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  • Yahoo's Tumblr Enhances Video Player, But It's Still No YouTube Killer

    Tumblr, the micro-blogging site Yahoo acquired last year for $1.1 billion, has rolled out new features to make itself a better home for video. But despite speculation that it's aiming to become a rival to Google's YouTube, Tumblr still has a long way to go before it can credibly challenge the Internet's No. 1 video site.
  • Alibaba looking to expand Hollywood content offering: Bloomberg

    Alibaba looking to expand Hollywood content offering: Bloomberg
    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is looking to expand its entertainment content offering on its Internet television set-top boxes through deals with studios in the United States, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the...

    FCC stops clock on Comcast, AT&T-DirecTV reviews

    FCC stops clock on Comcast, AT&T-DirecTV reviews
    Like many frazzled parents, the Federal Communications Commission has called for a temporary timeout. The FCC on Wednesday halted the 180-day clock that has been ticking on the government's review of Comcast's proposed $45-billion purchase of Time...

    FCC Pauses Comcast-TW Cable, AT&T-DirecTV Merger Reviews

    The FCC said that it was pausing its review of the proposed mergers of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and AT&T with DirecTV, as it tries to resolve an issue over who can access confidential programming contracts. The FCC's action means that it will...

    With HBO and CBS Cutting the Cord, Which Networks Will Follow Suit?

    With two swift strokes, HBO and CBS have opened new doors to a future where you won't have to pay for a huge bundle of channels to get their TV shows. Now the questions are which networks will follow suit -- and how seriously the movement will threaten...