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January 8, 2013
08:27 EDTCBS, DIS, DISCA, CMCSA, DISH, TWX, NWSA, VIADISH rolls out another feature sure to upset TV networks, AllThingsD says
DISH Network (DISH) unveiled several improvements for its “Hopper” service at the CES, including one that will let customers watch any show they’ve paid to see, on any device and at any time, which is like the "TV Everywhere" plan the TV industry has been trying to roll out, reported AllThingsD. DISH, however, did not ask the TV networks and pay TV providers for buy-in or permission and appears prepared to go to court again to defend the feature, the report noted. Reference Link
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April 17, 2015
15:28 EDTCMCSACable stocks should be bought on weakness, says FBN Securities
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14:46 EDTCMCSATime Warner Cable says no indication from DOJ that lawyer leaning against deal
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14:37 EDTCMCSAComcast announces 2 Gigabit residential service In California
Comcast announced it will launch Extreme 250, a new 250 Mbps Internet speed tier for California customers. The company also will increase its Performance tier from 50 Mbps to 75 Mbps and its Blast tier from 105 Mbps to 150 Mbps, both at no additional cost to customers. These changes will all go into effect starting in May and continue throughout the year. Gigabit Pro will be available to homes within close proximity of Comcast's fiber network and will require installation of professional-grade equipment. Comcast first announced Gigabit Pro in Atlanta earlier this month.
14:09 EDTCMCSATime Warner Cable options active on report says DOJ leaning toward lawsuit
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14:06 EDTCMCSADOJ lawyers leaning toward suit to block Comcast-TWC deal, Bloomberg says
Lawyers at the Justice Department’s antitrust division are leaning toward making a recommendation to file suit to block Comcast’s (CMCSA) proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable (TWC), according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter. Staff attorneys could submit their review to Renata Hesse, a deputy assistant attorney general for antitrust, as soon as next week, the report added. John Malone, the chairman of Liberty Media (LMCA), has previously said that Charter Communications (CHTR) would look to buy Time Warner Cable if its deal with Comcast falls through. Shares of Comcast are down 2.6% to $58.11 in afternoon trading after Bloomberg's report, while Time Warner Cable shares are down 5.6% to $149.30. Reference Link
14:00 EDTCMCSATime Warner Cable drops 5.5% after Bloomberg says DOJ leaning toward lawsuit
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13:57 EDTCMCSADOJ close to recommending suit to block Comcast-TWC deal, Bloomberg says
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07:00 EDTDISDisney price target raised to $120 from $105 at Jefferies
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06:17 EDTDISH, CMCSAVerizon to offer monthly custom TV plans, Reuters reports
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April 16, 2015
11:05 EDTCBSCBS April calls active amid subject of recent takeover chatter
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08:01 EDTDISJPMorgan positive on Disney into Q2 earnings report
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07:13 EDTDISDisney and Corus Entertainment sign licensing agreement in Canada
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April 15, 2015
18:36 EDTCMCSANetflix CEO says company looking for FCC to block Comcast/Time Warner deal
Netflix (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings reiterated that the FCC should block the Comcast (CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) merger. Comment provided during Q1 earnings interview.
09:47 EDTCMCSAComcast price target raised to $84 from $70 at BofA/Merrill
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09:02 EDTDISDolby Vision to launch with Disney's Tomorrowland, Disney Pixar's Inside Out
Dolby Laboratories (DLB) and The Walt Disney Studios (DIS) announced that Disney’s Tomorrowland, in theatres May 22, 2015, and Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, in theatres June 19, 2015, will be the first Dolby Vision titles to be shown at Dolby Cinema™ locations around the globe. In addition, Disney’s The Jungle Book, due out April 15, 2016, will also be presented in Dolby Vision, with more titles to be announced.
08:35 EDTDISHRovi to power DISH's voice-based TV interface
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April 14, 2015
09:11 EDTDISHDISH says Netflix now availble to Joey clients
DISH (DISH) announced that it began making Netflix (NFLX) available on Hopper’s accompanying Joey units for second, third and fourth-room viewing. With this update, DISH becomes the first major U.S. pay-TV provider to offer its customers a whole-home Netflix experience, the company said. The Joey launch follows the launch of the Netflix app on its second-generation Hopper DVR in December, DISH noted. DISH also said it became the first pay-TV provider to offer Vevo, which gives customers access to more than 140,000 music videos from their TV. The new Vevo app begins rolling out to DISH’s second-generation Hopper today.
06:30 EDTTWXTwitter threatens Periscope users who illegally streamed 'GoT,' Mashable says
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06:20 EDTNWSAAmazon, HarperCollins reach agreement on publishing pact, WSJ reports
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05:51 EDTCMCSANBCUniversal teams with Germany, France broadcasters to create shows, WSJ says
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