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  • DirecTV has plenty of reasons to be patient in Dodgers showdown

    When DirecTV dropped the Weather Channel this year, it cited price as the main reason. And yet when DirecTV subsequently struck a deal to carry the channel after a three-month blackout, it agreed to pay more for the network. What changed was that...
  • Sprint, T-Mobile near an agreement on price, termination fee

    Sprint, T-Mobile near an agreement on price, termination fee
    Sprint Corp. (S) is nearing an agreement on the price, capital structure and termination fee of an acquisition forT-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) that could value the wireless carrier at almost $40 a share, people with knowledge of the matter said. Sprint...
  • AT&T's U-verse Tries to Lure Subscribers By Warning of Comcast-TWC Merger

    Getting in a dig at competitors Comcast and Time Warner Cable and their impending merger, AT&T's U-verse has sent postcard mailers to prospective customers by warning that "the two cable companies with some of the poorest overall customer satisfaction...
  • Cable TV predicted to lose customers to phone and satellite firms

    Cable TV predicted to lose customers to phone and satellite firms
    Cable TV providers will continue to struggle to hang on to customers amid increasing competition from satellite TV, telephone companies offering TV channels -- and lower cost online video services, according to a new report. Pay-television penetration...
  • ESPN Video Apps Now Streaming to Google Chromecast

    ESPN has updated the WatchESPN video-streaming apps for Android and Apple's iOS to connect to Google's Chromecast HDTV adapter, but you'll still need a pay-TV subscription to watch live sports. In addition, ABC's Watch ABC and video apps for Disney's...
  • Experts puzzle over $2-billion bid for Clippers

    Experts puzzle over $2-billion bid for Clippers
    Steve Ballmer's $2-billion offer for the Los Angeles Clippers — nearly four times the record sale for an NBA team — has experts puzzling over how the former Microsoft chief plans to make any money on the deal. But Ballmer, with a net worth...
  • 'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.

    'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.
    After the coffee. Before getting back into work mode. The Skinny: I know its sacrilege to ever have a bad thought about "Mad Men" so I'll only say I'm glad "The Sopranos" never did a song-and-dance number with Tony. Today's roundup includes the Memorial...
  • Comcast deploys its army of revolving-door lobbyists against the FCC

    Every big company tries to snag former Washington insiders for its lobbying team; the revolving door, after all, is what makes public service a stepping stone to personal wealth in the modern age. But the cable giant Comcast has been especially...
  • 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...