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  1. Meet the Baseball Fans Suing to Change the Business of Televising Games

    12:33 pm 5/10/2012

    A new lawsuit alleges that the deals between Major League Baseball and cable and satellite TV companies need to be reviewed as a violation of antitrust law.Read more

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  2. Sen. Al Franken Questions Comcast's Handling of NBC Acquisition

    12:20 pm 5/7/2012

    The former comedian calls out Comcast in a new letter to the FCC and Dept. of Justice, accusing the company of not being fair to competitors in the wake of the initial 2009 deal. Read more

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  3. Comcast's NBCUniversal to Sell Stake in A&E Television Networks

    3:56 am 5/5/2012

    Joint venture partners Walt Disney and Hearst will acquire the holding, which analysts have valued at around $2 billion.Read more

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  4. FCC Orders Comcast to Move Bloomberg's News Channel

    2:28 pm 5/2/2012

    Bloomberg wins argument that Comcast violated "news neighborhooding" condition of the FCC's decision to approve the NBCU acquisition. Comcast will appeal.Read more

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  5. NBCUniversal First-Quarter Financials Improve

    3:53 am 5/2/2012

    UPDATED: Cable giant Comcast, which controls the entertainment company, also posted better results, but didn't return to video subscriber growth as some had predicted.Read more

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  6. 'Access Hollywood' Renewed for Three Years Amid Staff Pay Cuts (Exclusive)

    6:10 pm 5/1/2012

    Owner Comcast/NBCUniversal, which renewed the show, airs the half-hour broadcast on a wide variety of stations, including most of its owned-and-operated NBC outlets.Read more

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  7. CBS Corp. Will Take a Look at Hulu, Other Digital Content Deals

    2:53 pm 5/1/2012

    CEO Leslie Moonves says his company has talked to Intel, Comcast and many other companies developing digital services. Read more

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  8. Hulu Owners to Buy out Private Equity Firm's Stake for $200 Million (Report)

    2:28 am 4/27/2012

    The deal would value the online video joint venture, led by CEO Jason Kilar, at about $2 billion.Read more

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  9. Netflix Posts $5 Million Quarterly Loss

    1:14 pm 4/23/2012

    UPDATED: The company adds 1.7 million U.S. streaming users during the first quarter but loses 1.1 million DVD subscribers.Read more

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  10. Telemundo President: U.S. Spanish-Language Networks Only Get Half the Ad Revenue They Deserve

    1:46 am 4/16/2012

    Ahead of the upfronts, Emilio Romano, who has been in his job for six months, also talks about competitor Univision's content deal with Mexican broadcaster Televisa and Rupert Murdoch's foray into Hispanic TV.Read more

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