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The Skinny: I can't wait for the final episodes of
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Running out of time. By this time tomorrow, Time Warner Cable subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas may be without CBS programming. The two sides are locked in a bitter dispute over a new programming contract that would allow Time Warner Cable to continue to carry CBS-owned media properties including its local TV stations. The issue -- as usual -- is money. Although these disputes are fairly common, channels going dark is fairly rare. The latest on the fight from the Los Angeles Times and Variety.
Where did you go Mr. DJ? Millions of radio listeners in Los Angeles and around the country are reeling with the news that Univision's morning personality Eddie "Piolín" Sotelo is off the air. Host of a popular Spanish-language show for years, his ratings had been on the decline as of late. Still the abrupt nature in which he was dropped left fans stunned and upset. Neither side is commenting on what happened although speculation is that it was a contract dispute. More on Sotelo and his legacy from the Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal.
Start your engines. NBC has landed rights to NASCAR races that had been held by cable channels ESPN and
Numero uno. When the dust settles on the July sweeps, Spanish-language broadcaster Univision will have beaten Fox, CBS,
Change the summer blueprint. There have been some big hits this summer including "Man of Steel" and "The Great Gatsby." But this summer will be most remembered for the flops including "The Lone Ranger," "R.I.P.D.," "After Earth" and "Pacific Rim."
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Andie MacDowell on starring in the
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