New York Times  9 hrs ago  Comment 
A 6 percent decrease in operating income at the cable TV division, which includes ESPN, was attributed to the timing of some college bowl games.
MarketWatch  Feb 9  Comment 
Investors have been fretting about Viacom Inc.’s cable TV fortunes and hoping the company will cook up new ways to profit in the digital economy.
Cellular News  Feb 5  Comment 
USA cable TV operator, Comcast, a company regularly blasted for its customer care policies, is reportedly eyeing up entering the mobile phone market. Click here for more.
NPR  Feb 4  Comment 
A new survey from Pew Research Center finds a high level of engagement in election news. In addition to cable TV, social media and radio are still important sources for many. Print media, not so much.
Reuters  Feb 4  Comment 
Movie and TV studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp said on Thursday it would explore a combination with media mogul John Malone's premium cable TV network Starz .
TechCrunch  Feb 1  Comment 
 Traditional cable TV providers are having to up their game as more of their customers cut the cord in favor of over-the-top options. Verizon, in a move meant to better serve and retain those customers willing to pay for a premium cable TV...
Wall Street Journal  Jan 22  Comment 
Viacom Inc. Chief Executive Philippe Dauman’s total compensation rose 22% in fiscal 2015, as the media company’s share price sank amid problems in its cable TV business.  Jan 21  Comment 
Cable TV firm says reorganisation of workforce over next two years will allow sharper focus on customers and further business growth Virgin Media is to cut 900 jobs from its UK workforce over the next two years. The cable TV company, owned by...  Jan 7  Comment 
Canada's broadcast regulator has laid out details for a new industry code that cable and satellite companies will have to follow when they're billing customers.  Dec 21  Comment 
Company CEOs, like other leaders, can achieve remarkable things – but they need to have a good team behind them Who’s in charge of the clattering Virgin train? Not Sir Richard Branson. He neither drives the train nor flies the plane nor flicks...

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