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CNNMoney: Verizon's $3.6 billion spectrum buy reshapes wireless fieldupdated: Fri Dec 02 2011 11:11:00

In the era of the smartphone and tablet boom, the hottest wireless commodities are airwaves.

Emmy watch: Are major network dramas losing out to cable?updated: Wed Sep 14 2011 15:55:00

The Emmys will be Sunday night at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, and AMC, HBO and Showtime have nabbed a huge chunk of the major nods this year. This yet again sparks the question that has been looming around the industry for years: Is the quality of programming from the major broadcast networks on the decline?

CNNMoney: 8.5 million won't lose local TV for New Year'supdated: Fri Dec 31 2010 21:54:00

Time Warner Cable and Sinclair Broadcasting Group have agreed to extend talks to resolve a dispute that could have blacked out 33 local TV stations in as many as 8.5 million homes across the country.

Fortune: Oprah's next act: Full versionupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 09:29:00

Oprah Winfrey was headed into her "la-di-da years" -- her term for semiretirement -- when David Zaslav came along and wrecked her grand plan. The queen of TV talk had never met the CEO of Discovery Communications until he arrived at her Chicago office in April 2007 with a proposition. "OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network," Zaslav said, pitching the notion that they create a cable TV network together. "I don't want your money," he told her. "I want you." Michael McCann: Seven years in, NFL Network still battling cable companiesupdated: Thu May 27 2010 22:40:00

Despite the intense popularity of the NFL, many of its fans are unable to subscribe to the league-owned NFL Network through their cable television provider. And unless significant progress is made in the next few months, they'll be without it this coming season, just as they have been since the NFL Network's creation seven years ago.

CNNMoney: Why cable is going to cost you even moreupdated: Sat Jan 09 2010 20:19:00

Your cable bill is going up this year -- and next year, and the year after that -- with no end in sight.

CNNMoney: Fox, Time Warner Cable reach agreementupdated: Fri Jan 01 2010 20:52:00

Fox Networks and Time Warner Cable announced an agreement Friday that will avert the disruption of Fox network programming to 15 million subscribers of Time Warner Cable and an affiliated company.

CNNMoney: Fox stands firm in Time Warner Cable fee disputeupdated: Fri Jan 01 2010 10:51:00

A midnight deadline passed Friday, but the Fox network has still not resolved its differences with Time Warner Cable on a deal to keep its channels on the air in several major cities.

CNNMoney: Time Warner Cable, Fox negotiations near 11th hourupdated: Thu Dec 24 2009 11:11:00

Time Warner Cable's customers could see Fox disappear from their televisions if the two companies fail to resolve a fee standoff by Dec. 31.

CNNMoney: GE, Comcast announce joint NBC dealupdated: Thu Dec 03 2009 09:57:00

General Electric and Comcast announced a joint venture worth a combined $37.25 billion on Thursday that will give the cable company eventual control of NBC Universal.

End of 'ER' marks end of eraupdated: Tue Mar 31 2009 16:36:00

When the series "ER" airs its finale on Thursday, the event will not only mark the completion of one of NBC's most successful shows, but it can also be viewed as the end of an era for the network.

Fortune: Disney: Bears vs. Bullsupdated: Thu Mar 26 2009 14:08:00

Walt Disney Co. is hurting as consumer spending remains tight. The world's biggest media conglomerate reported profit declines last month in its major business segments as advertising declined at its ABC network, fewer tourists visited Disney World, and 2008's "Wall-E" remained its last box office hit.

CNNMoney: Charter Communications to file for Chapter 11updated: Thu Feb 12 2009 14:31:00

Charter Communications, a provider of cable TV, Internet and other broadband services, said on Thursday that it will file for bankruptcy, as part of a "financial restructuring."

Porn airs during Super Bowlupdated: Mon Feb 02 2009 23:05:00

Super Bowl fans in Tucson, Arizona, caught a different kind of show during Sunday's big game.

Fortune: Big media ready for a big makeoverupdated: Fri Nov 07 2008 15:05:00

For America's media conglomerates, it's getting Darwinian out there - and the next stage of their evolution could come quickly. Cable Industry Mulls Network DVRupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 14:00:00

If the nation's largest cable TV operators have their way, the home digital video recorder could soon become a relic Josh Gross: Golden Boy, Affliction combine demosupdated: Sun Sep 14 2008 13:46:00

Boxing and mixed martial arts attract different audiences. In coming together Saturday, Golden Boy Promotions and Affliction Entertainment hope to fuse generations connected by little more than the love of a good fight.

Fortune: This horror show oozes moneyupdated: Wed Sep 10 2008 08:50:00

Two rifle-bearing lads enter what looks like an abandoned building. They are nervous, for good reason. Snarling vampires attack. There is violence. There is gore. There is even a heart-tugging moment when one of the humans finds his missing girlfriend - only to discover that she too is now a blood-thirsty creature of the night. Cablevision May Spin Off Business Units updated: Tue Aug 05 2008 16:00:00

Cablevision Systems Corp. is considering several options to boost its stock price including spinning off some of its diverse holdings FCC Chief: Comcast Violated Internet Rulesupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 17:00:00

The head of the Federal Communications Commission said Thursday he will recommend that the nation's largest cable company be punished for violating agency principles that guarantee customers open access to the Internet Stewart Mandel: Big Ten reaps the benefits of TV network; is the SEC next?updated: Tue Jun 24 2008 15:10:00

Big Ten fans received a jolt of good news last week when the conference's co-owned television venture, the Big Ten Network, announced a long-awaited agreement with the nation's largest cable provider, Comcast. Starting Aug. 15, nearly 25 million new customers will have access to the channel, most notably 6.5 million households in seven of the eight states with Big Ten schools.

Fortune: Time Warner unlocks cash drawerupdated: Fri May 23 2008 13:09:00

Time Warner is dangling an eye-popping $10.9 billion gift to shareholders as part of its spinoff of Time Warner Cable. But it's a gift that will keep on taking in the form of $10 billion in additional debt and a heavy financing burden shifted to the cable unit.

Fortune: Musing about The Jeffsupdated: Fri May 23 2008 04:29:00

For just shy of one month way back in 1995, the Walt Disney Company was poised to become the world's biggest media company after announcing it was buying ABC/Capital Cities. But mere weeks later, Time Warner announced it was buying Turner Broadcasting, putting itself back into the lead dog position among the media pack as measured by revenue, a position it held through its wayward combination with America Online and up to this week.

CNNMoney: Cablevision nears deal to buy Newsdayupdated: Sun May 11 2008 20:29:00

Cablevision Systems Corp. is close to buying the Long Island newspaper Newsday from Tribune Co. for $650 million, a person with knowledge of the situation said Sunday. Murdoch Drops Bid For Newsdayupdated: Sat May 10 2008 20:20:00

News Corp., the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch, has withdrawn its bid to purchase the Long Island daily paper Newsday, a News Corp. spokeswoman said Saturday

CNNMoney: News Corp. withdraws Newsday bidupdated: Sat May 10 2008 16:43:00

News Corp., the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch, has withdrawn its bid to purchase the Long Island daily paper Newsday, a News Corp. spokeswoman said Saturday.

Fortune: Triple-play competition stalls growth for cable, phone giantsupdated: Thu May 08 2008 14:56:00

Just as the race for your TV, phone and Internet dollar speeds up, the gains for the companies peddling the triple-play service bundles have slowed to a crawl.

Fortune: Clearwire's new twistupdated: Wed May 07 2008 15:58:00

WiMax hopes were revived Wednesday morning, and once again the wireless broadband opportunity is huge - in more ways than one. The big buzz around the wealth of mobile Net potential is almost overshadowed by the massive tab that even six tech giants can't fully cover.

Fortune: Seeking method in Cablevision's madnessupdated: Tue May 06 2008 06:28:00

The bidding for Tribune Co.'s Newsday has attracted some of the biggest names in the New York media world. News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch led the charge with a $580 million offer. New York Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman quickly matched it. Now Cablevision's Dolan family has lobbed in a high bid of $650 million. Cablevision's involvement is the most puzzling of the three. After all, the Dolans are cable guys, not newspaper publishers. Nevertheless, there's a strange logic to it.

Fortune: Comcast pins hopes on a mobile futureupdated: Mon May 05 2008 14:51:00

As the bloody battle over subscribers between Comcast and its phone and satellite rivals continues at a virtual draw, the cable giant is looking ahead to a new wireless broadband arena: WiMax.

Fortune: Viacom works the media mix magicupdated: Fri May 02 2008 11:22:00

Does Viacom's mix of media businesses make the company recession-resistant?

Fortune: Viacom's magic media mixupdated: Fri May 02 2008 10:22:00

Does Viacom's mix of media businesses make the company recession-resistant? Time Warner Profit Drops, Plans to Spin Off Cable Providerupdated: Wed Apr 30 2008 15:00:00

Time Warner Inc. said Wednesday it plans to spin off the rest of its cable TV business, answering investor pleas to further simplify the media conglomerate's sprawling corporate structure HD Users Lament Cable TV's Crunched Signalsupdated: Mon Apr 21 2008 16:00:00

In Brent Swanson's basement home theater, there should be nothing drab about Battlestar Galactica.

Fortune: Comcast-BitTorrent: The Net's finally growing upupdated: Fri Mar 28 2008 07:41:00

Something remarkable happened on Thursday - an Internet service provider and a peer-to-peer software company announced a collaboration and agreed to work together.

Comcast agrees not to interfere with file-sharingupdated: Thu Mar 27 2008 12:02:00

Comcast Corp., an Internet service provider under investigation for hampering online file-sharing by its subscribers, announced Thursday an about-face in its stance and said it will treat all types of Internet traffic equally.

Fortune: A ray of hope for WiMaxupdated: Wed Mar 26 2008 16:53:00

WiMax may not be dead after all. Dave Zirin: Specter's ties to Comcast raise questions about Spygate probeupdated: Wed Feb 27 2008 15:35:00

Something stinks in the world of Spygate. Call it a spectre over Specter. Call it a distasteful conflict of interest. Call it an unfair accusation against a Senator with motives more pure than a Troy Aikman spiral. Call it manna from heaven for Bill Belichick and his morally impaired Patriots staff. But whatever you call it, don't say that it doesn't have tongues wagging in NFL suites and behind the closed doors of Congress.

CNNMoney: Time Warner may shed AOL unit and cableupdated: Wed Feb 06 2008 14:30:00

Time Warner's new chief executive officer confirmed Wednesday that the media company is separating its struggling AOL access business from the division's growing online advertising business, a move that could lead to the sale of the traditional dial-up unit.

CNNMoney: How to tell if we are in recessionupdated: Mon Feb 04 2008 10:13:00

Are we heading into a recession? Wall Street may have a better idea after three big media companies report quarterly results this week.

Fortune: Cable's consumer electronics makeoverupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 13:03:00

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says he remembers walking around the Consumer Electronics Show five years ago with Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt. He recalls seeing a big presence from his rivals in the satellite-television business. His own industry, by contrast, was nowhere to be found. How Cable Sacked the NFLupdated: Fri Dec 28 2007 13:45:00

Analysis: It may have caved in allowing all its fans to watch the Patriots play for an undefeated season, but the league network's battle with cable companies is far from over

Fortune: Cable's wireless quandaryupdated: Mon Dec 17 2007 17:19:00

The phone business has been very good to the cable industry.

Fortune: A champion for Cable 2.0updated: Thu Nov 29 2007 17:52:00

Wayne H. Davis doesn't look like much of a rabble-rouser. A tall, balding 53-year-old, Davis has the unassuming demeanor of a high school math teacher. And the way he peppers his conversations with acronyms, he sounds more like an engineer (which he is) than an agitator.

CNNMoney: Tonight's big NFL game most can't seeupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 11:59:00

Michigan-Ohio State. Yankees-Red Sox. Duke-North Carolina. Cowboys-Packers. When bitter sports rivals backed by massive resources face off against one another, fans are typically the winners.

CNNMoney: Fans lose in football-cable clashupdated: Thu Nov 22 2007 08:18:00

Michigan-Ohio State. Yankees-Red Sox. Duke-North Carolina. When bitter sports rivals backed by massive resources face off against one another, fans are typically the winners.

CNNMoney: Time Warner preps for changeupdated: Wed Nov 07 2007 16:02:00

There were no major surprises in the third-quarter earnings report of Time Warner, the world's largest media conglomerate.

ShowandTellupdated: Thu Oct 25 2007 08:31:00

Ali goes shopping at 3000 feet. For more Show and Tell check us out on iTunes!

CNNMoney: Changing the channel on cable costsupdated: Thu Oct 04 2007 12:31:00

You bucked up for cable so you wouldn't miss Monday night football on ESPN, but why must you also pay for SOAPnet? Stewart Mandel: Trying to figure out how to watch Ohio State Saturdayupdated: Thu Aug 30 2007 04:35:00

Personally, my college football viewing experience Saturday won't be all that affected by whether or not I can see the Ohio State-Youngstown State game. I can imagine, however, that it's a slightly more pressing concern for all those Buckeyes fans in Ohio, who, like millions of others around the country this weekend, can't wait to see their team in action for the first time this season.

CNNMoney: Cablevision beats, with warningupdated: Tue Aug 07 2007 23:17:00

New York-based cable television operator Cablevision Systems Corp. reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit Wednesday as it added more digital video, high-speed Internet and voice subscribers.

CNNMoney: Check-up time for AOLupdated: Thu Jul 26 2007 01:04:00

A year ago, Time Warner finally relented to market pressure and decided to stop charging broadband customers for its AOL service access fees. Faced with a steadily declining AOL subscriber base, Time Warner made the decision to focus more on the rapidly growing online advertising market and make much of AOL's services free.

CNNMoney: Comcast shares sink on subscriber lossupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 23:26:00

Leading U.S. cable operator Comcast Corp. posted a 28 percent rise in quarterly profit Thursday, but it lost more basic video subscribers than analysts expected, sending shares down 3 percent in premarket trading.

CNNMoney: Copper vs. cableupdated: Fri Jul 20 2007 00:48:00

The big cable companies and the telco giants are engaging in a battle for your living room. At stake are the dollars you spend on your phone, television and Internet access service. Stewart Mandel: Big Ten Network fighting cable battle for viewershipupdated: Tue Jun 26 2007 05:09:00

Over the past two decades, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany has established himself as the shrewdest executive in college sports. From spearheading the addition of Penn State as the conference's 11th member to brokering the Rose Bowl's integration into the BCS to continually landing the nation's most lucrative television and bowl lineups, Delany has made sure his 111-year-old conference is consistently at the front of the pack when it comes to changes in the collegiate landscape.

CNNMoney: Cable ad spending heats upupdated: Mon Jun 18 2007 00:48:00

Cable television shows, unless they are the series finale of "The Sopranos," often don't generate the types of ratings that come anything close to what even the least-watched programs on the free broadcast networks get. But cable TV is actually among the hotter segments of the media business these days.

CNNMoney: Dolans to buy Cablevision in $10.6B dealupdated: Wed May 02 2007 09:29:00

Cablevision, the nation's No. 5 cable operator, accepted an offer Wednesday from the company's founding Dolan family to buy the rest of the company in a deal worth $10.6 billion.

CNNMoney: Good times for Time Warnerupdated: Wed May 02 2007 07:23:00

Time Warner, the world's largest media company, reported better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter Wednesday thanks to robust results from its cable business and improved profits at its AOL division.

CNNMoney: Lights, camera, earnings!updated: Tue May 01 2007 14:43:00

Media companies have been criticized by some on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley for being to slow to adapt to new competition, like the Internet.

Fortune: Top performing stocks of 2006updated: Sun Apr 15 2007 21:57:00

These 20 stocks produced the largest total returns to shareholders in 2006. For this list, we included only Fortune 500 companies that traded for at least $2.

CNNMoney: Big bonuses for Time Warner chiefsupdated: Fri Mar 30 2007 17:29:00

Time Warner, the world's largest media company, disclosed in a regulatory filing Friday that chairman and chief executive officer Dick Parsons received annual compensation of $22.5 million last year, up from $16 million in 2005.

CNNMoney: Takeover rumors run at full 'Sprint'updated: Wed Feb 28 2007 09:09:00

It's been a tumultuous couple of months for Sprint Nextel, and that has led to some speculation that the wireless company could be a takeover target.

Fortune: Verizon's big bet on fiber opticsupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 09:13:00

Verizon isn't going to take it anymore. After years of ceding ground in the broadband wars to cable operators Comcast, Cablevision and Time Warner Cable (owned by the parent of Fortune's publisher)...

CNNMoney: Time for Time Warner Cableupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 09:18:00

Time Warner, the world's largest media company, announced Tuesday that its Time Warner Cable unit has become a publicly traded firm and that shares should start trading as early as March 1.

CNNMoney: Playboy says it's not for saleupdated: Mon Feb 12 2007 09:41:00

Sex sells. Or does it? Trouble avertedupdated: Wed Jan 31 2007 11:36:00

I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that a spokesperson for Horizon Productions -- the company that produces the annual Lingerie Bowl -- told me that the event, which was originally scheduled to appear on pay-per-view this Sunday during the Super Bowl's halftime show, has been cancelled. The good news is that the Nationwide Insurance ad mocking Kevin Federline as a down-and-out fry cook has not been cancelled. Oh, and despite the one-year lingerie layoff, Lingerie Bowl V will be broadcast on cable next year.

Fortune: Cable's next star CEOupdated: Fri Jan 12 2007 10:09:00

Who is Glenn Britt? Unless you work in the cable industry, or you're a particularly observant owner of Time Warner stock, you've probably never heard of Britt, who happens to be CEO of the media conglomerate's cable unit.

CNNMoney: Dolans increase offer for Cablevisionupdated: Fri Jan 12 2007 08:15:00

The Dolan family, which controls Cablevision Systems Corp., has raised its offer for all outstanding shares of the New York-based cable operator to $30 per share from $27, representatives of the family said Friday.

CNNMoney: Showtime for Time Warner Cableupdated: Fri Jan 05 2007 11:24:00

Shares of Time Warner Cable, the second largest cable company in the U.S., could hit the market within the next few weeks, analysts said.

CNNMoney: Martha, and Marvel and Malone, oh my!updated: Wed Dec 20 2006 11:13:00

It has been a great year for many media stocks. So, not surprisingly, it's been a pretty good year for guys like me, who make a living writing about media companies and their stocks.

CNNMoney: Cable stuffing the NFL this Thanksgivingupdated: Wed Nov 22 2006 06:38:00

Thanksgiving, a day given to excess, will include a third helping of pro football this year -- but only for a fraction of U.S. homes.

CNNMoney: Big media's big comebackupdated: Fri Nov 03 2006 11:25:00

Most media stocks have enjoyed a revival on Wall Street this year after a disappointing 2005. But whether or not the group finishes the year on a strong note will largely depend on what three industry leaders say in their upcoming earnings releases.

CNNMoney: Time Warner: Good but not greatupdated: Wed Nov 01 2006 07:16:00

Time Warner posted solid gains in third-quarter earnings and revenues thanks to strong sales growth from cable and an improving profit picture at the company's AOL unit.

Fortune: Comcast earnings prove that cable is backupdated: Thu Oct 26 2006 12:52:00

If anyone needed a further sign of cable's resurgence, it came today in the numbers issued by Comcast, the nation's largest cable player. And it comes at a crucial moment in the telecommunications business -- just a week before expected government approval of the mega-merger between AT&T and BellSouth, a combination seen as necessary to give the telcos the scale to compete with cable.

CNNMoney: Time for Time Warner earningsupdated: Mon Oct 23 2006 10:44:00

Look who's finally joined the media stock party.

Fortune: Why Time Warner's CEO loves cableupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 13:18:00

No wonder Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons likes the cable business so much.

Fortune: Wall Streeters watch cableupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 06:27:00

Are cable stocks cheap? Charles and James Dolan think so. In early October the Dolans, who own 22.5 percent of Cablevision stock and control 74 percent of the voting rights, offered to buy out publ...

CNNMoney: Do you like scary movies?updated: Wed Oct 11 2006 11:28:00

It's October. And you know what that means ... boo!

CNNMoney: Dolans renew Cablevision bid; shares soarupdated: Mon Oct 09 2006 07:07:00

The Dolan family, which controls the New York-based cable provider Cablevision, renewed an offer to take the company private for an estimated $7.9 billion in cash.

CNNMoney: Comcast doesn't see a Net neutrality issueupdated: Wed Sep 20 2006 17:11:00

Comcast doesn't have any plans to limit or prioritize Internet traffic on its network and doesn't see the need for government involvement in the "Net neutrality" issue, chief operating officer Stephen Burke said Wednesday.

CNNMoney: Why Comcast should buy Viacomupdated: Wed Sep 13 2006 10:13:00

Hey, Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts: If you're reading this, I've got some friendly advice for you.

CNNMoney: 'Old' media: We're not dead!updated: Tue Sep 12 2006 10:40:00

Most media stocks have bounced back sharply this year after a brutal 2005 as investors began to realize that entertainment firms are positioning themselves for growth in the new world of digital media.

CNNMoney: Monday Night Football could still be a winnerupdated: Wed Sep 06 2006 13:54:00

Walt Disney is paying almost as much money for only half the pro football this season. And it should be damn glad to be doing so.

CNNMoney: To TiVo or not to TiVoupdated: Mon Aug 28 2006 10:13:00

Wall Street just can't figure out TiVo. Sure, most consumers love the digital video recorder company, which has become the equivalent of Kleenex or Google for the DVR industry.

Fortune: Can AOL keep pace?updated: Mon Aug 21 2006 14:12:00

By our count, AOL has announced four let's-fix-this-puppy plans in as many years. And almost all of them, despite great hype, have turned out to be fairly modest proposals.

CNNMoney: NFL sacks cable companiesupdated: Tue Aug 08 2006 09:54:00

This August is the most brutal month for the National Football League.

Fortune: The other story at Time Warnerupdated: Wed Aug 02 2006 17:10:00

Amid all the coverage around AOL's new strategy, you might not have noticed that Time Warner (parent of and Fortune) made another big announcement this week: The company, along with Comcast, completed its acquisition of Adelphia's cable-television assets in a deal that makes Time Warner's cable unit the nation's third-largest provider of multichannel programming behind Comcast and DirecTV.

CNNMoney: Report: Deal to benefit Time Warner Cableupdated: Mon Jul 31 2006 08:42:00

Time Warner Cable's deal to buy Adelphia Communications will help the cable company bargain for better rates from programmers, although the costs savings won't likely be passed on to consumers, according to a report in The New York Times on Monday.

CNNMoney: Wall St. connects with telcos and cableupdated: Mon Jul 10 2006 12:19:00

There is a big debate in Congress about "Net neutrality" - whether or not broadband network operators such as Verizon and Comcast should be able to charge big Internet companies such as Google and eBay in order to have their Web sites delivered in a smooth, timely fashion.

CNNMoney: Superheroes and GOOOOOALSupdated: Tue Jun 27 2006 09:57:00

The year is half over. And you know what that means. It's time to take a look back at how this column's stock picks have fared.

CNNMoney: Cablevision claims 'fair use' in studio lawsuitupdated: Wed Jun 07 2006 16:17:00

U.S. cable operator Cablevision Systems Corp. on Wednesday said its planned network-based digital video recorder is protected by "fair use" legal precedents established in the famous Sony Betamax video case.

Fortune: Fox the day after tomorrowupdated: Mon May 15 2006 15:14:00

In 1903, an Eastern European immigrant and one-time street peddler named William Fox built a 149-seat movie theater in a penny arcade in Brooklyn.

CNNMoney: Time Warner: V for Vindication?updated: Wed May 03 2006 07:23:00

Time Warner, the world's largest media conglomerate, reported first-quarter sales and earnings that were largely in line with expectations thanks to strong growth at its cable and network TV divisions and also reaffirmed its operating profit forecast for 2006. But will that be enough to lift the stock out of its funk?

CNNMoney: It's Comcasticupdated: Wed Apr 26 2006 11:31:00

Cable giant Comcast has a new ad campaign poking fun at digital subscriber line (DSL) Internet services offered by major phone companies. The commercials feature two turtles known as the Slowskys who are DSL customers.

Fortune: Mr. MTV Grows Upupdated: Thu Apr 13 2006 11:58:00

Say something in Farsi, Tom. "Dasterast is 'to the right,'" replies Tom Freston, the new chief executive of Viacom. "And dastechap is 'to the left.' Ruberu is 'straight ahead,'" he goes on.

CNNMoney: Other cable firms may join Sprint ventureupdated: Mon Apr 10 2006 14:26:00

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Sprint Nextel Corp., the No. 3 U.S. wireless service, has seen interest from other cable television companies wanting to join its venture with four cable TV providers, its top executive said Monday.

Fortune: Mr. MTV grows upupdated: Mon Apr 10 2006 11:49:00

Say something in Farsi, Tom. "Dasterast is 'to the right,'" replies Tom Freston, the new chief executive of Viacom. "And dastechap is 'to the left.' Ruberu is 'straight ahead,'" he goes on.

Business 2.0: Opening Night--In Your Living Roomupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 08:17:00

What if new movies were showing not only at the neighborhood multiplex but also on your cable box? Rainbow Media Holdings--the Cablevision unit that owns the AMC network, the Independent Film Chann...

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