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  • CBS and Time Warner Cable reach deal to end monthlong blackout

    CBS and Time Warner Cable reach deal to end monthlong blackout
    After a monthlong blackout, Time Warner Cable Inc. and CBS Corp. reached an agreement that returned the broadcast network's programming to millions of frustrated subscribers in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas. The new distribution deal, which runs...
  • Baltimore broadband offers huge potential

    Baltimore broadband offers huge potential
    Sen. Catherine Pugh's commentary, "Municipal broadband's false promise" (Aug. 16), is flawed by many serious errors and omissions. Whoever is advising her on this issue is doing her and the people of Baltimore a disservice. Senator Pugh claims that...
  • Three Years On Top Through Innovation

     Three Years On Top Through Innovation
    At William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, employee cubicles are rapidly being replaced by shared workspaces. Computers of all sorts — laptops and tablets — are being added, and digital networks are being ramped up for speed and...
  • Colorado flood rescue efforts by air, land reach epic proportions

    Colorado flood rescue efforts by air, land reach epic proportions
    BOULDER, Colo. – Helicopters returned to the skies over Colorado on Monday as officials took advantage of a break in the weather to step up rescue efforts reminiscent of those in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. It was drizzling...
  • A 'yes' she didn't mean

    A 'yes' she didn't mean
    Two months had passed after my diagnosis last year, and I was in a panicked frenzy to escape the everyday with all its responsibilities and decisions and duties and connections and disconnections. I needed the freedom to just be. So, I booked a...
  • Having an Aereo service won't necessarily solve retransmission dilemma

    Are pay-TV distributors DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications looking to create their own version of Aereo -- the start-up that transmits the over-the-air broadcast television signals to consumers via the Internet? That's what a story...
  • Univision-ABC channel Fusion launching in a bid for young Latinos

    Univision-ABC channel Fusion launching in a bid for young Latinos
    Univision News anchor Jorge Ramos knows firsthand the challenges facing media companies as they struggle to respond to younger viewers' dramatically different media consumption habits. Ramos’ U.S.-born teenage son Nicolas doesn’t regularly...
  • 'Bad Grandpa' tops 'Gravity.' Ted Sarandos' big speech. RIP Lou Reed.

    'Bad Grandpa' tops 'Gravity.' Ted Sarandos' big speech. RIP Lou Reed.
    After the coffee. Before cranking "Rock 'n' Roll Animal." The Skinny: When other kids were buying Beatles albums, I was buying the Velvet Underground's "Loaded." Lou Reed made me feel blue when I wanted to feel blue and lifted me up when I wanted to get...
  • Time Warner Cable loses 306,000 subscribers, cites fight with CBS

    The month-long distribution fight with CBS took its toll on Time Warner Cable. The cable giant said it lost 306,000 video subscribers in the third quarter and attributed most of the defections to its nasty battle with CBS which led to a blackout on Time...
  • FAA to allow expanded use of electronic devices during flights

    FAA to allow expanded use of electronic devices during flights
    The Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday that it will let airlines expand passengers' use of portable electronic devices during all phases of flight, possibly by the end of the year. The expansion will allow most passengers to play games,...
  • Time Warner Cable lost 306,000 video subscribers, mostly in CBS fight

    The fight with CBS left Time Warner Cable with a black eye. The cable giant said Thursday that it lost 306,000 video subscribers in the third quarter, which includes the roughly 30 days CBS-owned TV stations and the pay-TV channel Showtime were off...