Cable

Pay-TV services delivered by companies like Comcast and Time Warner. "Must-carry" refers to requirments that cable operators provide the signals of local TV broadcasters over their systems.

If Cable Won’t #UnlockTheBox, Why Would ISPs #ProtectNetNeutrality?

[Commentary] Big Cable’s #DitchTheBox proposal is one of the most recent examples of an industry’s inability to self-regulate in the absence of federal regulation, and many of the same companies offering pay-TV services are the same companies prov

Antitrust Nominee Makan Delrahim Assured Senator Blumenthal He Wasn’t Lobbied by White House on AT&T Deal

President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead antitrust enforcement at the Justice Department recently agreed to tell lawmakers if the White House tries to improperly influence any decision he makes on whether to allow AT&T’s $85 billion acquisitio

Comcast fails to get hidden fee class-action suit thrown out of court

A class-action complaint against Comcast can move forward after a federal judge rejected a Comcast motion to dismiss it.

Why We Despise Cable Providers

Cable providers are among the most despised businesses in the country, regularly coming in below airlines, banks, and drug companies in public-opinion polls.

Discovery Communications’ CEO, David Zaslav, Has A Plan

Discovery Communications' CEO, David Zaslav, has a plan. Perhaps, when you look beyond the headlines, you may think he has the clearest vision of how historic media properties can evolve and reinvent themselves in the new digital world.

Discovery Communications Agrees to Buy Scripps Networks

Discovery Communications has agreed to acquire Scripps Networks Interactive for $11.9 billion, combining two powerhouses of nonfiction television programming at a time of major upheaval in the cable-TV business.

Discovery Communications agrees to buy Scripps for $14.6 billion

Discovery Communications has struck a $14.6 billion deal to buy Scripps Networks, in the latest sign of consolidation in the cable TV industry.

America’s Competitive TV and Internet Markets

In 1992, 98 percent of American homes relied on cable to watch subscription TV. There were no satellite TV options or telco-provided TV options.

Why You Still Can’t Ditch Your Cable Box

Not that long ago, the clunky cable box looked like it was on its way out.

Has President Trump Turned CNN Into a House of Existential Dread?

After relentless attacks from President Donald Trump and his allies, a series of journalistic problems, and in the shadow of a possible merger, the network’s CEO, Jeff Zucker, is feeling the heat.