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  • Updated: Time Warner Cable Still Carrying CBS Stations, Cable Networks Amid Clash Over Fees

    Time Warner Cable -- after announcing it was removing local CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas as well as Showtime and three other CBS cablers from lineups nationwide over a breakdown in contract talks -- said it was holding off on going dark on...
  • Cord-Cutting to Blame? DirecTV Loses 84,000 Subscribers

    In its second-ever quarterly loss of U.S. subscribers, DirecTV dropped a higher-than-expected 84,000 net video customers in the States during quarter ended June 30 -- a signal that cord-cutting could be taking root in the pay TV sector. The second...
  • ABC-Univision cable network, Fusion, to launch Oct. 28

    ABC-Univision cable network, Fusion, to launch Oct. 28
    Fusion, the proposed cable channel designed to target the increasingly influential population of English-speaking Latinos, is scheduled to launch Oct. 28 with a blend of news and satire shows. The initiative is a joint venture between ABC News and...
  • Fusion To Launch October 28 With Satire in Prime-Time

    Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle cable network aimed at Latino audiences and backed by Univision and Walt Disney's ABC, said it would launch in October 28 in approximately 20 million homes, bringing with it a primetime block that offers a mix of satire,...
  • 'Despicable Me 2' to crush 'Lone Ranger'; Robinov rumors continue

    'Despicable Me 2' to crush 'Lone Ranger'; Robinov rumors continue
    After the coffee. Before figuring out how early to sneak out today. The Skinny: Isn't it so nice when Wednesday feels like Friday? Most of this town already seems to have headed out the door. Wednesday's headlines include the July 4 box office preview,...
  • 'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.

    'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.
    After the coffee. Before considering a new air conditioner.  The Skinny: After writing the words News Corp. for my entire career, I now have to start writing 21st Century Fox when describing the company that houses Rupert Murdoch's entertainment assets....
  • Cable stocks rise on Time Warner Cable/Charter speculation

    Shares of U.S. cable companies rose at the end of the week on continued talk that media mogul John Malone is pushing to orchestrate a deal between Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable. Time Warner Cable's stock advanced 3.9% to $112.48 at the...
  • Time Warner Cable increases L.A. Wi-Fi hot spots

    Time Warner Cable increases L.A. Wi-Fi hot spots
    Cable companies are expanding Internet access through public wireless access points to provide Wi-Fi in more places, including beaches and shopping districts.  Time Warner Cable's Wi-Fi network in Los Angeles and surrounding areas has increased to 12,...
  • Viacom CEO mocks Sen. John McCain's anti-bundling bill

    Viacom Inc. Chief Executive Officer Philippe Dauman mocked Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) for being the sole sponsor of a new bill to overhaul the way pay-TV distributors and programmers package and sell programming. At Nomura’s Global Media & Telecom...
  • NFL is 'frenemy' to its TV partners, analyst says

    NFL is 'frenemy' to its TV partners, analyst says
    Is the National Football League biting the hands that feed it? That's the view of Sanford C. Bernstein media analyst Todd Juenger who, in a report released Monday, called the the NFL a "frenemy" to the broadcast networks and ESPN. Every Sunday ...
  • McCain is prepping legislation to overhaul pay-TV business

    The maverick wants to cook the TV industry's golden goose. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is preparing to introduce legislation perhaps as early as Thursday that would dramatically overhaul the television business and will probably be met with strong...
  • John McCain introduces Television Consumer Freedom Act of 2013

    Calling the business practices of the television industry an "injustice being inflicted on the American people," Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) introduced legislation Thursday he said will give consumers more choice and control over their pay-TV services....