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Net Neutrality

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  • First Comcast-TW Cable Showdown with Feds Set for March 26

    The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled what is likely to be the first public forum for scrutinizing the details of Comcast's proposed $45.2 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Judiciary Committee chair Sen. Patrick Leahy (D.-Vt.) announced...
  • Netflix to pay Comcast for smoother online video streaming

    Netflix has agreed to pay Comcast to ensure the subscription service's movies and TV shows stream seamlessly in a deal that underscores the power of distribution in the digital era — and could mean higher rates for consumers. The nation's...
  • Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds

    Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds
    Updated to correct the name of Netflix's Open Connect initiative. Netflix Inc. has agreed to pay Comcast Corp. to ensure the online service's subscribers get seamless access to movies and TV shows delivered over the Internet, according to people...
  • Why Netflix Is Actually the Big Winner in the Comcast Bandwidth Deal

    Despite the spin you may have read, Netflix is not getting screwed by Comcast, the biggest broadband provider in the U.S. In fact, through the interconnection deal with Comcast, Netflix will cost-effectively reinforce its position as the leading video...
  • Netflix to pay Comcast for faster streaming speeds

    Netflix to pay Comcast for faster streaming speeds
    (Reuters) - Netflix has agreed to pay one of the largest broadband providers in the United States Comcast Corp for faster speeds, throwing open the possibility that more content companies will have to shell out for better service. Comcast and Netflix...
  • Charter CEO Rutledge: After Losing Time Warner Cable, We're Still Interested in Acquiring Subscribers

    Charter Communications may have been blindsided by Comcast's $45 billion bid last week for Time Warner Cable -- topping Charter's hostile takeover offer -- but president and CEO Tom Rutledge said the operator continues to be interested in growing by...
  • WGA Reaches Out to MSNBC Anchors to Help Unionization Bid

    The Writers Guild of America East has reached out to MSNBC anchors Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O'Donnell, Al Sharpton, Ed Schultz and Chris Hayes to push for its unionization bid at Peacock Prods. Reps of the guild deliver more than 10,000 petition...
  • CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.

    CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.
    After the coffee. Before creating my own $20-billion app. The Skinny: My cat likes Popsicles. Just thought I'd share that with you all today. I'm still plowing through "House of Cards," which is definitely a little slower this season. I should be...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to reboot 'net neutrality' rules

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to reboot 'net neutrality' rules
    You have to give new Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler credit: He moves fast for a bureaucrat. Wheeler announced Wednesday that the commission would not appeal a recent court decision that invalidated most of the "open Internet" rules...
  • Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service

    Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google has unveiled an ambitious plan to expand its blazing-fast Internet service to millions of people in 34 more U.S. cities in the clearest sign yet that the Internet giant plans to challenge cable and phone companies in what...
  • Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable could undermine CBS deal

    The new distribution contract CBS Corp. signed with Time Warner Cable Inc. last summer after a bitter fight could be a casualty of Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of the pay-TV operator. According to people familiar with the deal, it does not...
  • Why Hollywood Should Be Watching For Robust Net Neutrality Rules

    With FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announcing plans Wednesday to do a rewrite of net neutrality regulations, studios this time around have even more reason to be concerned about how robust the agency makes its rules of the road for the Internet. As showbiz...