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  • Mediaset Mulls Merging Italo And Spanish Pay-TV Ops

    ROME - Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset is mulling merging its pay-tv operations in its core Italian and Spanish markets, the top Italian commercial broadcaster announced on Wednesday. In a statement Mediaset, which is run by Piersilvio Berlusconi (pictured)...
  • Lockheed Martin ends support of Boy Scouts over ban on gay leaders

    Lockheed Martin ends support of Boy Scouts over ban on gay leaders
    The Boy Scouts of America's ban on gay leaders is losing the organization more money -- this time from Maryland. This week, Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin, one of the largest private employers in the state, announced it will no longer provide...
  • SPT Expands Arabic Footprint With Local 'Ugly Betty' Version

    Sony Pictures Television is expanding its footprint in the Arabic world with its own Arabic version of hit telenovela "Betty La Fea" (Ugly Betty) which will air on small but prominent Middle East and North Africa (MENA) pay TV network Orbit Showtime...
  • Intel Pushes Internet TV Launch to 2014 as It Seeks Partners: Source

    Intel's launch of an over-the-top TV service that would compete with cable and satellite giants will be delayed until 2014, as the chipmaker scrambles to find partners to help it come to market, according to an industry source familiar with Intel's...
  • Small-cap effect in January

    (EDITOR'S NOTE: Andrew Leckey, who has written his investment column for TMS for more than 26 years, will no longer write the column in order to focus on his efforts as president of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona...
  • 'Meatballs' reigns. Houston sports channel goes bust. Zalaznick out.

    After the coffee. Before over-analyzing the end of "Breaking Bad." The Skinny: I was all set to see "Don Jon" on Sunday but the ArcLight in Hollywood had other plans and canceled the early afternoon screening in the dome. A text or an email might...
  • Hulu's Advertising Chief Is Latest Exec to Exit

    JP Colaco, one of Hulu's first employees and the exec in charge of advertising sales and operations, will depart the company next month. Colaco will leave the Internet TV joint venture later in October and "pursue one of a few new startup opportunities...
  • Broadway Bands with Odd Bedfellows for Broadcast Spectrum Battle

    Not many things can unite Broadway and non-profit theaters with major league sports and mega-churches. But they're all part of the posse that has banded together for "Pardon the Interruption," a Capitol Hill forum centered on preserving the wireless...
  • Tom Wheeler Gains Senate Committee Approval for FCC Chair

    The Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday approved the nomination of Tom Wheeler as the next chairman of the FCC, although questions remain as to how quickly his selection will gain a floor vote. Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W. Va.), chairman of the Commerce...
  • Intel Realizes People Don't Want a Set-Top That Watches Them

    Intel Media is eliminating the camera and facial-recognition features from the set-top box for its forthcoming Internet TV service -- concluding that any gee-whiz upside from the tech outweighed the likelihood of creeping out many prospective customers....
  • Time Warner Cable Q2 Broadband Revenue Surges, Largely Thanks to Cable-Modem Fees

    Time Warner Cable's broadband revenue climbed 12.5% in the second quarter, to $1.42 billion -- driven primarily by higher-speed tiers and recently introduced cable-modem rental fees, which the operator just hiked 50% to $5.99 per month. Over all, TW...