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  • Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Dispute Over "Raging Bull"

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it would hear a case involving the rights to "Raging Bull." The case before the high court -- brought by the daughter of one of Jake LaMotta's friends and co-authors -- isn't about who owns the rights to the...
  • John Malone: Time Warner Cable Should Be Rolling Up Cable Ops

    John Malone, the once and possible future titan of the U.S. cable biz, believes that Time Warner Cable -- a company he's harbored an interest in buying -- is in a position to snap up other cable operators. The Liberty Media chairman made the comments...
  • 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals says it is done with Aereo

    The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York is tired of talking about Aereo, the start-up service that transmits broadcast TV signals to subscribers via the Internet that the broadcast industry is trying to shut down. In April, a panel of judges...
  • Aereo CEO: Lawmakers Won't Let Networks Shift to Cable Model

    The CEO and founder of Aereo suggested that lawmakers will step in if TV networks follow through with threats to move programming from the free airwaves to cable TV as a response to courts allowing digital streams of broadcast station signals. Chet...
  • CBS Comes Out Swinging Against Time Warner Cable in Contract Fight

    CBS starting Thursday is launching a TV ad campaign warning Time Warner Cable customers that the operator is "threatening to hold your favorite TV shows hostage and drop CBS," after the two sides have failed to come to terms on a programming deal. The...
  • CBS Chief Moonves: Time Warner Cable Can Afford to Pay Us More

    CBS fanned the flames of its contract dispute with Time Warner Cable by releasing a memo penned by topper Les Moonves in which he claimed the cable operator's payments to The Eye are "out of whack" -- while TWC responded by reiterating that the CBS...
  • Why Aereo's Free Ride Will Ultimately Crash

    Broadcast TV execs are apoplectic that Aereo -- the Internet streaming-video startup they see as blatantly stealing their content -- has received several stays of execution and continues to expand to new markets. But one way or another, the road for...
  • Updated: Time Warner Cable Still Carrying CBS Stations, Cable Networks Amid Clash Over Fees

    Time Warner Cable -- after announcing it was removing local CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas as well as Showtime and three other CBS cablers from lineups nationwide over a breakdown in contract talks -- said it was holding off on going dark on...
  • Cord-Cutting to Blame? DirecTV Loses 84,000 Subscribers

    In its second-ever quarterly loss of U.S. subscribers, DirecTV dropped a higher-than-expected 84,000 net video customers in the States during quarter ended June 30 -- a signal that cord-cutting could be taking root in the pay TV sector. The second...
  • 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...
  • Fusion To Launch October 28 With Satire in Prime-Time

    Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle cable network aimed at Latino audiences and backed by Univision and Walt Disney's ABC, said it would launch in October 28 in approximately 20 million homes, bringing with it a primetime block that offers a mix of satire,...