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  1. Dish Loses More Subs in Second Quarter, Swings to Loss

    2:38 am 8/6/2013

    UPDATED: "You have a general kind of momentum, gravity, toward consolidation, in part because the programming partners have gotten so powerful that their rates are going up four or five times the rate of inflation," chairman Charlie Ergen told analysts.Read more

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  2. TWC to FCC: CBS Should Have Made Offer Without Showtime

    10:10 am 8/5/2013

    In a letter to the FCC on Friday, the cable distributor takes the network to task for "coercive bundling" and for cutting off CBS.com from its broadband subscribers.Read more

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  3. CBS Corp. Could Lose $400,000 Per Day in Time Warner Cable Dispute, Analyst Says

    1:29 am 8/5/2013

    But UBS' John Janedis predicts a "minimal" stock effect and reiterates his "buy" rating on the conglomerate's stock.Read more

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  4. CBS: Time Warner Cable Refuses to Resume Negotiations

    2:33 pm 8/4/2013

    As some customers claim to be receiving rebates for Showtime subscriptions, CBS issues a statement claiming the provider is making a play for "more leverage." Read more

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  5. 5 Big Shows Some Time Warner Cable Customers Can't Watch

    7:47 pm 8/2/2013

    The company's dispute with CBS means "Dexter," "Under the Dome" and "Big Brother" have been blacked out in about 3 million homes.Read more

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  6. Time Warner Cable: CBS Refused a Contract Extension of up to One Year

    6:12 pm 8/2/2013

    UPDATED: In the latest war of words, the cable company says CBS is stalling until football season starts because they have no interest in making a reasonable deal. Read more

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  7. Time Warner Cable, CBS Talks Break Down, Stations Go Dark

    2:11 pm 8/2/2013

    CBS stations in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth and elsewhere, reaching over 3 million homes, are being blacked out by the nation's second largest cable company. Read more

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  8. Time Warner Cable Second-Quarter Earnings Rise, Subs Drop

    2:16 am 8/1/2013

    UPDATED: The second-largest U.S. cable company continued to lose video subscribers as outgoing CEO Glenn Britt discusses chatter about industry consolidation.Read more

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  9. Time Warner Cable Agrees Not to Black Out CBS Channels as Talks Continue

    9:19 pm 7/29/2013

    UPDATED: The decision was reversed only minutes after TWC said it was turning off the networks in the New York, Los Angeles and Dallas/Fort Worth areas, with the companies later setting a new Friday deadline for their carriage talks.Read more

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  10. Time Warner Cable's Other Retrans Battle: Journal-Owned Stations Remain Dark

    4:27 pm 7/29/2013

    The cable operator, which is currently embroiled in tense negotiation with CBS, abruptly blacked out several stations earlier this month amid contract talks.Read more

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