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  1. Cablevision Sued for $250 Million Over Hurricane-Related Service Outages

    6:58 am 11/15/2012

    Class action plaintiffs say they shouldn't have to call to get credits for lost cable, internet and telephone service.Read more

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  2. AOL CEO: Hurricane Sandy Boosted Traffic for Company Sites

    9:23 am 11/6/2012

    The online company's Tim Armstrong says its sites provided extensive coverage, while other media companies on their earnings calls focused on possible storm damage. Read more

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  3. Cablevision Exploring Sale of Optimum West, Working to Restore Sandy Outages

    9:04 am 11/6/2012

    CEO James Dolan confirms the company is entertaining offers for former Bresnan Communications and addresses the "significant" financial impact of Hurricane Sandy. Read more

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  4. Cablevision, Charter Post Mixed Third-Quarter Results

    5:31 am 11/6/2012

    The cable operators posted weaker bottom-line results and slight revenue gains as Cablevision lost fewer pay TV subscribers and Charter recorded a slight sub gain.Read more

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  5. NBCUniversal, Cablevision Strike Multi-Year Carriage Deal

    7:14 am 11/5/2012

    The agreement covers retransmission consent for NBC and Telemundo TV stations, for which the company hasn't been paid in the past.Read more

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  6. Analyst: Hurricane Could Cost Cablevision $40 Million

    8:14 am 10/31/2012

    Canaccord Genuity's Thomas Eagan says investors will look beyond the hurricane, but argues that the storm could delay a cable rate increase.Read more

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  7. Hurricane Sandy: Entertainment Industry Examines Devastating Fallout

    7:18 am 10/30/2012

    Broadway remains closed, and officials say it will be at least a few days before power and transportation services are restored.Read more

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  8. Tribune-Cablevision Deal Ends Blackout in New York Tri-State Area

    11:33 am 10/27/2012

    After more than two months during which viewers could not watch football and baseball, or shows like "Glee" on Fox, the two sides settle a bitter battle over retransmission fees.Read more

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  9. Walt Disney, Cablevision Strike Broad Carriage Deal

    7:28 am 10/4/2012

    The multi-year agreement covers broadcast station retransmission rights, cable networks and digital service.Read more

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  10. WPIX and 3 Other Tribune Stations Go Dark on Cablevision Amid Dispute Over Retrans Fees

    10:26 pm 8/16/2012

    UPDATED: The cable operator accuses Tribune of demanding fees that are too high because of its parent company's financial woes, but Tribune says it's asking for "less than a penny a day per subscriber."Read more

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