RECENT NEWS
Wall Street Journal  Feb 8  Comment 
Viacom, long the poster child of the supersize cable TV bundle, is planning to narrow its strategic focus to six key channel brands as it seeks to reset its frayed relationships with distribution partners.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 26  Comment 
Comcast reported better-than-expected results and added cable TV customers in the fourth quarter, culminating a strong year in which it added net video customers for the first time in a decade.
The Economic Times  Jan 25  Comment 
Television Networks (Regulation) Amendment Act, 2011 has made it mandatory for switch-over of the existing analogue Cable TV networks to Digital Addressable System (DAS) in four phases
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 23  Comment 
The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting on Friday said that it has decided to extend the deadline for Phase IV of Cable TV Digitization to March 31, 2017. In an official statement it said t...
TechCrunch  Dec 12  Comment 
 If you’ve watched or been to a professional sports game in the past year you’ve no doubt seen advertisements for daily fantasy sports companies like DraftKings and FanDuel. In just a few years the industry has become the hottest thing in the...
Wall Street Journal  Dec 7  Comment 
AT&T Inc. Chairman Randall Stephenson plans to tell senators Wednesday his company’s deal with Time Warner Inc. will “disrupt” the long-established cable TV model in ways that will benefit consumers, according to his prepared testimony.
Wall Street Journal  Nov 30  Comment 
Want to cut cable? Guess what: DirecTV Now, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue can still look a lot like old cable TV. Geoffrey A. Fowler explains how to get the most from the new pay-TV services.
Benzinga  Nov 7  Comment 
Hillary Clinton will gain control of the White House and the Republican party will maintain control of the House, at least according to Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH). Dish announced the results of its "Viewers to Voters," which is a predictive...
MarketWatch  Nov 2  Comment 
Time Warner reported profit and revenue ahead of Wall Street’s expectations and raised its outlook for the year, with a lot of the credit going to the company’s cable TV and film businesses.
Wall Street Journal  Nov 2  Comment 
Time Warner, which two weeks ago agreed to sell itself to AT&T, raised its outlook for the year and reported solid third-quarter results, powered by growth in its cable TV and film businesses.




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