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  • Charter makes offer valued at more than $60 billion for Time Warner Cable

    Charter makes offer valued at more than $60 billion for Time Warner Cable
    Charter Communications has made an offer valued at more than $60 billion for Time Warner Cable, a move that could spark a new round of consolidation in the telecommunications industry. If Charter succeeds with its takeover attempt, it would be a...
  • Charter Offers to Buy Time Warner Cable for $61 Billion

    Charter Communications has gone public with an offer to acquire Time Warner Cable in a deal that would be worth more than $61 billion -- an offer the bigger operator called "grossly inadequate." Charter, having failed to sway TW Cable's board with...
  • Charter bids for Time Warner Cable. Weather Channel off DirecTV.

    After the coffee. Before scheduling my cat's haircut. The Skinny: Got home late and then had to write about the Weather Channel being officially off DirecTV (see below) which means I didn't get a chance to watch Sunday's episode of "The Good Wife."...
  • Net neutral no more! Charter blasts Time Warner Cable.

    Net neutral no more! Charter blasts Time Warner Cable.
    After the coffee. Before getting ready for American Idol's return. The Skinny: Got caught up in "Gross Pointe Blank" last night. An underrated film! I love the shrink scenes with John Cusack and Alan Arkin. Anyway, Wednesday's roundup includes the...
  • Time Warner Cable Acquisition Drama Getting Ugly

    The battle for the future of Time Warner Cable is becoming heated and unusually public, defying the protocol of what is usually a fairly cozy fraternity among cable guys. Charter Communications' pursuit of TW Cable is also shaping up to be the first...
  • Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?

    Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?
    After the coffee. Before scrutinizing the Oscar nominations. The Skinny: I got my copy of the new Roger Ailes biography "The Loudest Voice in the Room" and did what any media reporter does when a new book comes out on someone they have covered. I plowed...
  • 'Ride Along' to run over 'Frankenstein.' R.I.P. Ed Hookstratten.

    'Ride Along' to run over 'Frankenstein.' R.I.P. Ed Hookstratten.
    After the coffee. Before going off the grid for the day.  The Skinny: It was seven years ago today that I quit smoking. While I still occasionally miss my Marlboros, I have no real desire (or the wallet) to pick it up again. Today's roundup includes a...
  • NBCUniversal participates in Comcast Cares service day

    In what is billed as one of the nation's largest corporate-sponsored community service days, Comcast executives participated in improvement projects across the country -- including at an elementary school near Universal Studios in Los Angeles. On...
  • Comcast, Charter reach $20-billion deal, would swap customers in L.A.

    Cable companies Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to a $20-billion deal that would exchange subscribers in numerous markets, including Los Angeles, should Comcast prevail in its bid to acquire Time Warner Cable. Nearly 280,000 homes...
  • Comcast to swap customers with Charter in an effort to ease TWC deal

    Cable companies Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to a complex $19.5-billion deal to divvy up subscribers — including parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and Ventura counties. Comcast is already attempting to take over Time Warner...
  • Cable TV outlook bright, but rising costs a big problem, analysts say

    Wall Street is betting that the cable industry will successfully navigate an increasingly competitive landscape.  On Tuesday, top financial analysts gave a mostly upbeat assessment of the industry. To be sure, Wall Street banks have done well this...