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  • Broadcasters, distributors debate retransmission consent rules at FCC

     
    Broadcasters and cable operators are getting ready to square off at the Federal Communications Commission as the regulatory agency reviews its retransmission consent rules. The rules, which give broadcasters the right to negotiate fees from distributors...
  • HBO chief says all subscribers are not created equal

     
    HBO Chairman and Chief Executive Bill Nelson, who typically keeps a very low profile, made a rare appearance at an investment conference to tout the pay-cable channel's prospects and dismiss concerns that Netflix and other competitors were invading its...
  • Current TV watching Comcast-Bloomberg fight closely

     
    Bloomberg and Comcast are not the only interested parties watching to see how the Federal Communications Commission resolves their feud over where Bloomberg's business news channel should be placed on Comcast's cable systems. Also paying close attention...
  • Viacom files suit against Cablevision over iPad application

     
    The battle between programmers and cable operators over streaming content on Apple's iPad and other tablet devices just got nastier. Viacom Inc., whose holdings include cable networks MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central, has filed a lawsuit against...
  • The Morning Fix: `Cars 2:' a Mustang or a Pinto? D.C. goes after Google. Viacom sues again.

     
    After the coffee. Before figuring out what I'll do on my summer vacation. What? I don't get one in anymore? Rats. The Skinny: How is it that I can't remember what I did last week, but can remember perfectly what......
  • AMC Networks doesn't make killing in first day as public company

     
    Looks like Wall Street had a similar reaction to AMC Networks Inc.'s first day as a public company as critics did to the much-maligned season finale of AMC's murder mystery "The Killing." AMC Networks -- parent of cable channels AMC,......
  • New York schools could get $500,000 for TV rights

     
    The New York city public school system is negotiating with the MSG Varsity Network, owned by Cablevision, for a possible two-year, $500,000 contract to televise high school sporting events. Since the CIF is trying to put together a television contract.......
  • Potential list of suitors for AMC Networks should go beyond usual suspects

     
    Cablevision Systems Corp. has finally spun off the bulk of its programming assets as AMC Networks and now the guessing game is starting as to who might gobble it up. Besides the AMC channel, home to the dramas "Mad Men,"......
  • CBS and Comcast cut 10-year distribution deal

     
    CBS Corp. has struck a 10-year agreement for distribution of its broadcast network and pay television channels with Comcast Corp., the nation's largest cable and broadband provider.The deal comes at a time when relationships between programmers and...
  • Michael Hiltzik: Time Warner Cable wants my help...again?

     
    I smile a rueful smile whenever my cable company (Time Warner) tells me it has to hold down the cost of programming, or it won't have enough money left to keep its equipment and transmission lines in tip-top condition. The......
  • Consumer Confidential: Cable on your iPad, Time Warner profit, Red Double Stacks

     
    Here's your thoughtfully Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Coming soon to an iPad near you: cable TV. Cablevision Systems Corp. says it's testing technology to deliver video services to all Internet-enabled devices, including PCs,...
  • Time Warner Cable says 'Disney is the problem' [Updated]

     
    With less than a week to go before their programming contract expires, the rhetoric between Walt Disney Co. and Time Warner Cable is starting to heat up. At issue are fees that Time Warner, the nation's second-largest cable operator and......