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  1. Charter's Time Warner Cable Deal Gets Justice Department Approval

    9:15 am 2/29/2016

    The FCC still needs to approve the acquisition, though chairman Tom Wheeler signaled his support on Monday.Read more

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  2. NFL Will Stay Profitable for NBC, Pay TV Bundle Will Remain "Very Good Business," NBCU CEO Says

    5:42 am 2/3/2016

    Steve Burke also highlights the strength of the ad market, while Comcast boss Brian Roberts sees no need for deals that "change the face" of the company.Read more

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  3. NBCUniversal Quarterly Earnings Rise; 'Minions' Helps Full-Year Film Profit to Record

    2:24 am 2/3/2016

    Theme parks unit profit also set a new record, while cable giant and NBCU owner Comcast posted its biggest pay TV subscriber gain in years.Read more

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  4. Charter-Time Warner Cable Deal Approval Odds Rise to 90 Percent, Analyst Says

    7:05 am 1/28/2016

    TWC CEO Rob Marcus says there is no “specific timetable” as regulators continue their review and adds he is "highly skeptical" about FCC proposals to regulate the pay TV set-top box market.Read more

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  5. Time Warner Cable Adds 54,000 Video Subs in Fourth Quarter, Earnings Beat Estimates

    3:00 pm 1/27/2016

    Charter Communications has agreed to acquire the cable operator, led by chairman and CEO Rob Marcus.Read more

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  6. Verizon Posts Its Lowest Pay TV Sub Gain Ever, Touts Growing Interest in "Skinny" Bundles

    3:43 am 1/21/2016

    The telecom giant's FiOS video service added only 20,000 subs, down from 116,000 in the year-ago period, with the CFO saying the firm is seeing "more and more" users coming to FiOS as broadband-only customers.Read more

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  7. Why Cable Companies Are Actually Expecting Subscriber Increases This Year

    5:00 am 12/16/2015

    Consumer growth could return for the first time in a decade, say Time Warner Cable's and Charter's CEOs as they turn their attention from overall numbers of paid subscribers and finally compete with satellite and telecoms.Read more

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  8. Media Stocks Falter In Wall Street Sell-Off

    1:48 pm 12/11/2015

    Oil prices seemingly hurt entertainment stocks more than others.Read more

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  9. Comcast Shareholders Approve Simplified Stock Structure

    12:51 pm 12/9/2015

    Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts and his family will continue to control the cable company after the reclassification of a class of non-voting shares into voting stock.Read more

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  10. Charter CEO: John Malone Content Holdings Shouldn't Affect Time Warner Cable Deal Review

    7:49 am 12/4/2015

    Tom Rutledge speaks about Malone, whose Liberty Media owns a big stake in Charter, and entertainment companies' digital licensing strategies.Read more

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