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The fees war between CBS and Time Warner Cable is heating up, as negotiations between the two media conglomerates break down, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Consolidation chatter in the cable industry has stocks on the move. Charter shares were up more than 4 percent on a report there are "discussions" between Charter and Cox.
The increasing value of CBS' content is precisely why CEO Les Moonves is standing firm in his negotiations to be paid more for his channels for subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and Houston.
The cable space could be getting smaller, reports CNBC's David Faber with the latest details on discussions between Charter Communication and Cox Communications.
CNBC's David Faber reports the latest details on Viacom's strong third quarter numbers and Cablevision's earnings rise but drop in subscribers.
Richard Greenfield, BTIG analyst, explains why he thinks it's time for Time Warner Cable to "take a much harder line" on CBS as a deadline looms in its battle with the network over fees.
With the rumor mills chugging out regular stories about Twitter's plans for an IPO, media analysts are debating whether recent problems regarding "trolling" - anonymous bullies on the Internet - could scupper any flotation plans.
Time Warner Cable reported revenue below analysts' estimates as it added less than half the number of subscribers for high-speed data services that analysts had expected.
The timing of the decision by Comcast to buyout the rest of NBCUniversal "looks great," Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts told CNBC.
"All the businesses grew revenue and that's a real highlight for me," said Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, breaking down the company's quarterly numbers of $0.65 EPS on revenues of $16.270 billion. Also Roberts discusses the company's decision to invest another $18 billion in content, and reveals where he sees other business opportunities ahead.
David Zaslav, Discovery Communications president and CEO, discusses what's driving revenues and why he sees the biggest growth opportunities in Western Europe.
About three million Time Warner Cable customers were not able to watch CBS programming last night as fee negotiation continue between the two companies, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Time Warner Cable reversed its decision to take CBS network off the air, after initially announcing a blackout when the two sides failed to reach an agreement on fees.
Apple fans on Monday poured cold water on recent research that showed Samsung had stolen Apple's crown as the world's most profitable mobile handset vendor.
Tuna Amobi, Standard & Poor's analyst, provides a preview of this week's media results, as a deadline looms in the Time Warner Cable and CBS fee fight.
Time Warner Cable and CBS, locked in a battle over fees will continue negotiating until Monday, which temporarily averted a blackout in some large cities.
Over $10 billion is set to change hands in the world of telecommunications as two key merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced on Tuesday.
There was a lot of talk among media moguls yesterday at the Allen & Company conference about Steve Ballmer's plan to realign Microsoft, immigration reform and the NSA's Prism controversy, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Liberty's John Malone is looking for massive consolidation in the cable industry, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Billionaire Robert Johnson, The RLJ Companies founder & chairman, talks about the "Rooney Rule" and the importance of giving "people a shot" at moving ahead in management.