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  • Terps' Mark Turgeon denies that Seth Allen, Charles Mitchell have asked to transfer

    Terps' Mark Turgeon denies that Seth Allen, Charles Mitchell have asked to transfer
    On the same day that former Maryland guard Nick Faust’s transfer to Oregon State became official, Terps coach Mark Turgeon denied Twitter reports that two other players were on their way out of College Park as well. Turgeon wrote in a text message...
  • Megadeals Ahead of NewFronts Show Strength of Steaming Markets

    Just in time for this week's NewFronts digital programming presentations, two recent headlines underscore how significant a business Internet-delivered video has become for traditional media players. Hell didn't freeze over on April 23, even after HBO...
  • Comcast CEO: We Have Fewer Subscribers Than Netflix, Even After Time Warner Deal

    Comcast continues to paint Netflix as a competitor, as the cable giant keeps trying to make the case that it needs to swallow Time Warner Cable to have a presence on a national scale - and compete with what it portrays as surging digital-video rivals....
  • LCF Charter users could see changes

    Charter Communications customers in La Caņada Flintridge could soon be getting their TV cable and Internet services from Comcast Corp. under a proposed subscriber-base swap announced Monday. In an effort to get approval from the Federal Communications...
  • DirecTV Shares Rise After Reports Surface Of AT&T Interest

    Shares of DirecTV rose more than 5% in early trading Thursday, one day after reports surfaced that telecommunications giant AT&T is interested in buying the satellite broadcaster in a deal that could potentially create a large rival to the merger of...
  • Cox Signs On to Showtime's Streaming-Video Service

    Cox Communications has launched Showtime Networks' Internet-video service, which lets subscribers of the premium cabler watch live and on-demand access to programming on a range of devices. Showtime's deal with the third-biggest U.S. cable operator...
  • 2 middle school students charged in 'sexting,' child porn scandal

    2 middle school students charged in 'sexting,' child porn scandal
    Two boys have been charged with possession of child pornography following an investigation into alleged "sexting" at a Barrington middle school, authorities said. One of the students from the Barrington Middle School Station Campus possessed and...
  • Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant

    Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant
    Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable would give the Philadelphia company nearly 30 million cable TV and high-speed Internet subscribers. The merger would consolidate Comcast's information pipeline serving the East and West coasts. Here...
  • Start the Presses: Utility players on the council

    Start the Presses: Utility players on the council
    The Burbank City Council has no clothes. Mayor Dave Gordon had a chance this week to finally show the Media City that he could lead through a difficult and thorny issue: Whether to raise utility rates. He had his chance, but he blew it. To be fair,...
  • Faster, cheaper, better broadband in Baltimore [Commentary]

    Faster, cheaper, better broadband in Baltimore [Commentary]
    There is a monopoly for fast Internet services in Baltimore City. As a consequence, a new Comcast customer can pay as much as $1,000 more over two years for standard "triple-play" service (telephone, Internet and cable television) than would a new...
  • T-Mobile put lots of bogus charges on customers' bills, FTC alleges

    T-Mobile put lots of bogus charges on customers' bills, FTC alleges
    Federal regulators on Tuesday accused T-Mobile of bilking customers out of hundreds of millions of dollars in third-party charges on phone bills for premium services such as flirting tips and celebrity gossip that customers never authorized. In a...