The DC Circuit of Appeals ruled in the ISPs’ favor, again: A 3-judge panel struck down key parts of the FCC’s Open Internet Order Tues, remanding the anti-discrimination and anti-blocking rules back to the agency for “further proceedings consistent with this opinion.” Cable scored a major victory with the ruling. Read on for more on what this means for cable, the FCC’s next steps and how the industry has responded.

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Charter mgmt’s conference call Tues afternoon with analysts was its big chance to convince shareholders that it could do a better job running TWC. Most of that presentation was devoted to throwing mud at Time Warner Cable.
 
With Weather Channel on DirecTV unable to agree to terms on a renewal agreement, the dispute has opened the window for rivals to try and dethrone the weather king.
 
 

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Charter evp, field operations Tom Adams ; Cox evp/chief product and technology officer Kevin Hart ; Comcast vp, finance and business operations Meena Soleiman and

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