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Report: Time Warner rebuffed Fox deal because AT&T and Verizon would soon become big customers

With both AT&T and Verizon ramping up mobile video services and making deals with programmers, it's no secret that the two wireless companies are going to become far more influential in the video programming business in the future.

Charter marketing $13.8B in loans for TWC purchase, report says

Charter Communications has begun marketing $13.8 billion in loans as part of its planned $56.7 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable, according to Bloomberg, which cited anonymous sources.

Apple is building its own high-speed network to deliver content: Report

Apple reportedly has become the latest content provider to decide that building its own network to provide a speedier lane for its content is better than using traditional pipes from incumbent providers.

Charter closing in on $55B purchase of TWC, reports say

Charter Communications is closing in on a long-anticipated acquisition of Time Warner Cable, according to several reports, which peg the overall deal value at $55 billion.

Charter in talks to buy Bright House, report says

Charter Communications has quietly been in talks with billionaire Si Newhouse Jr. for months about buying Bright House Networks, according to Bloomberg.

Comcast-TWC stock price differential swells as regulatory worries set in

Investors are becoming concerned about the regulatory climate being faced by Comcast and Time Warner Cable as they attempt to close a $45 billion merger. And that has resulted in a widening chasm between the company's stock prices, increasing the price Comcast shareholders will ultimately pay to acquire TWC.

Report: Time Warner looking to deploy HBO in more Internet-only packages

Seeking to accelerate the subscriber growth of its most valuable asset, Time Warner, Inc. is reportedly looking to expand the availability of broadband-only packages that feature access to HBO.

As bigger iPhones head to production, survey finds 40% of Americans want a phablet

According to a new survey conducted by Accenture, fully 40 percent of Americans would prefer a phablet--a smartphone with a screen of between 5 and 7 inches--instead of a smaller phone. However, that number among Chinese survey respondents shot to 66 percent.

Telecom Italia's Patuano says AT&T has got the right model for success

Telecom Italia's CEO Marco Patuano found that AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson gave him the best advice on how to turn around his struggling company out of all the high-tech executives he met on a recent trip to the U.S., reports  Bloomberg.

New York City rolling out nation's largest free, public Wi-Fi network

The Big Apple has big plans for public Wi-Fi as it rolls out a network that will cover 95 city blocks in Harlem and provide coverage to 80,000 residents as well as businesses and visitors to the area.