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  • L.A. city attorney sues Time Warner Cable for $10 million

    Time Warner Cable has more problems in Los Angeles. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer took a swing on Friday, filing a lawsuit against the region's largest pay TV provider. The federal suit, filed on behalf of the city of Los Angeles, alleges that...
  • Not a Virtual MSO? 'Next-Gen Cable' Service Layer3 TV Launches with Backing from CAA Fund

    Layer3 TV, a secretive Internet TV startup founded by a group of cable-industry veterans, has landed $21 million in initial financing, led by North Bridge Venture Partners and Evolution Media Growth Partners, a joint venture between private-equity firm...
  • Ronald Lauder, Pioneer of Central and Eastern European Broadcasting, Steps Down as CME Chairman

    LONDON -- Ronald S. Lauder, a pioneer of commercial broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe, has stepped down as non-executive chairman at TV network Central European Media Enterprises, of which he was founder. He will leave the board. Lauder was...
  • Netflix Buys Rights to Fox Digital Studio Films 'How to Be a Man,' Starring Gavin McInnes, and 'ETXR'

    Netflix has acquired streaming rights to a pair of Fox Digital Studio films, "How to Be a Man," a dark comedy starring Gavin McInnes, and "ETXR," a drama about an electronic-dance music DJ trying to communicate with aliens. "How to Be a Man" will debut...
  • L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees

    L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees
    Time Warner Cable Inc. has stirred anger over its hike in subscription rates for customers and its efforts to extract hefty fees from rivals to air the L.A. Dodgers channel. Now it has incurred the wrath of city officials. On Friday, the city of Los...
  • Council explores Sunset Ridge parking

    As construction of Sunset Ridge Park gets underway, one question has been worrying city staff: Where will visitors park? A possible solution emerged Tuesday, when staff explained during a Newport Beach City Council study session that a 64-space pay...
  • Undaunted By DirecTV Fracas, Weather Channel To Launch More Primetime Originals

    The Weather Company said it would continue to invest in documentary series for primetime, even as that idea has drawn objections from DirecTV, which pulled the company's Weather Channel network from its satellite service over objections to its pushes into...
  • CBS' Moonves Says 'Elementary' Nabs $2.7M Per Episode From Streaming, Syndie Pacts

    CBS' homage to the Sherlock Holmes myth, "Elementary," is getting $2.7 million per episode in the aftermarket, according to the network's top executive - the result of a demand for exclusive licensing windows from the emerging field of online-video...
  • Secretary of state candidates make their case at L.A. forum

    Secretary of state candidates make their case at L.A. forum
    From dysfunctional technology to disaffected voters, California's next top elections official is going to have his or her hands full. But all of the six men who have filed paperwork to run for secretary of state so far said at a candidates forum this...
  • For Dodgers fans, just call this new channel Sports 'Nyet' L.A.

    For Dodgers fans, just call this new channel Sports 'Nyet' L.A.
    If you're a Dodgers fan, you know somebody like Brian Gadinsky. Chances are, you may even be like Brian Gadinsky. The TV producer moved to Los Angeles on an October day in 1988. The next night, Kirk Gibson hit the home run, and Gadinsky has been...
  • When the Hoover Dam was built, this worker had the dirtiest job

    When the Hoover Dam was built, this worker had the dirtiest job
    Nobody could recall his real name. Instead, he was known simply as Alabam, probably a riff off his Southern roots. But they all knew him, the old man who played a gritty and all-but-thankless role in the Depression-era building of Hoover Dam. Alabam...