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With the filing deadline rapidly approaching to submit reply comments in the Federal Communications Commission's Restoring Internet Freedom proceeding, another major media issue looms...
One day before Valentine’s Day, Comcast Corporation – the largest cable provider in the country and owner of NBCUniversal – announced its plan to merge with Time Warner Cable, the fourth largest paid television service in the nation behind Comcast, Dish Network and DirecTV.
With the new fall TV lineup and football season right around the corner, consumers may be getting worried that the never-ending retransmission consent wars...
Congressman Bobby Rush (D-IL) delivered a fiery and impassioned speech during a Capitol Hill policy forum hosted by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
After two weeks without access to FOX television stations, Cablevision customers in New York finally got their programming back.
Unable to reach a retransmission consent agreement, Newscorp, FOX's parent company, pulled the plug on Cablevision customers awaiting access to programming.
CBS Corporation has joined the ranks of broadcast networks seeking higher retransmission consent fees from cable operators.