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  • Letters: Rim shot is no punch line for Bruins

    Letters: Rim shot is no punch line for Bruins
    Bryce Alford's winning three-point shot was correctly called goaltending, and Russell Wilson's final Super Bowl pass should have been ruled a touchdown. Konrad Moore Bakersfield :: We've heard the term "wide right" numerous times in football,...
  • No relief for Dodgers fans as FCC puts reviews of mergers on hold

    No relief for Dodgers fans as FCC puts reviews of mergers on hold
    Baseball fans looking for a resolution in the long-running battle over distribution of a TV channel featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers will have to wait even longer. On Friday, the Federal Communications Commission said it was putting on hold its...
  • Verizon FiOS drops the Weather Channel

    Verizon FiOS drops the Weather Channel
    Verizon has given the cold shoulder to the Weather Channel. The telecommunications company said its contract to carry the Weather Channel and Weather Scan on its FiOS TV service expired, and it has opted not to seek renewal. While desire to reduce...
  • Viacom restructuring results in layoffs at TV Land

    Viacom restructuring results in layoffs at TV Land
    Media company Viacom Inc. has begun restructuring its operations, resulting in layoffs in the company's advertising sales division and its TV Land cable channel. At least 20 people on Thursday were let go at TV Land, according to three people familiar...
  • Getting Dodgers' SportsNet LA to new viewers affected by media mergers

    Getting Dodgers' SportsNet LA to new viewers affected by media mergers
    PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. — Most Dodgers fans face the bitter prospect of another baseball season starting without the home team on their television set. Getting the Dodgers' SportsNet LA channel into the 70% of local homes without it has been...
  • Time Warner Cable sneaks in higher fees to customers

    Time Warner Cable sneaks in higher fees to customers
    Time Warner Cable customers may have been wondering whether there was a hidden catch when the company recently upgraded people's Internet modems for free. Time Warner said there was nothing sneaky going on. There was. Over the holidays, the cable...
  • New FCC definition of high-speed Internet may affect Comcast-TWC deal

    New FCC definition of high-speed Internet may affect Comcast-TWC deal
    The Federal Communications Commission's new definition of high-speed Internet service could become a factor in Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable. The FCC and the U.S. Department of Justice are reviewing the Comcast-Time Warner Cable...
  • FCC seeks broadband speeds with wow factor; telecom firms say, 'Whoa'

    FCC seeks broadband speeds with wow factor; telecom firms say, 'Whoa'
    Broadband Internet in this country just got a whole lot faster. Actually the definition of broadband Internet just got faster — and the cable and phone industries are none too pleased about it. The Federal Communications Commission voted...
  • Cable service without the cable box? Yes, it's possible

    Cable service without the cable box? Yes, it's possible
    James is wondering: Can he avoid Time Warner Cable's monthly fee to lease a set-top box by purchasing his own hardware? In a word, no. There are no generic equivalents for the company's digital boxes. But there's a pretty nifty work-around. ASK LAZ:...
  • SpongeBob online? Nickelodeon to offer Internet subscription

    SpongeBob online? Nickelodeon to offer Internet subscription
    SpongeBob fans rejoice: Nickelodeon is the latest cable channel to plan a stand-alone Internet offering. What's not yet known is whether this offering will be the same channel as what cable and satellite TV subscribers now get. It's possible the service...
  • Dark fiber may help light up competition in broadband market

    Dark fiber may help light up competition in broadband market
    The problem with cutting the pay-TV cord is that you still need a high-speed Internet connection. No surprise, then, that the big telecom companies are jacking up fees for broadband access. But I have two words that should worry the likes of Time Warner...