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  • Dodgers channel plays hardball. Jimmy Fallon makes debut.

    Dodgers channel plays hardball. Jimmy Fallon makes debut.
    After the coffee. Before checking Jimmy Fallon's ratings. The Skinny: Watched episode four of "House of Cards" last night. No spoiler here but I think CNN's Ashleigh Banfield got a more high-profile assignment in a fictional TV show than she ever...
  • Dish Abandons Four-Year Effort to Trademark 'TV Everywhere'

    Dish Network's prolonged fight to own the term "TV Everywhere" ultimately went nowhere. The satcaster has quietly walked away from its battle with Time Warner Inc., DirecTV, Comcast and other cable operators in trying to secure trademark protection on...
  • ABC Will Live-Stream Oscars to Web, Mobile Apps for First Time -- But There's a Catch

    ABC will use this Sunday's Oscars telecast as a carrot to lure viewers to its Watch ABC mobile and web video services. But the Alphabet net is setting up a digital velvet rope: It will let only subscribers of participating pay-TV providers in eight...
  • ABC to live stream Academy Awards telecast on limited basis

    ABC to live stream Academy Awards telecast on limited basis
    For the first time, ABC will live stream the Academy Awards -- but only on a limited basis. Sunday night's red carpet preshow, the entire 86th Annual Academy Awards program and "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars," will be made available to cable...
  • Academy Awards show advertising retains a golden aura

    Long relationships are rare in Hollywood — except when it comes to Oscar. During Sunday's telecast of the 86th Academy Awards, McDonald's Corp. is set to make its 23rd straight appearance in Hollywood's biggest night, and American Express Co. will...
  • Planned job cuts up by 8 percent in February

    Planned job cuts up by 8 percent in February
    Planned job cuts in Florida increased by 8 percent in February over a year ago, outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas said Thursday. Job cuts that were announced by employers totaled 1,486 in February compared with 1,384 in the same month in...
  • L.A. city attorney sues Time Warner Cable for $10 million

    L.A. city attorney sues Time Warner Cable for $10 million
    Time Warner Cable has more problems in Los Angeles. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer took a swing on Friday, filing a lawsuit against the region's largest pay TV provider. The federal suit, filed on behalf of the city of Los Angeles, alleges that...
  • L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees

    L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees
    Time Warner Cable Inc. has stirred anger over its hike in subscription rates for customers and its efforts to extract hefty fees from rivals to air the L.A. Dodgers channel. Now it has incurred the wrath of city officials. On Friday, the city of Los...
  • Univision-ABC channel Fusion launching in a bid for young Latinos

    Univision-ABC channel Fusion launching in a bid for young Latinos
    Univision News anchor Jorge Ramos knows firsthand the challenges facing media companies as they struggle to respond to younger viewers' dramatically different media consumption habits. Ramos’ U.S.-born teenage son Nicolas doesn’t regularly...
  • Cable operators offer the Filipino Channel in wake of disaster

    U.S. cable television operators -- including Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications -- are allowing more customers access to the Filipino Channel in the wake of last week's devastating Typhoon Haiyan. The channel has been providing special coverage...
  • Internet Providers Appeal Order to Reveal Names of Porn Movie Pirates

    Cox Communications, AT&T, Bright House Networks, Verizon and Comcast contend that a company's effort to find the names of IP addresses that downloaded pirated copies of a porn movie is really a case of copyright trolling in order to extract settlements...
  • Bye-Bye, Vampire Set-Tops: Pay-TV Boxes Will Suck Less Power in Deal to Save $1 Bil in Annual Energy Costs

    So-called "vampire" TV set-top boxes that devour more power than some refrigerators are on their way out -- at least, most of them are. Big cable and satellite TV providers and their manufacturing partners have agreed to curtail energy-hungry boxes for...