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  1. Verizon FiOS Pay TV Sub Growth Slows in First Quarter

    7:41 am 4/24/2014

    While big cable operators Comcast and Time Warner Cable have reported improved momentum, Verizon underperformed its year-ago period and analysts' expectations.Read more

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  2. Time Warner Cable Posts Smallest Quarterly Video Sub Drop in Five Years

    2:20 am 4/24/2014

    UPDATED: The company, which has agreed to be acquired by cable giant Comcast, also posted its best overall residential subscriber performance in five years.Read more

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  3. Netflix First-Quarter Earnings Beat Expectations

    12:38 pm 4/21/2014

    UPDATED: The company says it added 2.25 million streamers to its U.S. service, and it slams the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Comcast responds.Read more

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  4. Verizon Fios Offers Frustrated Dodger Fans Complimentary HBO or Showtime

    5:21 pm 4/8/2014

    The three months of free pay-TV service is an olive branch to unhappy Los Angeles baseball fans as negotiations for carriage of SportsNet LA remain stalled.Read more

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  5. Comcast: Merger With Time Warner Cable Isn't Anti-Competitive

    7:49 am 4/8/2014

    In an extensive filing to the FCC, Comcast touts its proposed merger with a promise it will extend the same protections agreed to when it acquired NBCUniversal.Read more

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  6. DirecTV: Time Warner Cable Trying to Force Deal for Dodgers Cable Network

    6:25 pm 4/4/2014

    The cable distributor says its terms are fair and claims DirecTV isn't negotiating just over money. Read more

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  7. Charter Urges Time Warner Cable Shareholders to Reject Comcast Deal

    3:28 am 3/28/2014

    UPDATED: After failing to seal a deal itself, the cable firm, in which John Malone's Liberty Media owns 27 percent, also demands "that the TWC board engage in a full review of its strategic opportunities." Read more

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  8. Dodgers, DirecTV Trade Barbs as Standoff Threatens Opening Day

    7:48 pm 3/27/2014

    DirecTV and other distributors are resisting the team's increase in broadcast rights fees — from $50 million to over $200 million a year — as the Dodgers president calls the complaints "disingenuous."Read more

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  9. DirecTV, Dish Network Shares Advance 6 Percent on Merger Speculation

    2:47 pm 3/26/2014

    Dish chairman Charlie Ergen reportedly met with DirecTV CEO Mike White in February.Read more

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  10. Comcast's TWC Acquisition: Shareholders Asked to Vote on 'Golden Parachutes' for Execs

    7:49 am 3/20/2014

    UPDATED: Time Warner Cable CEO Robert Marcus is set to receive almost $80 million in golden parachute compensation in the merger.Read more

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