The Skinny

AT&T added another video option to its lineup this week, but the launch let to more headaches than hurrahs for its subscriber base. The jury's still out on whether the reunion of Viacom and CBS will be good news for the companies, but Wall Street started hedging their bets as soon as the news broke.

It’s no secret that modern TV content delivery has evolved into a multi-faceted beast that feeds off a smorgasbord of distribution options—with consumers and TV execs caught in the middle of what can feel like a chaotic food fight. Read More »

The DOJ’s bet on DISH to maintain competition in the wireless marketplace hasn’t quelled the state AGs suing to block the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. Read More »

Local cable franchising authorities can’t regulate a cable operator’s broadband service, according to the FCC. Read More »

Discovery follows alias Glenn Stearns as he plans to turn $100 into $1 million in just 90 days. Read More »

Moments after a panel of attorneys at The Indy Show discussed if/when broadcasters would sue over streaming app Locast , a WSJ story broke that the four major broadcast networks have filed suit in the hopes of Read More »

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