CBS fired off another barb at Time Warner Cable Sunday, accusing the cable operator of not caring about its customers as negotiations over carriage fees have ground to a halt.
After weeks of haggling and mud-slinging, CBS and Time Warner Cable remained deadlocked over retransmission fees — resulting in blackouts Friday afternoon of CBS stations in New York, L.A., Dallas…
CBS and Time Warner Cable have agreed to avert a looming blackout of CBS-owned stations on TW Cable systems by agreeing to a four-day extension of the deadline in their retrans contract negotiations…
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Into the Storm
Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
WASHINGTON -- Soaring TV programming costs -- combined with a slowly shrinking base of video subscribers -- could drive a new wave of cable operator mergers, according to a panel of Wall Street…
The 2008 agreement between Time Warner Cable and CBS covering carriage of multiple broadcast TV stations and cable nets including Showtime expires June 30, according to industry sources -- and…
Call her Tribune's executive in charge of retransmission consent deals. Tribune Co. boss Peter Liguori has recruited NBCUniversal exec Dana Zimmer to serve as prexy of distribution for Tribune…
When execs at several broadcasters openly intimated their willingness last week to convert their businesses to cable if the courts didn't kill Aereo, it may have struck some as an overreaction.
The hope is that by spinning off a new network, FXX, News Corp. can extend the company's reach into the younger part of the demographic most coveted by advertisers.
While griping continues over the spiraling cost of sports networks -- largely from the multichannel operators who pay the carriage fees -- consumers appear to be willing to pick up the tab. Yet a…
Seventeen cable channels owned by Viacom went dark on DirecTV minutes before the stroke of midnight ET Tuesday as the companies failed to hammer out a new distribution agreement.