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  • Former NBCU exec Lauren Zalaznick has new hobby with LZ Sunday Paper

    Former NBCU exec Lauren Zalaznick has new hobby with LZ Sunday Paper
    Lauren Zalaznick's career has included stints as a movie producer, marketing executive and cable network president. Now she can add newsletter editor to her resume. Zalaznick spends Sundays blasting out the "LZ Sunday Paper," a collection of...
  • Why Destination America Sent The Wallflowers To A Small Arizona Town For July 4

    The Wallflowers have played concerts in practically every major city in America, but chances are they don't get to Prescott, Arizona very often. Thanks to efforts by cable network Destination America, they will. The band is part of a two-day effort by...
  • Audit: Tens of millions in cable fees sit unspent in L.A. city fund

    Tens of millions of dollars in fees paid by Los Angeles cable customers remain unspent in city coffers, with no plan for using much of the money as it piles up, according to a new audit released Thursday by the city controller. A portion of city fees...
  • Preparations for BET Experience event reach fever pitch

     Preparations for BET Experience event reach fever pitch
    Days before the Friday launch of the second annual BET Experience, L.A. Live was packed with workers feverishly getting ready for the three-day festival. Inside Staples Center, crews were preparing the arena for a weekend of shows that will include...
  • Teel Time: ACC's Swofford on NCAA reform, league finances, development of cable channel

    Teel Time: ACC's Swofford on NCAA reform, league finances, development of cable channel
    ACC commissioner John Swofford believes the NCAA will reform without splintering, “absolutely” thinks the league is financially sound, did not take a stance during recent football-scheduling deliberations and preaches patience on a potential...
  • Time Warner's Turner Near Upfront Finish As Cable Market Hovers Around Flat

    Time Warner's Turner unit of cable networks is nearing the completion of its "upfront" sales, according to a person familiar with the situation, as the overall cable marketplace for ad inventory sold against coming programs appears to be hovering around...
  • Aereo's Supreme Loss Doesn't Handcuff Anyone Except Aereo

    There's plenty of hand-wringing in the wake of Aereo's defeat before the U.S. Supreme Court about the ruling's allegedly devastating implications for technology "innovation." But the only people stifled by the narrowly tailored decision are those that...
  • CBS Summer of SVOD: Inside Amazon Deal for 'Under the Dome,' 'Extant'

    CBS is gearing up for another summer run with Amazon.com to deliver catch-up viewing on episodes of "Under the Dome" season 2 and Halle Berry starrer "Extant," starting with each show's premiere. Under the novel pact between the Eye and Amazon, first...
  • YouTube stars, video content creators fear new net neutrality rules

    YouTube stars, video content creators fear new net neutrality rules
    The big debate over net neutrality has some YouTube stars fearing that the end of the world is near. The online community has been in a dither about the future of a regulatory provision that Internet service providers treat all traffic the same. The...
  • Neal Sabin: The programming mastermind behind Me-TV

     Neal Sabin: The programming mastermind behind Me-TV
    Neal Sabin knows a hit television series when he sees it. Not the one-hit wonders, or this season's sensation, but the shows that endure for viewing after viewing, year after year. Now in his 20th year at Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, a small,...
  • 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...