After the 16 year MSNBC partnership, Microsoft and NBC Universal ended their alliance Sun.  The software giant agreed to sell its 50% stake, making NBC the sole owner of the site. NBC immediately rebranded the site as There’s more to come: MSNBC TV will launch a new digital home in ’13. Until then, the TV digital content will continue to be available on the NBC News site. The jv is gone but the relationship remains: MSN will continue to be a distribution partner for, featuring NBC News links to content on the MSN homepage and other properties.
Also in the July 17 issue of CableFAX Daily:
Disney Media co-chair Anne Sweeney shares the success of Comcast’s recent Watch Disney launch.
Hearst is still dark on Time Warner Cable, and it turns out some subs are actually enjoying the imported Nexstar stations’ newscasts.
The Season 5 debut of AMC’s“Breaking Bad’ was the series’ most-watched ep ever—even without DISH subs.
Sen Commerce officially announced its Cable Act hearing and witness list for July 24. 

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