On Mon, the CBS O&Os and Showtime returned to Time Warner Cable and Bright House customers, exactly 1 month after they went dark (and days before the return of the NFL regular season). Analysts’ reports have CBS’s price per sub jumping from about $.85 to $1.50 and approaching $2 by the end of the deal, which lasts at least 3 years. Wells Fargo Securities weighs in on who likely favored in the dispute and each side issues comments on the deal. More details here.

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Time Warner Cable had a change of heart, launching the Longhorn Network on Friday.
There’s a new gm at TLC, following Amy Winter’s departure from the post.

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Nielsen Shifting National Measurement

Nielsen ’s push to revolutionize and futureproof its audience measurement continues. The company announced Monday that it is shifting its national television measurement process and will be basing audience

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