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  1. Online Video Will Replace Pay TV in 4.5 Million Homes by Year-End (Report)

    1:19 pm 7/20/2011

    SNL Kagan estimates that nearly 4 percent of occupied U.S. homes will opt for Internet video options in a projection that will likely return the cord cutting debate to the spotlight.Read more

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  2. Why a Dodgers Auction Could Rob Fox Sports of Millions of Dollars

    4:22 pm 7/18/2011

    Time Warner and Comcast are circling TV rights as a July 20 bankruptcy court ruling could send the Los Angeles baseball team's local TV money to a competitor and cripple Prime Ticket.Read more

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  3. Apple Shares Hit All-Time High

    3:27 pm 7/18/2011

    A day ahead of its earnings release, the maker of the iPad and purveyor of iTunes boasts a market capitalization that soars above Google and Microsoft.Read more

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  4. Entertainment and Broadband Companies Partner to Curb Online Content Theft

    7:37 am 7/7/2011

    The MPAA, RIAA and online service giants, including Comcast, have agreed on a common framework for so-called copyright alerts, similar to credit card fraud alerts, designed to notify and educate consumers.Read more

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  5. Analyst: NBC Upside Could Add $4 to Comcast's Stock

    6:24 am 6/29/2011

    Wells Fargo's Marci Ryvicker says NBCUniversal's broadcast business has "the greatest potential upside" and could provide 20 cents per share of incremental earnings.Read more

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  6. Q1 Pay TV Subs Rise Over Year-Ago in LA, Fall in NY and Chicago

    10:57 am 6/23/2011

    SNL Kagan says subs in top 15 markets are pretty much unchanged as another study shows 87 percent of U.S. homes are getting multichannel TV services. Read more

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  7. Why the Studios Might Sell Hulu (Analysis)

    6:01 pm 6/22/2011

    Despite Hulu's success as a streamer of premium content, insiders and analysts aren't surprised that Disney, News Corp. and NBCUniversal are at least considering selling their stakes in the asset.Read more

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  8. Comcast Spent $5.7 Million on Lobbying in First Quarter

    7:14 am 6/21/2011

    The cable giant, which secured regulatory approval of its acquisition of a majority stake in NBCUniversal in late January, had spent $3.1 million in the same quarter a year earlier.Read more

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  9. Moguls Share Their Favorite TV Channels

    11:23 am 6/14/2011

At the annual Cable Show, Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes, News Corp. president, COO and deputy chairman Chase Carey and others also discuss cord cutting and Netflix.

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  10. Comcast Taps Facebook for Enhanced TV Experience

    8:37 am 6/14/2011

    "This new experience transforms the way consumers watch television with a new guide and user interface that makes the TV screen more interactive, personal and social," the cable giant said. Read more

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