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  • FCC chairman expresses concern about TV networks blocking websites

    FCC chairman expresses concern about TV networks blocking websites
    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler expressed concern during a congressional hearing over the growing practice of programmers blocking access to their websites during fights with pay-TV and broadband providers. Asked by Rep. Peter...
  • Telemundo's Diaz-Balart To Replace Chris Jansing on MSNBC

    Telemundo anchor Jose Díaz-Balart will anchor MSNBC's 10 a.m. hour live from Miami, Florida, starting in mid-June, replacing the departing Chris Jansing and her "Jansing & Co." Díaz-Balart currently co-anchors Telemundo's "Noticiero Telemundo" and...
  • AT&T Will Retain U-verse TV, Won't Force Customers to Switch to DirecTV

    AT&T will not force U-verse TV customers to take DirecTV service, if the telco's $67 billion deal for the satcaster goes through, CFO John Stephens said. "Customers will have their choice," said Stephens, speaking at the J.P. Morgan Technology, Media and...
  • Meet Cat Greenleaf: Her Ad-Break Talk Show Helps USA Notch Daytime Ratings

    Advertisers may look to the USA cable outlet for shows like "Suits" or reruns of "Modern Family." But they are also taking an interest in someone who never appears on the network's primetime schedule. Since September, traffic reporter turned daytime host...
  • Be prepared: Hurricane websites and apps

    Be prepared: Hurricane websites and apps
    Social media, mobile applications and the Internet served as lifelines to millions of residents in the U.S. Northeast in 2012 when superstorm Sandy knocked out power and most other lines of communication. As hurricane season 2013 approaches, here is a...
  • Comcast investor meeting draws protest over Time Warner Cable deal

    Comcast Corp. was hoping to focus on its financial achievements and the benefits of its proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable during its annual shareholders meeting, but the cable giant continues to be dogged by concerns that it is already too big and...
  • In Slow News Week, Fox Posts Second Smallest Demo Crowd Since Before 9/11

    Following a stretch of newsie weeks with the missing Malaysian flight and the fiasco surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the May 12-18 frame was a lackluster one for all the cable news networks. In total-day averages, Fox, CNN and...
  • K-Pop stars Girls' Generation, Bangtan Boys headline KCON 2014

    K-Pop stars Girls' Generation, Bangtan Boys headline KCON 2014
    Last year, 20,000 fans attended two days of K-Pop concerts, panels and exhibits at the third annual KCON, and second in downtown L.A.. This year's crowds should get even bigger. The event, produced by the South Korean media giant CJ E&M and the cable...
  • Comcast investor meeting draws protest

    Comcast Corp. was hoping to focus on its financial achievements and the benefits of its proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable during its annual shareholders meeting. Instead, the company Wednesday was taken to task by consumer advocates and some...
  • Protests at Comcast annual meeting; baseball may want Bob Iger

    Protests at Comcast annual meeting; baseball may want Bob Iger
    After the coffee. Before getting ready for the summer news slowdown. The Skinny: "Homeland" producers should watch FX's "The Americans" to see how you make a compelling show that ends stories and creates new ones while being true to itself and its...
  • Party doesn't govern lawmakers' stance on net neutrality -- money does

    It's tempting to think of the network neutrality battle as one fought in Washington along party lines -- after all, that's true of almost everything in the capital. But recent research by the campaign finance analysts at MapLight show that the reality...