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  • NBCUniversal Names Alison Moore Head of TV Everywhere, After Shutting Down DailyCandy

    NBCUniversal has named Alison Moore -- previously GM of DailyCandy, the female-focused website the Peacock shuttered last week -- general manager and EVP of TV Everywhere in the company's content distribution group. In the newly created role, Moore...
  • ABC Will Live-Stream Oscars to Web, Mobile Apps for First Time -- But There's a Catch

    ABC will use this Sunday's Oscars telecast as a carrot to lure viewers to its Watch ABC mobile and web video services. But the Alphabet net is setting up a digital velvet rope: It will let only subscribers of participating pay-TV providers in eight...
  • ABC to live stream Academy Awards telecast on limited basis

    ABC to live stream Academy Awards telecast on limited basis
    For the first time, ABC will live stream the Academy Awards -- but only on a limited basis. Sunday night's red carpet preshow, the entire 86th Annual Academy Awards program and "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars," will be made available to cable...
  • ESPN Launches 15 College Conference Channels on Apple TV, Roku (EXCLUSIVE)

    ESPN is giving 15 college conferences their own dedicated, national TV channels stocked with live events and on-demand replays - streamed over the Internet, initially to Apple TV and Roku devices. The sports cabler is launching the new channels through...
  • Comcast turning Chicago homes into public Wi-Fi hot spots

    Comcast turning Chicago homes into public Wi-Fi hot spots
    Comcast customers looking for a Wi-Fi hot spot might want to try their neighbor's yard. The cable and Internet provider has begun to turn hundreds of thousands of Chicago-area homes into virtual coffee shops, using existing Comcast equipment to build...
  • Programmers May Worry Over Comcast-Time Warner Cable Pact

    Comcast has long been a formidable entity for TV networks who need its connections to viewers' homes to keep their ratings sound. Now that sparring partner is about to bulk up. By proposing to buy Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal valued at $45.2...
  • Showtime App Goes Live on Roku -- But Comcast Is Not on Board

    Showtime Networks has launched its authenticated streaming-video service on Roku broadband set-top boxes, providing access to to hundreds of hours of on-demand content and live TV feeds, available to subscribers of several major pay-TV partners. It's the...
  • Dish Abandons Four-Year Effort to Trademark 'TV Everywhere'

    Dish Network's prolonged fight to own the term "TV Everywhere" ultimately went nowhere. The satcaster has quietly walked away from its battle with Time Warner Inc., DirecTV, Comcast and other cable operators in trying to secure trademark protection on...
  • Utah Federal Judge Halts Aereo in Salt Lake City and Denver

    A federal judge in Utah has imposed a preliminary injunction on Aereo's operations, a win for broadcasters as they seek to halt the startup streaming service in Salt Lake City and Denver. "Based on the plain language of the 1976 Copyright Act and the...
  • Where does WhatsApp acquisition rank in history of tech deals?

    Where does WhatsApp acquisition rank in history of tech deals?
    One day later, Silicon Valley is still trying to pick its collective jaw off the floor following news that Facebook is going to buy WhatsApp for $19 billion. Even in a region accustomed to seeing companies pay big bucks for other companies with little...
  • Charter CEO Rutledge: After Losing Time Warner Cable, We're Still Interested in Acquiring Subscribers

    Charter Communications may have been blindsided by Comcast's $45 billion bid last week for Time Warner Cable -- topping Charter's hostile takeover offer -- but president and CEO Tom Rutledge said the operator continues to be interested in growing by...