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  • Warner Bros. Television announces first-ever directors' workshop

    Warner Bros. Television announces first-ever directors' workshop
    So you want to be a director? Warner Bros. Television is hoping to help. On Thursday, the studio announced it will launch a directors' workshop, designed to "provide up-and-coming directors with the opportunity to break into primetime television,"...
  • Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service

    Google looks to expand its speedy Internet service
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google has unveiled an ambitious plan to expand its blazing-fast Internet service to millions of people in 34 more U.S. cities in the clearest sign yet that the Internet giant plans to challenge cable and phone companies in what...
  • Comcast-Time Warner Cable: How a monopoly can get even worse for you

    Comcast-Time Warner Cable: How a monopoly can get even worse for you
    A remarkable amount of cynicism is being expressed in connection with Comcast's $45-billion offer for Time Warner Cable, a deal that will cement Comcast's position as the dominant cable operator in America. The idea is that already the cable industry is...
  • 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...
  • Keep the Internet free and open

    Keep the Internet free and open
    Should the Internet be considered a public utility? How you answer that question will define what role you think federal regulators should play in ensuring that all content, from Netflix programs to Rush Limbaugh podcasts, receives equal treatment by...
  • Dodgers channel plays hardball. Jimmy Fallon makes debut.

    Dodgers channel plays hardball. Jimmy Fallon makes debut.
    After the coffee. Before checking Jimmy Fallon's ratings. The Skinny: Watched episode four of "House of Cards" last night. No spoiler here but I think CNN's Ashleigh Banfield got a more high-profile assignment in a fictional TV show than she ever...
  • NBC Sochi Olympics ratings dip; Bob Costas to return

    NBC Sochi Olympics ratings dip; Bob Costas to return
    NBC's prime-time Sochi Olympics ratings have failed to achieve the same high levels as four years ago when the games were held in a compatible time zone in Vancouver, Canada. The nine- to 12-hour time difference between Sochi, Russia, and the U.S....
  • 'Lego' enjoys holiday weekend. '12 Years a Slave' gets BAFTA prize.

    'Lego' enjoys holiday weekend. '12 Years a Slave' gets BAFTA prize.
    After the coffee. Before remembering to record Jimmy Fallon tonight. The Skinny: I'm three episodes into "House of Cards." Unlike other folks, I'm perfectly happy taking my time to get through it. Now if I had the rest of HBO's "True Detective"...
  • Letters: A cable behemoth?

    Letters: A cable behemoth?
    Re "A media behemoth," Feb. 14 The proposed merger of Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable is unthinkable. For federal regulators, it should be dead on arrival. It is an example of media consolidation at its worst. The beneficiaries would be Comcast...
  • Writers Guild of America and studios suspend contract talks

    Writers Guild of America and studios suspend contract talks
    The Writers Guild of America and the major studios and networks are taking a break from the bargaining table after two weeks of negotiations. The guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers announced Saturday night that they had...
  • Comcast taps its ex-SEAL, Neil Smit, to lead bulked-up cable group

    Comcast taps its ex-SEAL, Neil Smit, to lead bulked-up cable group
    Should Comcast Corp.'s $45-billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable be approved, the company plans to dispatch its ex-Navy SEAL. Neil Smit, Comcast Cable chief executive and a former Navy SEAL, this week was named Comcast's go-to guy: the executive...