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  • 'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT

    'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT
    TNT's new whodunit didn't look like a ratings stiff in its premiere Monday night. The crime drama "Murder in the First" scored the biggest audience for a TNT series premiere in two years, which bodes well for a network that has recently struggled with...
  • CBS Expects To Wrap Upfront As Buyers Estimate Volume Falls

    CBS said it was nearing completion of its sales for the "upfront" marketplace, which media buyers estimate will be down in terms of overall ad dollars committed in advance. CBS secured between $2.5 billion and $2.75 billion in 2013′s upfront...
  • Glenn Britt, Former Time Warner Cable Chairman, Dies at 65

    Former Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Glenn Britt died Wednesday at his New York City home. He was 65 and had been fighting cancer. Britt retired from the cable giant at the end of last year. In October, he told employees that his cancer had...
  • Time Warner's Turner Seeks Upfront Price Hikes In Line With NBC's

    Now that broadcast networks have begun to write business in TV's annual "upfront" market, cable players are preparing to join the fray. Executives at Time Warner's Turner suite of cable networks believe there's an opportunity for volume gains in the 2014...
  • Report: Univision Holds Potential Sale Talks With CBS, Time Warner

    Univision held preliminary talks with CBS and Time Warner over a potential sale, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The U.S.-based Spanish-language broadcaster is said to be seeking at least $20 billion for the sale. That's far more than...
  • Tribune Publishing to carry $350 million in debt in spinoff

    Tribune Publishing to carry $350 million in debt in spinoff
    Tribune Publishing will carry $350 million of debt when it spins off as a stand-alone company, $25 million higher than previously stated. That figure includes a $275 million cash dividend payable to Tribune Co., which remains the same.   The increased...
  • Univision owners preparing exit plan

    Univision Communications' owners are looking for an exit. Seven years ago, Los Angeles billionaire Haim Saban and four private equity firms spent $13.7 billion to acquire Univision, the nation's dominant Spanish-language media company. They figured they...
  • Is the World Cup worth it? What about the Olympics? Andrew Zimbalist on the money side of sports

     Is the World Cup worth it? What about the Olympics? Andrew Zimbalist on the money side of sports
    The World Cup trophy is a shade over a foot tall and made of 11 pounds of 18-karat gold. But its hefty dollar value is nothing compared to what's been spent on soccer's quadrennial championships, which begin in Brazil this week. In spite of billions...
  • 'Game of Thrones' season finale broke piracy records

    'Game of Thrones' season finale broke piracy records
    "Game of Thrones" closed out its fourth season on Sunday with skeleton warriors, sorcery, dragons and murder. One thing it didn't have was pirates -- Davos Seaworth is reformed. Those were only in the real world. According to the website TorrentFreak, the...
  • Advertisers Not Happy With CNN's 'Entertainment Programming'

    CNN recently unveiled a new slogan, "go there." But some ad-buying executives may not want to follow that command. As CNN begins to hold "upfront" conversations, several ad buyers say the Time Warner-owned cable-news outlet is meeting with resistance....
  • Turner Uses Funny Or Die Connection To Lure Fiat For New Round Of Advertising

    After stuffing an Italian family of three in the backseat of its cars to humorous effect, Fiat is going to introduce a new clan from the land of pasta and espresso - a ploy that executives at Time Warner's Turner hopes generates interest from a broader...
  • Who's In and Who's Out in the Digital Gold Rush

    The frenzy of dealmaking between traditional media congloms and digital upstarts is continuing into summer. In the latest moves, Time Warner is in talks to acquire 50% of hipster media outfit Vice Media for $1 billion, while Viacom bought a stake in...