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Time Warner Cable feuds with Cablevision executives over MSG fees

A dispute involving license fees for MSG Network has sparked a public skirmish between Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) and executives at fellow cable MSO Cablevision (NYSE: CVC). MSG--which is run by

Republican lawmakers introduce bill to reform retransmission consent

Two Republican lawmakers introduced bills in the House and Senate on Friday that could spark major reforms of retransmission-consent rules that have allowed broadcasters to collect increased fees

Comcast spends $1.3 billion on advertising in first nine months of 2011

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) spent $1.3 billion advertising its Xfinity TV brand and other products during the first nine months of 2011, making it the fourth biggest media buyer during the period, Kantar

Report: AT&T's attempts to sell off T-Mobile assets hit dead end

AT&T's (NYSE:T) plans to sell off assets in a bid to keep alive its proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA appear to be running out of steam, according to a report in the Wall Street

U.S. broadband outlook: Not what was expected

Kennedy Recent FCC statistical reports suggest that U.S. broadband development is headed in some surprising directions. Wireline-based broadband may become an adjunct to subscription TV

Comcast's CEO Roberts hit with $500,000 fine for stock deal

Here's one way to lower your tax burden at the end of the year. Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) chief executive Brian Roberts will pay a $500,000 fine for allegedly violated pre-merger reporting and waiting

Verizon forges new wireless-wireline enterprise business

Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) formed a new global business unit spanning its wireless and wireline operations that will be responsible for all of its business, government and wholesale operations.

Deutsche Telekom, AT&T review T-Mobile USA merger options

The fate AT&T's of the proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA will likely be decided within the next five weeks, with AT&T and US Justice Department agreeing to stay all pending

Bright House, Comcast, Verizon team up on local ad sales in Tampa

Bright House Networks is teaming up with rival Verizon (NYSE: VZ) to sell local cable advertising in the Tampa, Fla., market. The cable MSO has formed an advertising interconnect in Tampa that will

Sonic.net eyes San Francisco as next stop for its FTTH build

Sonic.net, a competitive provider known for its low priced broadband and voice services, has set San Francisco as the next stop in its own ambitious Fiber to the Home (FTTH) buildout plan. Making