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  • 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...
  • NBC wants another live musical. Is Adam Sandler overpaid?

    NBC wants another live musical. Is Adam Sandler overpaid?
    After the coffee. Before seeing if 'Bonnie & Clyde' ratings held up. The Skinny: I was watching "Sideways" on HBO last night and remembering that when it first came out I thought it was a compelling story about two friends at the crossroads of their...
  • Discovery Mulling Bid for Owner of Food Network, HGTV (Exclusive)

    Discovery Communications is mulling a bid for Scripps Networks Interactive, parent company of Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel and other lifestyle-oriented cablers. A source with knowledge of the situation said the prospect of Discovery making a run at...
  • Comcast to Bring More Nets, Cable Ops to 'See It' Social-Viewing Service on Twitter

    Comcast plans to add nine new programming and cable operator partners to "See It," the social platform aimed at driving up viewing on TV and online for subscription television services, including Time Warner Cable, ABC and Fox. With See It, launched last...
  • Cablevision: Aereo Is Illegal, But Broadcasters Are Wrong in Their Attack on Startup

    Cablevision Systems, aiming to protect the legality of its network DVR, released a white paper stating that while TV-streaming service Aereo is violating the law the arguments broadcasters have made in attacking the startup threaten to "cripple" cloud-...
  • Charter to Submit Bid for Time Warner Cable for Less Than $140 per Share: Report

    Charter Communications is prepping an offer for Time Warner Cable as early as next week, with a bid of less than $140 per share in cash and stock, Bloomberg reported Friday citing an anonymous source. Time Warner Cable stock opened at $131.60 per share...
  • For Comcast, Time Warner Cable's New York unit could be big business

    For Comcast, Time Warner Cable's New York unit could be big business
    Cable giant Comcast Corp. may be eyeing Time Warner Cable's New York systems so it can create its own version of Amtrak's Acela, the super fast train that takes commuters up and down the East Coast, according to a new report from Moffett/Nathanson...
  • Liberty Media's Q3 Revenue Climbs with Sirius XM Acquisition

    Liberty Media saw a big jump in third quarter revenue thanks to its controlling interest in satcaster Sirius XM Satellite Radio. Liberty CEO Greg Maffei noted that it was "a busy quarter" for John Malone's holding company, which solidified its control of...
  • Liberty Media's John Malone addresses cable industry challenges

    Liberty Media's John Malone addresses cable industry challenges
    Cable's toughest cowboy is saddling up again. This year, John Malone's Colorado company, Liberty Media Corp., acquired nearly a third of the stock in Charter Communications, the nation's fourth-largest cable company. The move came 14 years after...
  • Time Warner Cable Names Marcus Next CEO, to Replace Britt in 2014

    Time Warner Cable announced that chairman and CEO Glenn Britt will retire at the end of 2013, with Rob Marcus, currently president and COO, stepping in to take over the top job. The CEO changeover will take effect Jan. 1, 2014, the company said. Britt,...
  • 'The Wolverine' to rip up box office. Activision's big move.

    'The Wolverine' to rip up box office. Activision's big move.
    After the coffee. Before wishing Mick Jagger a happy birthday. The Skinny: Mick Jagger is 70 today. Not sure how to feel about that, but I will play "Sticky Fingers" as a salute. Friday's headlines include the box office preview, a big exit at Time...