The month-long blackout of CBS O&Os from Time Warner Cable systems in key major markets has igniting a feverish round of lobbying in Washington, pitting cable and satellite operators who want to see…
As the CBS blackout on Time Warner Cable appears to be heading into a second week, a big contract dispute may be brewing between Dish Network and Disney/ABC and ESPN — and it could be every bit as…
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.
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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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It could be a long, hot summer for Time Warner Cable and CBS, whose contract fight has erupted into a public war of words in one of the biggest TV distribution battles to date. About 3 million Time…
Negotiations between CBS and Time Warner Cable to renew their four-year-old pact — covering retransmission of CBS owned-and-operated TV stations and carriage of cable nets including Showtime — are…
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…
Transactional attorneys include Harry "Skip" Brittenham, P. John Burke, Stan Coleman, George Cooke, Jay L. Cooper, Jacqueline Eckhouse, Craig Emanuel, Matt Galsor, Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, Joel A. Katz…
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