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Joe Flint

Writer

Joe Flint no longer works for the L.A. Times. A veteran entertainment industry journalist, he has covered all angles of the business from Washington, D.C., to Hollywood. Flint joined the Los Angeles Times in April 2009 and previously spent seven years covering media for the Wall Street Journal. He also was a senior editor at Entertainment Weekly and television editor of Daily Variety.

Recent Articles

  • DirecTV and AT&T look to take over Houston sports channel

    DirecTV and AT&T look to take over Houston sports channel

    AT&T's $49-billion deal to buy satellite broadcaster DirecTV has a long way to go before closing, but the two companies are already partnering on a Houston sports channel. DirecTV and AT&T have submitted a plan to a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Houston to take control of Comcast SportsNet Houston,...

  • Pac-12 Network still on sidelines with DirecTV

    Pac-12 Network still on sidelines with DirecTV

    DirecTV's new deal to carry ESPN's SEC Network, a college sports channel devoted to the Southeastern Conference, isn't sitting well with Larry Scott, the commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference, whose own channels are still not carried by the satellite broadcaster. Launched in 2012, Pac-12 Networks...

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