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Comcast's Time Warner Deal Faces Hurdles in Washington

Comcast's Time Warner Deal Faces Hurdles in Washington
Comcast's surprising announcement of a deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion is being met with outrage by...
Read more Feb 13 2014, 5:15pm CST
 

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Apple is in Talks with Disney’s ESPN, HBO and Viacom for Internet Pay TV Service

Apple is in Talks with Content Providers for its Internet Pay TV Service
Apple is reportedly in talks with content providers like Disney’s ESPN, HBO and Viacom for its new internet-based pay TV service.
Read more Aug 22 2013, 11:35am CDT
 

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US Pay TV subscriptions poised for rebound

Source: Broadband TV News

Premiere Of Summit Entertainment's "Draft Day" - Arrivals
Recent research from Strategy Analytics forecasts a return to growth in 2014 for tyhe US pay-Tv industry at 0.14%. Read the story ...
Full article at: Broadband TV News 5 days ago, 3:27am CDT
 

Sony is Close to Viacom Deal for Internet Pay TV Service

Sony is Close to Viacom Deal for Internet Pay TV Service
Sony is reportedly very close to make cable channels streaming deal with Viacom for its all new Internet Pay TV service.
Read more Aug 16 2013, 8:57am CDT
 

Pay TV Shows Troubling Subscriber Trends

Source: 24/7 Wall St.

Premiere Of Summit Entertainment's "Draft Day" - Arrivals
The number of subscribers to pay-TV services dropped by about 588,000 in 2013, but that trend is set to reverse itself between 2014 and 2019, growing from about 101 million subscribers t ...
Full article at: 24/7 Wall St. 5 days ago, 10:45am CDT
 

New study claims 1 in 10 pay TV subscribers plan to cut the cord this year

Source: BetaNews

Premiere Of Summit Entertainment's "Draft Day" - Arrivals
Not long ago, I conducted a rather unscientific survey, asking readers if they planned to cut the cord in 2014. There was no voting, it simply relied on comments, as I wished to know your thoughts. A number of you had already taken the plunge, but we are dealing with a tech-oriented crowd. This isn't something my mom and dad will be doing -- they’d think I spoke a foreign language if I used the word Roku. Morgan St ...
Full article at: BetaNews 6 days ago, 12:09pm CDT
 

Will The Tablet Kill TV?

Will The Tablet Kill TV?
The iPad is sure as hell Trying
Read more Nov 12 2010, 1:15pm CST
 

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NAB's Gordon Smith Is Confident He Can Turn Things Around in Washington

Source: AdWeek

Broadcasters are having a tough time in Washington. A number of efforts are aimed straight at the business from the FCC's recent decision to tighten ownership rules and claw bag big chunks of the broadcast spectrum for wireless, to a very vocal pay TV lobby pushing hard on Congress to reform retransmission consent. With so much going against them, it's easy to conclude that the broadcasting lobby, once the most powerful lobby on the Hill, may be on the o ...
Full article at: AdWeek Apr 11 2014, 11:16am CDT
 

Champions League to remain on pay TV in France as rights fees escalate

Source: Sportcal.com

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Champions League to remain on pay TV in France as rights fees escala ...
Full article at: Sportcal.com Apr 11 2014, 6:10am CDT
 

Sky and Universal Music Team Up for Online Music in UK

Sky and Universal Music Team Up for Online Music in UK
Sky is the largest pay TV provider in the UK and it announced that it was teaming up with the largest music publisher...
Read more Jul 24 2008, 9:20am CDT
 


 

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