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  • How to watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics on TV

    How to watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics on TV
    The Winter Olympics, from Sochi, Russia, on TV. Many of the most popular events will be broadcast in prime time and on the weekends on NBC. NBCSP is also airing events in prime time and picking up a number of live events in the early-morning hours....
  • Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable could undermine CBS deal

    Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable could undermine CBS deal
    The new distribution contract CBS Corp. signed with Time Warner Cable Inc. last summer after a bitter fight could be a casualty of Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of the pay-TV operator. According to people familiar with the deal, it does not...
  • Severe winter weather estimated to cost economy nearly $50 billion

    Severe winter weather estimated to cost economy nearly $50 billion
    The severe weather that has hit much of the country this winter has cost the economy nearly $50 billion in lost productivity and 76,000 jobs, according to a new survey. The debilitating effects of Old Man Winter hit factory production, which last...
  • Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal would create formidable giant

    Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal would create formidable giant
    Comcast Corp.'s $45.2-billion stock deal for Time Warner Cable would create a media juggernaut with revenue approaching $100 billion and more than 30 million customers, including more than 1.5 million in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. "We view...
  • Bad weather causes big falloff in January factory production

    Bad weather causes big falloff in January factory production
    WASHINGTON -- Severe weather put a big freeze on factory production last month, causing output to fall the most since the Great Recession ended, the Federal Reserve said Friday. Manufacturing output fell 0.8% in January compared with the previous month,...
  • Severe winter weather estimated to cost U.S. economy nearly $50 billion

    Severe winter weather estimated to cost U.S. economy nearly $50 billion
    The severe weather that has hit much of the country this winter has cost the economy nearly $50 billion in lost productivity and 76,000 jobs, according to a new survey. Snow, ice and bitter cold will shave about 0.3 percentage point from economic...
  • WGA wants to stop Comcast/Time Warner Cable wedding

    WGA wants to stop Comcast/Time Warner Cable wedding
    The Writers Guild of America, long a fierce opponent of media consolidation, has given a thumbs-down to the proposed merger between Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable. Comcast Corp. reached an agreement Thursday to buy Time Warner Cable in a deal...
  • A shamed AOL backs off its retirement benefit cut

    A shamed AOL backs off its retirement benefit cut
    Call it a case of PR trumping HR: After days of public shaming and ridicule for his decision to cut the value of his firm's employee retirement benefit -- and his rationalization for doing so -- AOL Chairman and Chief Executive Tim Armstrong has backed...
  • TV This Week Feb. 9 - 15: 'The Night That Changed America' on CBS

    TV This Week Feb. 9 - 15: 'The Night That Changed America' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 9 - 15, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   See latest XXII Winter Olympics TV schedule here.   --------------------...
  • Big media still has plenty of muscle

    Big media still has plenty of muscle
    There may be 500 channels and almost $80 billion in advertising and subscriber revenue in the television industry, but most of that content and cash is controlled by a handful of companies. In a new report on the U.S. media industry, Sanford C....
  • AOL takes 'blame Obamacare' to a new level

    AOL takes 'blame Obamacare' to a new level
    As we observed back in December, one of the solid benefits the Affordable Care Act has brought to business leaders is to give them a convenient scapegoat for their own management problems. AOL's chairman and CEO, Tim Armstrong, this week raised that...