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CABLE SHAPES UP! Members of CableFit #teamplatform at NCTA get ready to run a St. Patrick’s Day 8K road race, spanning the U.S. Capitol grounds and National Mall on March 9, (back row, l. to r.): Julie Hance, Ethan Buch, Frank Gallagher, Kristin Buch, Steven Morris, Lisa Hamilton, Scot Donaldson, Rob Stoddard, Rick Stoddard; (front row, l. to r.): Kelly Allers, Kat Stewart, Esther Song, Carleigh Blewett, Lisa Otto.  NCTA’s team finished 11th in a field of 54.



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12.06.2013 Attack of the Drones
Cable's no stranger to the power of innovation, and Amazon.com's plans to eventually roll out robotic drones has captured the public's imagination. But have we really thought this through?...
12.06.2013 8 Novel-Based Cable Series Launching in 2014
Vampires, secret societies, spies, time travel… and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Novel adaptions are plentiful in the cable TV world, and there are some greats ones on the horizon next year. Here are 8 to look for....
12.06.2013 Comings & Goings
Guess which cable exec used to work undercover narcotics?...
12.05.2013 Leave STELA Alone - Walden Doesn’t Want Retrans Mixed with Satellite Laws
Rep Greg Walden on STELA, Tennis Channel's Supreme Court request and Starz's programming strategy....
12.05.2013 Zeebox Connects ‘Wendy Williams Show’ with Branded Social TV Platform
Under a partnership announced Thursday, “The Wendy Williams Show” became the first to expand Zeebox’s TV Rooms feature into a customized syndicated social TV platform dubbed “Wendy’s TV World,” essentially creating an embedded social space for the brand on its website....
12.05.2013 Edward Burns on 'Mob City' and Working in Television
Edward Burns plays the infamous mobster Bugsy Siegel in Frank Darabont’s latest TV venture "Mob City"  (premiered Dec 4 on TNT), but he’s best known for creating independent films such as The Brothers McMullen. Get comfortable, TV world. Come February, he’ll be shooting the pilot for "Public Morals," a period police drama set in 1967 New York. We spoke with Burns about the shows, working in TV and how the landscape has changed in recent years....
12.04.2013 IP Transition - Cable's Concern
Since taking office earlier this month, new FCC chairman Tom Wheeler wasted no time taking on the IP transition challenge...
12.04.2013 Aloha Rate Regulation - Time Warner Cable Request Gets OK from FCC
The FCC revokes the Big Island's certification to regulate basic cable, House Republicans say they're rewriting the Communications Act and 2 stations in MA go dark on DirecTV....
12.04.2013 Why Netflix Not Letting Your Kids Binge Won’t Matter
After Netflix debuted “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black” by releasing entire seasons at the same time, much was made about the OTT service’s binge-viewing friendliness. So, it’s no surprise that the decision to only offer a limited number of episodes of new animated children’s original “Turbo Fast” (launching Christmas Eve) is drawing a lot of attention. My take: it won’t matter....
12.03.2013 Tom Wheeler’s Take - Let Data Pricing Evolve
Wheeler gives his first policy speech, Comcast is working on a ratings strategy for on demand content and AMC Nets gets a thumbs up from analysts....
12.03.2013 Survey Says - Media Execs’ Optimism Returning
If the daily rumbles of potential MSO merger partners didn’t clue you in, EY’s 9th “Capital Confidence Barometer” report on media & entertainment should crystalize it: confidence in the sector is up and conditions for M&A are improving....
12.03.2013 TiVo's Take - Linear-OTT Combo is Future of TV; Protect the CableCARDs
Once upon a time, it seemed all over-the-top articles centered on cord-cutting. But that has shifted in recent months to a belief that the TV industry is moving toward a model that combines linear TV and over-the-top video. TiVo CEO Tom Rogers said this has been TiVo's vision....
12.02.2013 7 Steps to Protecting Your Customer’s Personal Data
With a number of consumer protection rules governing personal data, it is becoming increasingly important for those who gather data to ensure that the customer information collected and stored doesn’t make them vulnerable to costly legal exposures. Mary M. Collins, pres & CEO of the Media Financial Management Association, offers seven steps to protecting your customer's personal data....
12.02.2013 John Hendricks and the Power of Discovery
In the early 1980s, John Hendricks thought that cable could become the platform for PBS-style programming based on science, nature, and history – he called it the Discovery Channel. Larry Satkowiak, pres & CEO of The Cable Center, recalls the network's beginnings....
11.27.2013 TiVo’s Take - Linear-OTT Combo is Future of TV; Protect the CableCARDs
TiVo's earnings, Sen Commerce chmn Jay Rockefeller on shared services agreements and Arris enables IPv6 support for Comcast....
11.27.2013 Program Reviews - 'Silver Bells,' 'Treme,' 'Kirstie'
CableFAX Daily skips publishing for its Thanksgiving break, but we’ve given you our weekly program reviews online. Happy Thanksgiving and happy viewing....
11.27.2013 Comings & Goings
Guess which cable exec was kissed on the cheek by Katy Perry backstage at her concert?...
11.27.2013 Weather Channel Embraces Programmatic Buying
The programmatic buying and selling of advertising inventory is fast taking hold of the media industry. But it hasn’t been embraced by the industry with open arms. Whereas many TV networks were opposed to it less than a year ago, plenty have come on board since then. Weather Channel is one network that's looking to be a leader in the space, so we spoke with the channel's vp of programmatic....
11.26.2013 Holiday Season - Marketers Take Advantage of CE Top Picks
Special offers from MVPDs for the holidays, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic inks a deal and TWC upgrades its WiFi Finder app....
11.26.2013 A Cable Reporter Gives Thanks
With Thanksgiving upon us, my social media feed is full of friends and colleagues expressing what they’re most thankful for this year. I share their gratitude for family, friends, health and Starbucks’ peppermint mochas. But the cable trade reporter in me has plenty of industry-related news to be thankful for in 2013. Just a few highlights…...
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