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  • Universal Pictures aims for big part in China

    Universal Pictures aims for big part in China
    Universal Pictures is ramping up in China. The studio has been retooling since Comcast Corp. took over NBCUniversal nearly four years ago. The change of ownership brought new leadership at the century-old studio; Jeff Shell was named chairman of...
  • So, Two Millionaire Candidates Walk Into a Greenwich Restaurant

    So, Two Millionaire Candidates Walk Into a Greenwich Restaurant
    At a corner table, in an expensive restaurant, somewhere in Greenwich, Republican heavyweights Tom Foley and Linda McMahon share a light lunch. McMahon: What are you going to have, Tom? Foley: Not sure, do they have crow? McMahon: You gave it your...
  • Cubs exploring a return to WGN-TV next season

    Cubs exploring a return to WGN-TV next season
    The Chicago Cubs have hired their manager, begun renovations on their historic ballpark and are restocking their Major League team with promising young talent and the expectation of free agents to come, leaving one major item on their off-season to-do...
  • Allentown's PPL Center already up for worldwide awards as entertainment venue, operation model

    Allentown's PPL Center already up for worldwide awards as entertainment venue, operation model
    Just two months after opening, Allentown’s new PPL Center is getting industry attention – and accolades, with nominations for two prestigious industry awards. It is among four nominees as Best New Major Concert Venue in the world ┬áby concert...
  • FCC chairman faces balancing act on net neutrality issue

    FCC chairman faces balancing act on net neutrality issue
    The Internet's future as a free-flowing network rests in the hands of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler — and his attempt to craft rules for online traffic became more difficult after President Obama forcefully weighed in on the...
  • President Obama takes a huge leap forward on net neutrality

    The Federal Communications Commission has received about 4-million comments on its undertaking to remake the rules on network neutrality on the Internet. But it's fair to say that one comment, filed Monday, outweighs all the rest. It came from President...
  • USA Network's 'blue skies' programming takes an edgy, serialized turn

    USA Network's 'blue skies' programming takes an edgy, serialized turn
    USA Network, known for TV dramas of the laid-back variety, is adding more tension to its lineup. For years the cable channel has applied a lighthearted filter — dubbed within the industry as a "blue skies" approach — to its roster of...
  • Comcast, stop saying you 'agree with the President' on net neutrality

    Comcast, stop saying you 'agree with the President' on net neutrality
    The giant cable and Internet company Comcast has been trying to paint itself as a staunch defender of network neutrality. This effort has been wholly misleading, and never so much as in the company's response Tuesday to President Obama's outspoken defense...
  • Comcast launching talking program guide

    Comcast launching talking program guide
    A new voice has been added to the discussion of what to watch on TV, and it belongs to your cable box. Comcast is launching a talking programming guide for the X1 platform that features a female voice reading aloud program titles, times, descriptions...
  • Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules

    Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON — The first battle line drawn between President Obama and a resurgent Republican party is not, it turns out, over immigration. Instead, the two sides started out fighting over the future of the Internet. Obama called on the Federal...
  • Keep the web free

    Keep the web free
    President Barack Obama's declaration that the Federal Communications Commission should use its Title II authority under the Communications Act of 1934 to treat Internet service providers as "common carriers" sounds incredibly technical, but its...