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Charter Communications and Cox Communications are in very early stages of merger talks, according to a report in Bloomberg. The report, which gives few specifics on what a merger would look like…
Liberty Global’s Chellomedia international cable channels have attracted a healthy number of suitors since the unit was put on the block in May. Liberty Global chief Mike Fries would not put a…
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John Malone, the once and possible future titan of the U.S. cable biz, believes that Time Warner Cable — a company he's harbored an interest in buying — is in a position to snap up other cable…
While some of the country’s biggest media executives decide which tennis shorts to pack, the rest of the world is left speculating about the deals they may stir up at this year’s Allen & Co…
Before there was Comcast or DirecTV, there was Tele-Communications Inc. Its founder, John Malone, built TCI into the biggest pay TV provider in the U.S. through the 1970s and 1980s. Now 72 years old…
John Malone’s Liberty Global announced that it has completed the acquisition of British cable operator Virgin Media in cash-and-stock deal valued at $24 billion. With the addition of Virgin Media…
Liberty Media said Tuesday that it will buy a 27.3% stake in the cable TV provider Charter Communications for about $2.62 billion. The Englewood, Colo.-based holding company controlled by billionaire…
Liberty Media has officially draped the "for sale" sign on Starz, which will split from its parent this week and start trading on the Nasdaq with its own stock on Monday.
This year promises to be especially busy for Liberty Media as the tight-lipped company and its chairman John Malone snap up and spin off companies at a dizzying pace.
Liberty Media chairman John Malone sees Starz marrying a big media company after he cuts the pay cable net loose by year end.