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CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the latest detail on the continuing feud between CBS and Time Warner Cable over fees.
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Negotiations have ground to a halt leaving viewers in the dark, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin, with the latest details on the battle over transmission fees.
Richard Greenfield, BTIG analyst, provides perspective on the fee feud between the two media giants and its likely impact on the industry.
The media fee feud has left millions of television viewers in the dark as the two sides have been unable to reach an agreement so far.
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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.
In an unusual show of solidarity between rivals, satellite TV provider DirecTV issued a statement applauding Time Warner Cable's decision to drop CBS programming.
Time Warner Cable has dropped CBS in New York, LA, Dallas and several other markets after a deadline expired. "We deeply regret this ill-advised action ..." CBS said.
CBS and Time Warner Cable failed to reach a deal by the deadline. CBS stations, as well as Showtime are blacked out for many Time Warner Cable subscribers, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on negotiations between CBS and Time Warner Cable. They are debating how much money Time Warner Cable should pay for CBS and Showtime.
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If Time Warner Cable and CBS do not agree on fees TWC pays CBS, or extend the deadline again, 3 million subscribers will lose access to CBS and Showtime. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Time Warner Cable is afraid that passing along higher prices would send subscribers running.
According to a report, Charter and Cox Communications may be in store for a major cable merger. And Chris Marangi, Gabelli Funds, provides insight on why he likes Comcast and thinks Time Warner will do well.
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.
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.