Time Warner Cable is donning rabbit ears. With the CBS blackout in key markets heading into a fourth week, the cable company is giving away free TV antennas to customers so they can watch the Eye…
Does Uncle Sam need to step in to make sure consumers can watch the boob tube without interruption? American regulators should adopt rules forbidding TV blackouts, according to a cable lobbying group…
As Time Warner Cable has refused to budge on CBS's distribution demands, cable rival Verizon Communications has agreed to pay the Eye to keep its stations on the air for three more years. CBS struck…
CBS has released the full letter CEO Les Moonves wrote to Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, in which Moonves calls the TWC a la carte proposal an “empty gesture” meant to “muddy the water and…
CBS fanned the flames of its contract dispute with Time Warner Cable by releasing a memo penned by topper Les Moonves in which he claimed the cable operator's payments to The Eye are "out of whack" —…
The station marketplace is morphing into mega groups as owners seek economies of scale.
Tribune Co., doubling down on the broadcast television biz, announced an agreement to acquire Local TV Holdings's 19 TV stations in 16 key markets for $2.725 billion in cash — a deal that would make…
Some 3 million Cablevision subscribers missed the opening moments of the 2010 Oscarcast when WABC battled with the cable op over retrans consent.
Fox is getting into the infomercial business. In an unprecedented move, Fox will program two hours of longform commercials on Saturday mornings starting in January.
Despite a catchy title and overall sense of enterprise, J-horror "Hellevator" never quite gets off the ground floor. One of a multitude of DV pictures that reps the underbelly of the Japanese…
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300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$11.5M Cumulative:$45.0M Warner Brothers -28.56%
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$9.8M Cumulative:$32.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -31.73%
Non-Stop3Daily:$4.0M Cumulative:$52.6M Universal Pictures -43.54%