The American Cable Association and a group of independent programmers are urging the FCC to do something about “forced bundling” of channels.

Studio executives are reportedly close to getting two major U.S. exhibition chains on board to release movies “day and date” with their theatrical launch. 

E.W. Scripps Company posted its fourth-quarter revenue, which was marked by a 37% increase in TV revenue.

AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan understands his company may seem over-reliant on “The Walking Dead,” but he sees the series as a cash cow for years to come.

The NCTA, which no longer has its own trade show, will integrate its technical papers into the SCTE’s Cable-Tec Expo convention in Denver next October. 

Arris International reported a 60% spike in GAAP revenue to $1.759 billion for the fourth quarter, driven by hot sales of customer service equipment.

Time Warner is selling its Atlanta broadcast TV station WPCH for $70 million in a possible bid to avoid FCC scrutiny of its pending merger with AT&T.

AMC Networks’ fourth-quarter net income fell to $14 million, compared with $90 million in the year-ago quarter.

Mediacom reported a 5.2% increase in fourth-quarter revenue to $460.5 million, driven by a 12.4% surge in high-speed data revenue and a 7.8% increase in…

Cable