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  • 'Frozen' heats up box office. Liberty makes a Sirius move.

    'Frozen' heats up box office. Liberty makes a Sirius move.
    After the coffee. Before getting back into work mode! The Skinny: Are we all rested and ready for 2014? No? Then we should take another week off. If only we could. But since we can't, let's get back into our groove. Today's headlines include the weekend...
  • SpaceX launch today from Cape has a lot riding on it

    SpaceX launch today from Cape has a lot riding on it
    The SpaceX launch from Cape Canaveral has a lot riding on it -- and not just the Thai broadcasting satellite it's carrying into orbit, says Florida Today. The California-based space transportation company hopes a successful launch at 5:06 p.m. of an...
  • Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service

    Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service
    Sony Corp. is getting into a new facet of the TV business: launching an Internet service that will bring live television programs and on-demand content into the home. Andrew House, chief executive of the Sony Computer Entertainment Group, unveiled plans...
  • Vince McMahon and WWE go OTT. Sumner Redstone life lessons.

    Vince McMahon and WWE go OTT. Sumner Redstone life lessons.
    After the coffee. Before the first of many trips to Pasadena. The Skinny: The winter version of the Television Critics Assn. press tour kicks off today in Pasadena. Are you as excited as I am? Actually, it's not so bad (good schmoozing and free food)...
  • WWE is cutting the cord to launch its network

    WWE is cutting the cord to launch its network
    After four years and tens of millions of dollars spent on developing a new channel, WWE Corp. ultimately decided to bet on itself. Its new network, unveiled Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is not a traditional channel that...
  • Weekend preview: Shake your Buddha!

    Weekend preview: Shake your Buddha!
    The line for wristbands likely will begin to form at dawn Saturday, and there is talk among fans of camping overnight in the parking lot to assure a prime spot. Already there are Internet negotiations from around the country to barter with those lucky...
  • DirecTV may sever ties with WWE over new online network

    DirecTV may sever ties with WWE over new online network
    Satellite broadcaster DirecTV is less than thrilled with the WWE's plans to launch an online network and said it will have to rethink its relationship with the programmer and whether it will continue to offer its pay-per-view specials. As part of the...
  • Tiny satellites could revolutionize earth, space science research

    Tiny satellites could revolutionize earth, space science research
    The first U.S.-launched satellite, Explorer I, was 6 feet long and weighed 30 pounds, and it led to the discovery of the Van Allen radiation belt that surrounds Earth. More than 50 years later, scientists could do a lot more with far less. Scientists in...
  • Supreme Court to hear Aereo case

    Supreme Court to hear Aereo case
    The U.S. Supreme Court could settle the fate of a new technology company that television broadcasters fear would destroy their business. On Friday, the high court said it would hear arguments that Aereo Inc., a start-up firm, violates copyright law by...
  • St. Cloud man dreams of Martian address

    St. Cloud man dreams of Martian address
    The '60s were an heady time for space exploration. President John F. Kennedy fired the starter's pistol in the space race with a rousing speech about America's manifest space destiny: "We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things,...
  • NASA gets some funding for Mars 2020 rover in federal spending bill

    NASA gets some funding for Mars 2020 rover in federal spending bill
    Congressional negotiators released a $1.1-trillion omnibus spending bill for the 2014 fiscal year that’s more generous to NASA’s scientific endeavors than the White House’s proposal, but it may be too soon to celebrate, officials said...