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CBS, Time Warner Cable dispute is unseemly
CBS, Time Warner Cable dispute is unseemly

CBS, the TV network, and Time Warner, the cable company, are at loggerheads over money. The former, describing itself as "the most-watched television network with the most popular content in the world," would like the latter to pay more than it currently does to carry its shows; the latter thinks the former has set the price too high. The most visible, or rather invisible, result of the dispute is this: If you live in Los Angeles, New York or Dallas (or one of the other five markets with a station owned by the mothership CBS Corp.) and get your TV through Time Warner, you will have noticed that CBS is missing. (Independently owned stations affiliated with CBS are not affected.)...

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