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  1. Comcast Beats FCC at Appeals Court in Carriage Discrimination Dispute

    8:28 am 5/28/2013

    A unanimous ruling holds that the FCC hadn't brought enough evidence when finding that Comcast had discriminated against the Tennis Channel.Read more

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  2. Activist Shareholders Target MSNBC During Comcast's Annual Meeting (Audio)

    7:37 am 5/15/2013

    CEO Brian Roberts is asked: "Why would a conservative person in any state want their money to go pay for Al Sharpton’s salary?"Read more

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  3. Conservatives Plan Anti-MSNBC Protest at Comcast Shareholders Meeting

    6:59 pm 5/7/2013

    A tea-party group has invited 60,000 activists in Philadelphia to express their displeasure with the left-leaning network directly to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts when he meets investors there next week.Read more

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  4. Media Conglomerates Contribute to Historic Highs for Major Stock Indexes

    1:46 pm 5/3/2013

    A powerful Wall Street rally briefly pushed the Dow Jones north of 15,000 for the first time in history.Read more

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  5. NBCUniversal Posts Higher First-Quarter Operating Cash Flow

    1:46 am 5/1/2013

    UPDATED: The entertainment giant, led by CEO Steve Burke, saw growth in all divisions except for its broadcast unit as owner Comcast lost more video subscribers.Read more

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  6. Gary Auerbach Joins NBCUni Unscripted Banner, Wilshire Studios

    10:43 am 4/29/2013

    In the wake of his departure, Go Go Luckey Entertainment has shuffled its executive ranks.Read more

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  7. AT&T Adds More Pay-TV Subs in First Quarter

    5:43 am 4/23/2013

    The company signed up 232,000 net new U-Verse video customers, down from 200,000 in the year-ago period.Read more

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  8. CinemaCon: Fandango Adds 500 Screens (Exclusive)

    4:00 am 4/16/2013

    The additions include Muvico and Krikorian Premiere Theaters and push the number of Fandango screens past 21,000.Read more

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  9. 'Fashion Police' Writers File Complaint Against Joan Rivers for Back Wages

    11:39 am 4/10/2013

    UPDATED: The filing with a California labor agency seeks $400,000 in back wages the writers say they are owed. A similar suit was filed by E! writers last week seeking $1.1 millionRead more

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  10. Comcast Wins Antitrust Appeal at U.S. Supreme Court

    11:45 am 3/27/2013

    Justice Antonin Scalia says that a lower court shouldn't have accepted an expert's opinion that Comcast's "clustering" in the Philly cable TV market added up to $875 million of damage to a class of plaintiffs.Read more

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