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  • Gendler, Connolly Upped at AMC/Sundance Channel Global

    MADRID - Two of the executives who are shaping AMC/Sundance Channel Global's roll-out around the world have been upped at the company, Gail Gendler to vice president, acquisitions, and Patrick Connolly to VP, programming and scheduling. Both will...
  • Discovery Extends CEO Zaslav's Contract Through End of 2019

    David Zaslav will remain at the head of Discovery Communications through the end of 2019, under a new contract unveiled Friday by the Silver Spring, Md., owner of the Discovery, TLC, and Investigation Discovery cable networks. The move suggests the board...
  • John Malone's Liberty Global Reaches $13.7 Bil Deal for Dutch Operator Ziggo After Sweetening Bid

    Liberty Global, the international cable operator holding company controlled by John Malone, announced a conditional agreement to acquire Dutch operator Ziggo in a deal valuing Ziggo at $13.7 billion. Malone also has eyes on expanding his holdings in...
  • Comcast to Take Manhattan? Operator Near Deal with Charter to Divvy Up TW Cable Territories

    Comcast is closing in on a deal with Charter Communications to carve up Time Warner Cable's operations, Bloomberg reported Monday -- but such a transaction would happen only if Charter's hostile takeover for TW Cable actually transpires. Charter and Time...
  • John Malone's Liberty Targets Dutch Cabler Ziggo in $7.3 Billion Deal

    LONDON -- John Malone's Liberty Global is in takeover talks with Dutch cabler Ziggo in a deal thought to be worth up to Euros 5.3 billion ($7.3 billion). "There is no certainty that any agreement can be reached or that any offer will ultimately be made,"...
  • 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...
  • Lucas Oil's cable play. 'Family Guy' fans mad about Brian's death.

    Lucas Oil's cable play. 'Family Guy' fans mad about Brian's death.
    After the coffee. Before freezing my you-know-what off! The Skinny: I'm in D.C. for Thanksgiving, and it's cold and wet here. But that's not nearly as bad as watching the Redskins lose on East Coast time. At least on the West Coast I don't have to...
  • Intel Seeking $500 Mil to Unload Internet Pay-TV Unit: Report

    Intel wants to sell its over-the-top pay TV service for $500 million, while Verizon -- one of the potential buyers -- has been discussing Internet distribution rights with programmers, Bloomberg reported. Intel, after spending more than two years...
  • Why Intel's Huge Project to Challenge Pay TV Could End Up in Pay-TV Land

    Intel Media built what company execs -- and others in the industry -- believed to be a smarter, sleeker and more personalized subscription TV service, designed to steal customers from cable and satellite incumbents. But now it appears Intel's ambitious...
  • AMC to Buy Liberty Global's Chellomedia for $1.035 billion

    LONDON -- AMC Networks has inked a deal to acquire Chellomedia, the international content division of Liberty Global, for €750 million ($1.035 billion). The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2014. The acquisition gives AMC access...
  • Intel Pushes Internet TV Launch to 2014 as It Seeks Partners: Source

    Intel's launch of an over-the-top TV service that would compete with cable and satellite giants will be delayed until 2014, as the chipmaker scrambles to find partners to help it come to market, according to an industry source familiar with Intel's...
  • Travel Channel Chief Laureen Ong to Exit

    Cable vet Laureen Ong is stepping down from Scripps Networks Interactive's Travel Channel at the end of the month after more than three years as president. Scripps Networks' prexy Burton Jablin will oversee the cabler until a successor to Ong is named....