Less than 2 weeks after Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said at an investor conference that the MSO would drop what it claimed were underperforming cable nets when their contracts expire, Ovation became the 1st network to get the ax notice. The op informed Ovation that it plans to drop the arts network when the current contract expires at midnight on Dec 31. More from TWC and Ovation’s response.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:

Digital content gurus gathered in L.A. for HRTS’ monthly luncheon didn’t necessarily break new ground Tues, but the warnings about disaggregation seem to be getting more dire. Read on for their predictions on the future of network ratings.
Citing violation of online privacy rules, the Center for Digital Democracy filed a complaint at the FTC asking the agency to examine and take action against Nick and mobile game developer PlayFirst for “deceptive marketing” of the SpongeBob Diner Dash game. More about the claim here.

The Daily


Broadband Labels Legislation Revived

Rep Angie Craig (D-MN) introduced legislation Thursday that would provide consumers with transparent information on broadband services available in their area. The Broadband Consumer Transparency Act of 2021

Read the Full Issue
The Skinny is delivered on Tuesday and focuses on the cable profession. You'll stay in the know on the headlines, topics and special issues you value most. Sign Up



Hiring? In conjunction with our sister brand, Cynopsis, we are offering hiring managers a deep pool of media-savvy, skilled candidates at a range of experience levels and sectors, The result will be an even more robust industry job board, to help both employers and job seekers.

Contact John@cynopsis.com for more information.