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  • FCC Chairman Wants to Redefine Internet Video to Compete with Cable, Satellite Services

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said on Tuesday that he is proposing that the definition of a multichannel programming provider be extended to the fast-expanding market for Internet video, a move he said would boost competition with cable and satellite services....
  • PBS Offers Digital Sneak Peek of Kids' Series 'Odd Squad' Before November Debut

    "Odd Squad," a new series about problem-solving kid detectives, won't appear in full on PBS's airwaves until late November - but the audience most likely to watch the program will be able to get clues about it starting today. In the latest signal that TV...
  • North End Business Owners Ask Sen. Murphy For Help With Access to High-Speed Internet

    North End Business Owners Ask Sen. Murphy For Help With Access to High-Speed Internet
    HARTFORD — Marcus Wiafe couldn't believe the price he was quoted when he asked Comcast how he could upgrade from DSL speed to something four or five times faster. Wiafe owns a broker service that contracts shipping containers for importers and...
  • Frontier's First Days: Minor Glitches, Major Ambitions

    Frontier's First Days: Minor Glitches, Major Ambitions
    NEW HAVEN — Paul Quick said all the right things Monday in his first regular business day as the Frontier Communications senior vice president and general manager for Connecticut. The first day, that is, after Frontier took over the $1.25 billion...
  • Rich Ross to Exit Shine America, Eyes Discovery Post (EXCLUSIVE)

    Rich Ross is poised to exit his post as CEO of Shine America and is expected to land at Discovery Communications in a top programming job. Ross' move comes amid the restructuring of Shine Group operations following its merger with Apollo Global...
  • Hulu Renews Viacom Deal, Expanding Selection of Nickelodeon Shows

    Hulu has renewed its distribution deal with Viacom, under which the Internet TV service will expand its kids' lineup with additional shows from Nickelodeon including Spanish-language versions of "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."...
  • Fox elevates Toby Byrne to lead TV advertising sales

    Fox Networks is consolidating advertising sales for its broadcast network and cable entertainment channels into a single group.  Toby Byrne, who has been in charge of ad sales for the Fox broadcast network and Fox Sports since 2010, will lead the new...
  • Hulu extends streaming deal with Viacom, expands library

    Hulu extends streaming deal with Viacom, expands library
    More Viacom shows will get the streaming treatment on Hulu. The streaming service announced Tuesday that it has renewed its distribution deal with the media company that allows it to replenish and expand its library of content from Viacom's portfolio of...
  • Fitzpatrick, Strouse spar on abortion, Ebola, other issues

    Fitzpatrick, Strouse spar on abortion, Ebola, other issues
    Viewpoints on abortion, the Ebola virus, marijuana and health care — and nearly $2 million in campaign cash — now divide Bucks County Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick and Kevin Strouse, his Democratic challenger for the 8th Congressional...
  • Frontier Adding Hundreds Of Jobs As It Takes Over AT&T Wireline Business

    Frontier Adding Hundreds Of Jobs As It Takes Over AT&T Wireline Business
    Frontier Communications is hiring more than 300 new unionized workers as it takes on the wireline business of AT&T in Connecticut, a $2 billion deal that closed Friday. Many of the new employees replace members of the Communications Workers of America...
  • Brad Siegel to Exit as Vice Chairman of Indie Cabler Up (EXCLUSIVE)

    Brad Siegel is stepping down as vice chairman of Up, the family-friendly cabler he launched in 2004 as Gospel Music Channel. Siegel, a cable vet who spent 10 years with Turner Broadcasting, said he felt the time was right for him to move on to new...