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  • CBS' Lara Logan on leave after botched story. Obama visits Hollywood.

    After the coffee. Before making the stuffing and cranberry sauce. The Skinny: Who are we kidding? No one wants to be here today, and we're all looking to cut out early. But before you do, here's your Morning Fix to make you feel informed. Today's...
  • Pay-TV Prices Are at the Breaking Point -- And They're Only Going to Get Worse

    Cable and satellite TV bills have never been higher, and more mad-as-hell consumers are cutting the cord. And nothing, not even consolidation among operators, stands to reverse the trend. Several cable M&A scenarios are reportedly in play. Time Warner...
  • Starz Hops Aboard Microsoft's Xbox

    Starz is finally bringing its authenticated video service to Microsoft's Xbox -- but not yet to the latest generation of the console. The premium cabler's TV Everywhere service for subscribers, Starz Play, is now available for the Xbox 360 videogame...
  • Entrepreneur's motor sports channel gains traction

     Entrepreneur's motor sports channel gains traction
    Former long-haul trucker Forrest Lucas got so disgusted when semis would break down in the desert heat that he designed a better truck oil in the 1980s and founded Lucas Oil Products. Years later, when he needed a better way to transport his...
  • AllThingsD Splitting from News Corp.'s Dow Jones

    Tech website AllThingsD will part ways with News Corp.'s Dow Jones & Co. by the end of 2013. Dow Jones confirmed the separation and released a statement from Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones and managing editor of the Wall Street Journal. "(A)...
  • Fake Cox workers try scam in Garden City

    Fake Cox workers try scam in Garden City
    The Garden City Police Department is using social media to spread the word about two men trying to scam its residents. A Facebook post and Tweet both say that two Hispanic males have gone to a few residences in Garden City wearing Cox Communications...
  • From the Boathouse: A strand of lights along the coast

    Ahoy! December has arrived along with a plethora of Christmas parades, whether by land or by sea. However, the signal lanterns from Paul Revere's Ride for one if by land and two if by sea have been replaced by thousands and thousands of Christmas lights...
  • Time Warner Cable Appoints New M&A Exec as Deal Talk Swirls

    Time Warner Cable, a takeover target being eyed by several cable operators, is putting a new executive in charge of M&A. Christian Lee, previously the cable operator's VP of investments, will become senior VP of mergers and acquisitions effective Dec....
  • When is the Yule Log on TV 2013?

     
    During the 2013 Christmas season, you will once again have chances to enjoy a virtual blazing Yule Log on TV, both in the form of the original, WPIX version that has been around since the 1960s, as well as a 21st century version via On Demand. Here are...
  • Time Warner Cable incoming CEO stresses better customer service

    Time Warner Cable incoming CEO stresses better customer service
    Time Warner Cable's incoming chief executive wants to improve the pay-TV distributor's relationship with its subscribers. Speaking Monday at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York, Rob Marcus, who succeeds Glenn Britt as chief...
  • Netflix on Time Warner Cable Is a Possibility, Says Operator's Incoming CEO

    Rob Marcus, incoming CEO of Time Warner Cable, said the cable company is "open" to offering Netflix on its set-top boxes -- but in the same breath, he touted the MSO's ability to offer a more robust video offering on multiple devices. The remarks by...
  • Drew Petrimoulx departing Orlando for Little Rock

     
    Reporter Drew Petrimoulx is headed to Little Rock, Ark., where he will work for the duopoly of NBC affiliate KARK and Fox affiliate KLRT. ‘One reason I'm going is because it's the state capital, and I have the chance to report on politics,”...