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Comcast will form a new strategic company to invest $4.1 billion in growth-oriented companies in the United States and abroad, the company announced Tuesday.
Cablevision Systems is planning to make an offer for the New York Daily News as early as this week, valuing the troubled tabloid at just $1.
Vice and HBO are announcing the most expansive content deal for either company.
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.
Comcast said it expects the regulatory review of its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable to end in the middle of this year.
Incoming Dish Network CEO, Charlie Ergen, sits down with CNBC's David Faber to discuss Sling TV and potential competitors.
The story of the television bundle has CNBC's Jim Cramer hooked. "This is such a great story," he said.
Unbundling is going to be engineered by the cable companies, says Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on the battle for content and viewers.
Sony has unveiled its PlayStation Vue streaming video service, announcing pricing, and launching in three cities.
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.
What Apple's new TV streaming service means for the traditional cable bundle, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Content is being sold inefficiently in cable bundle, and Apple's reported Internet TV service shows consumer tastes are shifting, Mark Mahaney says.
This is a big splash in the bucket, says Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, sharing his thoughts on what Apple's newest push says about the future of cable and how we consume content.
HBO Now, the new $15-per-month service, is momentous for Time Warner, as its first direct-to-consumer offering and it's also a key test for the entire cable industry.
The New York Times takes a deeper look at the changing television landscape and the future of the cable bundle.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler tells CNBC he decided to support net neutrality independently, and not because Obama backed the regulations.
Net neutrality rules proposed by the FCC are a "sad example of unreasoned decision-making," former commission chairman Michael Powell tells CNBC.
Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson founder, provides his thoughts on the outlook on cable and satellite operators.
Investors should wait for a better entry point to buy into Netflix, SunTrust analyst Robert Peck told CNBC.
Jon Stewart helped turn Viacom's Comedy Central into a TV force, and now it doesn't have any natural successors for him.