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Comcast, Time Warner Cable hit with acquisition review delay

Comcast, Time Warner Cable hit with acquisition review delay

The Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger has hit another snag, with the Federal Communications Commission reporting that Time Warner had held back over 7,000 documents. The FCC discovered the issue some time this month, with the reason said to have been caused by "an inappropriate claim of attorney-client privilege." After realizing 7,000 or so documents were withheld, the FCC then discovered Time Warner had also experienced a "vendor error" that resulted in failure to provide more than 31,000 documents.

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Dish Network and Turner squabble, channels go dark

Dish Network and Turner squabble, channels go dark

Contract disputes are a common thing, and we've seen them span all varieties of companies: Amazon has had its share of battles this year, for example, and we've seen television watchers suffer as a result of soured negotiations. That latter issue has again arisen, this time affecting Dish Network subscribers who enjoy watching certain channels, CNN among them. It seems the satellite company is in a dispute with Turner over contractual issues, and as a result several channels -- fairly notable and high-demand ones -- have been pulled.

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NBA tipped in deal with broadcasters for new online video service

NBA tipped in deal with broadcasters for new online video service

If you find the limitations of traditional cable television subscriptions increasingly pointless, you're not the only one. Many consumers complement their cable subscription with online video streaming services and similar offerings, sometimes entirely dropping cable in favor of these alternatives. Access to sports content has been one of the biggest barriers to cable cutting for many, however, an issue that is being increasing addressed. According to sources that have spoken to the Wall Street Journal, NBA fans in particular might be in for some good news.

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Dish complains to FCC about Comcast/Time Warner, DirecTV/AT&T

Dish complains to FCC about Comcast/Time Warner, DirecTV/AT&T

Dish has come out in opposition to the proposed Comcast/Time Warner merger. Speaking to the FCC, the satellite provider says the deal presents “serious competitive concerns” for the industry. They also don’t see how any damage would be mitigated or reversed.

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Comcast wants to cap data, says 500GB is plenty

Comcast wants to cap data, says 500GB is plenty

Comcast, who are in discussions to acquire Time Warner Cable, have redefined capped data. David Cohen, an executive with Comcast says he expects they’ll begin offering “usage-based billing”, which translates to “we’ll give you a data allotment and charge you if you go over it”.

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Roku to run Showtime Anytime app

Roku to run Showtime Anytime app

There’s an addition to the Roku lineup of apps this week, one that brings a wide variety of Showtime-based content to the smart TV system. This update brings the app called Showtime Anytime to Roku, this including TV series like Nurse Jackie and Dexter. This app includes a layout unique to Roku, one that serves up search and recently watched features atop a number of broad categories.

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Tech companies tipped to announce WifiForward coalition

Tech companies tipped to announce WifiForward coalition

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that several tech companies are planning to announce a coalition called WifiForward today. The group will "add heft" to lobbying in Washington for increased WiFi airwaves, and aim to expand access to the wireless networks that permeate so many daily lives.

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Comcast tipped to acquire Time Warner Cable [UPDATE: Confirmed]

Comcast tipped to acquire Time Warner Cable [UPDATE: Confirmed]

Comcast is slated to acquire Time Warner Cable in what would be a merger of the two largest cable operators in the United States, according to sources that spoke with The Wall Street Journal. The acquisition is said to be taking place for $45 billion, all in stock, and would ensure Comcast's continued dominance in the industry.

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Showtime Anytime lands for Time Warner Cable subscribers

Showtime Anytime lands for Time Warner Cable subscribers

Time Warner Cable has announced some good news for subscribers that have Showtime on their cable plan. Subscribers to Time Warner can now get access to the Showtime Anytime authentication service. This service allows free, on demand access to Showtime content on mobile devices.

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Time Warner Cable giving away TV antennas to subscribers hit by CBS blackout

Time Warner Cable giving away TV antennas to subscribers hit by CBS blackout

The CBS blackout for many Time Warner Cable subscribers has been a long, annoying reality for the better part of a month now, and as such the cable service provider is giving away a limited number of TV antennas. In doing so, those affected who happen to grab one before inventory runs out will be able to access CBS over the air, assuming they're in a location with reception.

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Time Warner tipped to keep TV offline with incentives to content groups

Time Warner tipped to keep TV offline with incentives to content groups

If you planned on getting your fair share of your favorite television show courtesy of the folks at Time Warner this upcoming entertainment season, you'd better guess again. According to sources speaking with Bloomberg - the anonymous type - Time Warner is offering incentives to media companies to keep their content away from the web. Strange as that might seem, they've suggested that keeping video content out of the libraries of Intel Corp and Apple are said to be just part of the equation.

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Time Warner to bring out-of-home streaming to iOS live TV app

Time Warner to bring out-of-home streaming to iOS live TV app

Two years ago, Time Warner Cable released a live TV streaming app for the iPad, however, one caveat was that you could only stream live TV while inside of your home, and while connected to Time Warner's internet. Now Time Warner is looking to change that up, tomorrow, by updating its live TV streaming app for iOS devices that will let its customers stream live TV even if they're not at home.

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