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  • FCC's Wheeler tries new sales pitch for Net neutrality proposal

    FCC's Wheeler tries new sales pitch for Net neutrality proposal
    Even before he released the first summary, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has been trying to set the record straight about his Net neutrality proposal. But when the actual language is released this week, critics may still reject...
  • Public comment sought on FCC chairman's proposed Internet rules

    Public comment sought on FCC chairman's proposed Internet rules
    Responding to a sharp public backlash, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler revised his proposed Internet traffic rules as he tries to secure support for the agency to start formally considering them this week. The new net neutrality...
  • The net neutrality battle: FCC chairman backs away, but not enough

    The net neutrality battle: FCC chairman backs away, but not enough
    Fans of net neutrality--the idea that Internet service providers shouldn't be able to block, slow, or favor some content providers over others--should show FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler a little love. Obviously, that's not because Wheeler's open-Internet...
  • The Dodgers TV debacle shows the peril in the AT&T/DirecTV deal

    The Dodgers TV debacle shows the peril in the AT&T/DirecTV deal
    My colleagues Jim Peltz and Bill Plaschke both reviewed the ongoing fiasco of the Dodgers' TV rights deal this weekend. Both came to the same conclusion--that it's a disaster for the ball club and for the fans. Frankly, who could look at the facts and...
  • Reliance's Hollywood Connections Offer a Reminder: Biz Can Easily Burn Outsiders

    The Ambani name -- the family behind DreamWorks' investor Reliance-Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group -- counts for plenty in India. Anil's father, Dhirubhai, was a rags-to-riches trader who helped introduce a raft of modern industries to India, and made a...
  • Comcast, Charter Appoint Cable Veteran Michael Willner CEO of Spinoff MSO

    Cable industry vet Michael Willner will serve as president and CEO of "SpinCo," the new cable company with 2.5 million subscribers that Comcast will spin off after its acquisition of Time Warner Cable under Comcast's deal with Charter. Willner was a co-...
  • AT&T's U-verse Tries to Lure Subscribers By Warning of Comcast-TWC Merger

    Getting in a dig at competitors Comcast and Time Warner Cable and their impending merger, AT&T's U-verse has sent postcard mailers to prospective customers by warning that "the two cable companies with some of the poorest overall customer satisfaction...
  • 'Godzilla' Director Gareth Edwards, Legendary's Thomas Tull on Doing the 'King of the Monsters' Justice

    Hollywood can be a beast for anyone looking to establish a business. Movies and TV shows frequently fail. Financing can dry up instantly. And the outsized egos and conflicting agendas of insecure executives can drive anyone mad. So the long odds overcome...
  • Why AT&T wants DirecTV

    Less than three years after the Justice Department put the kibosh on AT&T's proposed $39-billion purchase of T-Mobile, the erstwhile Ma Bell is teeing up a larger deal: a $49-billion acquisition of satellite broadcaster DirecTV. The new merger raises some...
  • Life in the slow lane [Editorial]

    Life in the slow lane  [Editorial]
    One of the marvels of the Internet to date is that it's largely been a level playing field where there is equal access to all (at least those not blocked by oppressive governments), an arrangement that has not only encouraged innovation and investment but...
  • FlyHunter Origins embraces mobile technology

    GamerHub.tv Steel Wool Games comes from the Hollywood CGI industry, which is used to having the necessary horsepower to bring 3D computer animation to life. As mobile game technology has evolved, these creatives have been able to bring worlds alive...