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Report: Former Fox chief Chernin can make the AT&T-DirecTV merger work

Is former News Corp. president and chief operating officer Peter Chernin the man who is going to make the $49.5 billion AT&T/DirecTV merger work?

Hulu bidding continues, but no buyer has emerged yet

Hulu's auction may face some hurdles, according to a report in  TheWrap. Bidders are said to be unhappy with "onerous" demands placed on the potential transaction by Hulu's owners News Corp. and Walt Disney Co.

Hulu auction draws in AT&T as speculation mounts about license sale

Speculation about the Hulu auction continued to mount this week. The latest reports indicate AT&T may join with the Chernin Group on a bid for the online video site.  Hulu is owned by Comcast, News Corp. and Walt Disney Co.

DirecTV, Time Warner Cable reportedly kicking tires at Hulu

Both DirecTV and Time Warner Cable are considering bids to acquire Hulu, according to reports from Bloomberg.

Hulu may limit access to authenticated cable and satellite TV subscribers

Hulu is beginning to embrace TV Everywhere authentication platforms used by cable and satellite TV providers, and may limit access to complete episodes of TV series and movies to pay TV subscribers,

Providence may sell Hulu stake to Comcast, Disney, News Corp.

Five months after Disney (NYSE: DIS), Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) and News Corp. (Nasdaq: NWSA) pulled Hulu off of the auction block, the companies may buy Providence Equity Partner's 10 percent stake in

News Corp., NDS: Hacking accusations are false

Both News Corp. (Nasdaq: NWSA) and NDS over the last two days have slammed the report from BBC Panorama--as well as a related report from the Australian Financial Review--that NDS played a

NDS accused in hacker plot that helped sink ITV

Previous allegations of a hacking scandal involving content security firm NDS have been revived just as the company is being acquired by Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO), as the leader of a hacker site

No Viacom content included in Comcast's Streampix service

Just hours after announcing that Tosh.0, South Park and other Viacom (NYSE: VIA)-owned series were the most popular programs on its video-on-demand platform in 2011, Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) unveiled

March Madness may be biggest test yet for TV Everywhere authentication

With Turner forcing hoops fans to prove that they are a cable or satellite subscriber in order to watch any of its 67 games from the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament for free online and mobile