“The Simpsons” are finally headed to cable. Gary Newman, chairman-CEO of 20th Century Fox TV, told an investor confab Thursday that the studio is poised to shop a mammoth package of rerun rights to…
Broadcast Licensing Fees
The road for Aereo will come to an end, at least with respect to getting its hands on valuable TV programming without paying for it.
Regardless of who ends up owning Hulu, the Internet TV company's viewers will be seeing less of Zooey Deschanel in Fox's "New Girl" — and most likely a lot less of the most popular primetime…
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In another twist in the battle over the rates that streaming music services pay publishers and artists, Broadcast Music Inc. filed suit against Pandora, claiming that the popular music service has…
Thanks to Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, and competition among international players, the five biggest studios are seeing a surge in licensing fees — including coin earlier in a show's run — but questions…
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia is predicting an audience and policymakers backlash if broadcasters make good on threats to pull programming off free-to-air TV channels because of his company's Internet…
Seeking a rehearing of an appellate court’s decision in favor of Aereo, Fox and other broadcasters said that the startup’s ability to continue offering unauthorized streams of their signals “will…
Updated: 6:11 p.m. PDT LAS VEGAS–News Corp. president and COO Chase Carey told the opening gathering at the NAB Show Monday that if Fox does not prevail in the Aereo case, it will consider turning…
In a blow to broadcasters, a federal appellate court on Monday refused to block Aereo from delivering TV streams over the Internet.
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
A mantra is often used as proof that "old" media "gets it" when it comes to digital: Give consumers what they want, when they want it. As evidenced by a wave of recent litigation, the missing part of…