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  • Regulators Ready to Take the Field for Dodgers Dispute

    The impasse over rights to the Los Angeles Dodgers, which has left 70% of television viewers in the market unable to access broadcasts of the hometown baseball team's games, indicates that there may just be a limit to the stratospheric cost of sports...
  • Yahoo Hires Netflix Exec Mike Kail

    Yahoo has recruited Mike Kail, previously head of information-technology operations at Netflix, to be chief information officer and SVP of infrastructure. At Yahoo, Kail will lead Yahoo's IT and data-center operations, reporting to CEO Marissa Mayer....
  • Apple TV Adds Fox, CNBC Channels -- But You Still Need a Pay-TV Subscription for Full Access

    Apple continues to bulk up the programming lineup on the Apple TV set-top, with the tech giant adding channels for full episodes from Fox as well as live streaming of CNBC. However, both the Fox Now and CNBC services on Apple TV require users to...
  • Big Ten hopes future schedules pay off with playoff berth

    CHICAGO — The Big Ten's expansion to nine conference games in 2016 will enable each school to face every Big Ten team at least once in a four-year span. But it will also phase out nonconference matchups with Football Championship Series programs....
  • Charter blasts Time Warner Cable while making case to buy it

    Charter blasts Time Warner Cable while making case to buy it
    Charter Communications executives think Time Warner Cable is a troubled asset with bad leadership and horrible customer service and is too cheap to upgrade its Internet and video operations to better serve its subscribers. And Charter is eager to make a...
  • Time Warner Cable increases L.A. Wi-Fi hot spots

    Time Warner Cable increases L.A. Wi-Fi hot spots
    Cable companies are expanding Internet access through public wireless access points to provide Wi-Fi in more places, including beaches and shopping districts.  Time Warner Cable's Wi-Fi network in Los Angeles and surrounding areas has increased to 12,...
  • 'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.

    'The Heat' to heat up weekend. Netflix introduces its own Siri.
    After the coffee. Before considering a new air conditioner.  The Skinny: After writing the words News Corp. for my entire career, I now have to start writing 21st Century Fox when describing the company that houses Rupert Murdoch's entertainment assets....
  • Cable stocks rise on Time Warner Cable/Charter speculation

    Cable stocks rise on Time Warner Cable/Charter speculation
    Shares of U.S. cable companies rose at the end of the week on continued talk that media mogul John Malone is pushing to orchestrate a deal between Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable. Time Warner Cable's stock advanced 3.9% to $112.48 at the...
  • ABC-Univision cable network, Fusion, to launch Oct. 28

    ABC-Univision cable network, Fusion, to launch Oct. 28
    Fusion, the proposed cable channel designed to target the increasingly influential population of English-speaking Latinos, is scheduled to launch Oct. 28 with a blend of news and satire shows. The initiative is a joint venture between ABC News and...
  • CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable

    CBS channels go dark on Time Warner Cable
    Unable to come to terms on a new distribution agreement, CBS-owned channels have gone dark on Time Warner Cable systems around the country, including Los Angeles and New York City. In Los Angeles, the signals of KCBS-TV Channel 2 and KCAL-TV Channel 9...
  • CBS blocks Time Warner Cable subscribers from watching shows online

    CBS blocks Time Warner Cable subscribers from watching shows online
    Time Warner Cable subscribers who want to watch CBS programs on the network's website are out of luck as a result of the distribution fight between the two companies.  CBS makes a substantial amount of its content available on CBS.com, but it's blocking...