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  • New York Times Adds Fuel to Fire Against Big Media Mergers

    Joining the chorus of critics railing against the tide of Big Media mergers, the New York Times published an editorial Tuesday opposing Comcast's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable, concluding that the $45 billion deal will "concentrate too much...
  • Lakers Spanish-language radio voice Fernando Gonzalez sues team

    Lakers Spanish-language radio voice Fernando Gonzalez sues team
    Longtime Lakers Spanish-language radio play-by-play announcer Fernando Gonzalez has filed a lawsuit against the team and Time Warner Cable. As detailed by the Hollywood Reporter, Gonzalez is suing the team and the network for discrimination and...
  • Consumers Received 1.3 Million 'Copyright Alerts' in 2013 as Part of Anti-Piracy Initiative

    An anti-piracy program launched last year by movie studios, record companies and Internet providers sent out 1.3 million alerts to consumers that they were accessing infringing content. The figures for the first 10 months of the program, released on...
  • James Murdoch on Cord-Cutting, 'Fault in Our Stars' and 'Simpsons' Syndication

    For James Murdoch, bigger is most certainly better. From "The Simpsons" to cricket, the 21st Century Fox co-chief operating officer stressed that the entertainment conglomerate is concentrating on brands that have international appeal at a time when...
  • The Aereo Decision: 5 Likely Scenarios for What's Next

    In the hours after the Supreme Court ruling in Aereo, consumer groups declared a victory for rising cable prices. Public interest groups declared it a win for big media dominance. And Aereo's CEO declared that the decision sends a "chilling message" to...
  • Report: Former Microsoft CEO Near Deal to Acquire Clippers for $2 Billion

    Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is close to acquiring the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion, according to published reports. Sources tell Variety that Ballmer parked himself at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills during the past week while he...
  • Audit: Tens of millions in cable fees sit unspent in L.A. city fund

    Audit: Tens of millions in cable fees sit unspent in L.A. city fund
    Tens of millions of dollars in fees paid by Los Angeles cable customers remain unspent in city coffers, with no plan for using much of the money as it piles up, according to a new audit released Thursday by the city controller. A portion of city fees...
  • Pay-TV's bundling gets reprieve in high court's Aereo ruling

    In its ruling against the TV streaming company Aereo Inc., the Supreme Court has removed one of the most visible threats to the pay-TV industry's notoriously expensive bundle. Aereo uses tiny antennas to deliver over-the-air TV signals via the Internet....
  • The second half begins and somehow the Dodgers still aren't on TV

    The second half begins and somehow the Dodgers still aren't on TV
    The first half is over, and how 'bout those Dodgers? Did you see those no-hitters by Clayton Kershaw and Josh Beckett? The exciting Dee Gordon leading the majors in stolen bases and triples? The Yasiel Puig throws and bat flips? What, no? Not one...
  • With TV blackout, these Dodger fans might not come back

    To the editor: As a season ticket holder since 1980, I am sad to report that current Dodgers ownership is plumbing the depths formerly reserved for Frank McCourt. ("Dodgers aren't doing enough to end broadcast blackout," Column, June 24) Speaking of...
  • Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant

    Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant
    Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable would give the Philadelphia company nearly 30 million cable TV and high-speed Internet subscribers. The merger would consolidate Comcast's information pipeline serving the East and West coasts. Here...
  • AT&T and DirecTV argue merger will benefit customers in FCC filing

    AT&T and DirecTV argue merger will benefit customers in FCC filing
    By teaming up, AT&T and DirecTV will be a strong competitor to cable giant Comcast Corp. and other pay-TV providers, which will benefit consumers, the two companies told the Federal Communications Commission Wednesday. "The combination of AT&T and...