Startup's Fan TV as Alternative to Its Own Set-Tops

    Hate your cable set-top? Time Warner Cable will soon be suggesting customers to go out and buy a cool new $99 device that provides access to live TV and Internet-streaming services -- with a sleek new menu that outshines TW Cable's own guide. Fanhattan's...
  • Kevin Hunt: What Is $1.50 'Broadcast TV Fee' On Cable Bill? (It's Worth Billions)

    Kevin Hunt: What Is $1.50 'Broadcast TV Fee' On Cable Bill? (It's Worth Billions)
    Q: "My latest Comcast bill includes a new fee, the Broadcast TV Fee, for $1.50. The explanation is the 'fee recovers a portion of the cost of retransmitting television broadcast signals.' Isn't that basically what cable TV does? Why a separate fee? A...
  • Cable TV outlook bright, but rising costs a big problem, analysts say

    Cable TV outlook bright, but rising costs a big problem, analysts say
    Wall Street is betting that the cable industry will successfully navigate an increasingly competitive landscape.  On Tuesday, top financial analysts gave a mostly upbeat assessment of the industry. To be sure, Wall Street banks have done well this...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: Commission Is Not 'Gutting' Net Neutrality Rules

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler took the stage at the Cable Show 2014 to keep up his PR campaign defending the commission's revised net neutrality regulations - and put cable operators on notice that he'll act swiftly to stop any Internet service providers...
  • Cox Signs On to Showtime's Streaming-Video Service

    Cox Communications has launched Showtime Networks' Internet-video service, which lets subscribers of the premium cabler watch live and on-demand access to programming on a range of devices. Showtime's deal with the third-biggest U.S. cable operator...