Another year makes it into the cable history books, and boy, was there a lot to write about. With so much going on, it can be a little hard to keep track of it all. So, here’s our take on some of the biggest stories of the year, including John Malone’s entry back into cable, the Time Warner Cable/CBS dispute and new network launches.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:
 
Liberty Media announced Fri that it has proposed to make satellite radio Sirius XM a wholly-owned unit. More from Liberty chmn John Malone.
 
Discovery Comm didn’t just quietly reup pres/CEO David Zaslav’s contract in an SEC filing. It announced that his employment has been extended through the end of ’19.
 

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