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  • Scripps Networks Interactive Shares Rise on Discovery Acquisition Talk

    Shares of Scripps Networks Interactive climbed more than 7% in early trading Wednesday, buoyed by the news that Discovery Communications is considering a bid for the parent company of Food Network, HGTV and other channels. SNI shares were up more than 7%...
  • Obama: GOP critics of Obamacare should follow Romney example

    BOSTON -- President Obama said the buck stops with him on the failures of healthcare.gov but accused Republican governors of working against the success of the Affordable Care Act. Speaking to a crowd in Boston, at the historic hall where onetime...
  • Google Chromecast Brings Pandora to TV

    Google's low-cost Chromecast Internet TV adapter now streams Pandora's music-streaming service to HDTVs, as the device builds out its content lineup to challenge other broadband set-top boxes. Google launched Chromecast in July -- selling out initial...
  • Time Warner Cable to carry Al Jazeera America

    Time Warner Cable, one of the nation's biggest pay-TV distributors with millions of subscribers in New York and Los Angeles, has agreed to carry the news channel Al Jazeera America. The agreement, unveiled Thursday, means that the channel, owned by...
  • 'Addams Family' Reborn As Animated Movie At MGM (EXCLUSIVE)

    The durable Addams Family is heading for another incarnation, this time as an MGM animated movie. MGM is in final negotiations with BermanBraun's Gail Berman and Lloyd Braun to produce an animated film based on the comedically macabre clan, based on...
  • Time Warner Cable loses 306,000 subscribers, cites fight with CBS

    Time Warner Cable loses 306,000 subscribers, cites fight with CBS
    The month-long distribution fight with CBS took its toll on Time Warner Cable. The cable giant said it lost 306,000 video subscribers in the third quarter and attributed most of the defections to its nasty battle with CBS which led to a blackout on Time...
  • ArtsQuest announces new festival at SteelStacks Center in Bethlehem

     
    ArtsQuest, which purged three of the music festivals at its south Bethlehem SteelStacks campus last year in a cost-cutting move, has announced the addition of a new festival. The first SteelStacks Improv Comedy Festival, to be held at ArtsQuest Center.......
  • Time Warner Cable lost 306,000 video subscribers, mostly in CBS fight

    Time Warner Cable lost 306,000 video subscribers, mostly in CBS fight
    The fight with CBS left Time Warner Cable with a black eye. The cable giant said Thursday that it lost 306,000 video subscribers in the third quarter, which includes the roughly 30 days CBS-owned TV stations and the pay-TV channel Showtime were off...
  • Troubling disclosures are likely to change how the NSA does its spying

    WASHINGTON — After decades of pushing the boundaries of electronic espionage, the National Security Agency finds itself exposed as never before, and the anything-goes ethos of secret surveillance may never be the same. New limits on America's...
  • In fob we trust

     
    The blessing and curse of modern car keys Wednesday's print column Earlier this week, we traded my wife's old sedan for the key to a brand new car Literally. In the course of final negotiations with the salesman, I said......
  • Google shuts down iGoogle, which joins long line of shuttered services

    Google kicked off November by killing off one of its little-used features. The Mountain View, Calif., company got rid of iGoogle, a tool that let users set up personalized home page on their Web browser. The service was essentially Google's version of...
  • YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion

    YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion
    Advertisers are projected to spend about $5.6 billion on YouTube this year, a 51% jump over 2012 levels, according to a new analysis from researcher EMarketer. YouTube's corporate parent, Google Inc., doesn't report revenues for the site. Instead, it...