Satellite TV provider DISH Network urged Federal Communications Commission officials this week to reject the proposed merger of Comcast with Time Warner Cable.
A new Consumer Reports poll shows the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable is opposed by 56% of the public. Only 11 percent of those surveyed support the merger. 56 percent were opposed, and 32 percent had no opinion
In January this year Netflix announced they'd produce all their original content series in 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD). On April 6, they confirmed they'd made the entirety of season two of their popular award-winning political drama,House of Cards, available in the cutting-edge format. In June, the streaming service plans to make Breaking Bad available in 4K. Other popular shows will follow.
Senator Franken dropped the hammer on the Comcast Time Warner merger, saying that the deal needs careful scrutiny. He wants federal regulators to protect consumers.
Conservatives are hoping to save Mitt Romney from his failed attempt to avoid a policy discussion about equal pay by feigning outrage over Mika Brzezinski's pay.
Current has some of the smartest people and most compelling programming in the cable universe, so how did things go so wrong for Olbermann and the network?