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  • Cablevision Systems president and CEO Jim Dolan speaks at The Internet and Television Expo in Chicago, May 6, 2015.

    The cable giants didn't mince words at INTX as they addressed the big issues they're facing: consolidation, regulation and disruption.

  • Standing on 4th St. in Los Angeles, Arturo Ortiz, left, from Braceros Unidos de California and Laura Blum-Smith with Writers (cq) Guild of America - West are among a small group of protestors outside the Public Utilities Commission's public comment meeting concerning the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger on April 14, 2015.

    Comcast on Friday called off its proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and its prior agreement with Charter Communications.

  • Cramer: It's Comcast vs. Google

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the future of delivering content on the heels of Comcast's decision to walk away from its bid for Time Warner Cable.

  • Why Comcast walked away from deal: Brian Roberts

    Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses the decision to terminate its bid for Time Warner Cable. We have to move on, says Roberts.

  • Don't feel sorry for TWC CEO: Richard Parsons

    Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on where Time Warner Cable and CEO Robert Marcus go from here now that it appears the Comcast-TWC merger will not go through.

  • Comcast to drop TWC bid

    Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on why the Comcast-TWC deal went cold.

  • What will Comcast buy next?

    I think wireless makes a lot of sense, says Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, sharing his thoughts on where Comcast to make its next acquisition.

  • Inside 'black box' of media mergers: Pro

    Reed Hundt, REH Advisors and former FCC chairman, says he thinks the DirecTV-AT&T will likely go through and weighs in on the future of media mergers under a different administration.

  • Comcast-TWC deal in jeopardy from beginning: Expert

    I don't think there was any way Comcast could have saved it, says Reed Hundt, REH Advisors and former FCC chairman, providing insight to Comcast's bid for Time Warner Cable.

  • It's standing room only at the Public Utilities Commission's public comment meeting concerning the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger on April 14, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA.

    Comcast could drop its bid for Time Warner Cable as soon as Friday, a source told CNBC.

  • watching tv online tablet

    The economics of cable television started out fairly simply. Today, it's a lot more complicated.

  • A pedestrian passes an AT&T store in New York.

    The company agreed to pay $25 million to settle an FCC investigation into the customer data security lapses.

  • Net neutrality 'jump ball': Mark Cuban

    Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner, weighs in on net neutrality and regulating the Internet.

  • Charles Ergen

    Incoming CEO Charlie Ergen says Dish Network isn't in any rush to unload the vast amounts of broadcast spectrum it has amassed since 2008.

  • NFL television

    TV blackouts have lost significance, and experts says the NFL's move to drop them is designed to appease lawmakers and regulators.

  • Quarterback Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks is tackled by the St. Louis Rams in a 2014 NFL game.

    National Football League teams voted to suspend the league's long-standing TV blackout policy for the upcoming season.

  • Sen. John Thune

    Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune tells CNBC the rules approved by the FCC on net neutrality are "wrongheaded" and "very dangerous."

  • Sen. Thune: FCC's 'light touch' radically changed

    Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), weighs in on what he wants to hear from FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on net neutrality, and shares his plan to replace current rules.

  • Energy huge win for economy, not tech: McNealy

    Scott McNealy, Wayin co-founder, takes a look back at the tech boom of 2000 and where he sees the tech industry headed from here. McNealy also voices his frustration with the FCC's net neutrality ruling.

  • FCC's Wheeler: Dispelling 'imaginary horribles'

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, weighs in on President Obama's public comments on net neutrality and if the ruling increases a threat of lawsuits.