While Time Warner Cable’s feud with CBS continues, so does its standoff with Journal. And while there was a lot of noise about the MSO possibly replacing CBS’ historic Channel 2 slot in NY and L.A., it’s actually Milwaukee’s NBC affiliate that lost its Channel 4 position. As for CBS-TWC, it’s looking more and more likely the blackout could bump up against the start of the NFL season, while one MVPD is taking advantage of the dispute.

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Adams Cable Equipment filed a petition for reconsideration of an FCC Media Bureau order that granted it a limited, conditional waiver of the ban on set-tops with integrated security for its refurbished boxes (Cfax, 7/29). Here’s the case it made to the FCC.
 
Watch out Time Warner Cable, Cox and Bright House, AT&T is eyeing your smart home markets.
 
Fox Sports 1 scored solid ratings on its launch day Sat, which featured 11.5 hours of live NASCAR and UFC programming plus 3 hours of Fox Sports Live. More on FS1’s ratings here.

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