Sports fans, get ready to shell out more coin to watch your fave teams skirmish on TV. Not a sports nut? Well, you're going to pay more, too, if you want to get traditional television service from a…
In Time Warner Cable's latest negotiating ploy in its standoff with CBS, CEO Glenn Britt said in a letter Monday to CBS topper Les Moonves that the cable company would be willing to offer the Eye's…
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to grant Cablevision Systems' request for a stay of a National Labor Relations Board hearing, set to begin July 8 in Manhattan. The New York-based cable operator on…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Frank Langella will topline a new production of "King Lear" set to bow at the U.K.'s Chichester Festival Theater this fall prior to a early 2014 run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Production will…
The cable industry’s practice of bundling channels is facing pressure from plenty of consumer groups, upstart competitors and John McCain. But the question posed by a class action suit is whether…
The soon-to-launch cable sports outlet, Fox Sports 1, will not broadcast the Super Bowl next year. Yet executives behind the scenes are making a play for the new network to get its share of Super…
Goeckner will serve as the chief day-to-day business officer of the HFPA.
Viacom fired off a legal reply calling for a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Cablevision Systems, which sued the media company earlier this year alleging its bundling of unpopular…
The prospect of consumers getting the ability to choose which cable channels they want has proven to be a remarkably resilient fantasy.
Avi Lerner has officially hung out the "for sale" sign on his distribution shingle Millennium Entertainment after a potential deal to unload the company fell through earlier this year.
Most cablers have long complained about bundling, whereby owners of multiple networks give them better prices on popular nets only if they also carry the unwatched dogs. So why did Cablevision…