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Cablevision 'undervalued' as acquisition target, analyst says

With Altice SA and Patrick Drahi circling Cablevision, FBN Securities' Robert Routh says the Bethpage, N.Y.-based MSO is actually undervalued as an acquisition target.

Google, Sprint, Microsoft see potential in aggregated Wi-Fi, but initial revenues aren't impressive

Sprint, Google, Time Warner Cable and Huawei have developed plans to deploy Wi-Fi to achieve specific goals for their companies. For Sprint and TWC, the mission is to expand and improve coverage. Huawei wants to sell more handsets, while Google and Microsoft are interested in making their digital services more accessible to a larger audience.

Senators ask FCC to investigate 'ridiculous' pay-TV prices

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and three of his fellow progressive Senators have written the FCC, asking the agency to investigate what they term the "ridiculous" price of cable TV and broadband fees.

Charter is 'naive' about DoJ concerns, analyst Greenfield says

Although most analysts expect federal regulators to approve Charter Communications' bid to simultaneously buy Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, BTIG Research analyst Richard Greenfield remains highly skeptical.

Comcast's next big move? Probably a stock buyback, not more M&A, analysts say

As it readies for its July 23 second-quarter earnings call, a new CFO at the helm, and its failed merger with Time Warner Cable behind it, Comcast is preparing to be peppered with questions regarding its growth strategy going forward.

Charter issues M&A bond, part of $31B funding plan for TWC purchase

Charter Communications has issued a much-anticipated high-grade M&A bond as part of its $31 funding plan for the acquisition of Time Warner Cable.

Charter ramps up lobbying for TWC deal with new lobbying firms, PUC filings in NY, Calif.

Charter Communications has begun ramping up its lobbying efforts to get regulators to approve its proposed mergers with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Specifically, the company has filed applications in favor of the transactions with the New York Public Services Commission and California's Public Utilities Commission. The company has also hired four new lobbying firms, according to a report in The Hill, a move that raises its total number of outside consulting firms to nine.

Time Warner Cable CEO Marcus' $34.6M payday puts him atop cable exec compensation

Could the CEOs of online video providers soon be seeing paychecks along the lines of their counterparts in the pay-TV industry? Regardless of how long it may take, it may be a good idea for them to check out the 2014 compensation packages of cable executives.

Meet the big winners in pay-TV industry's executive compensation

Despite all the talk about competition from over-the-top and consumers' increasing desire to cut the cord, 2014 was a pretty good year for pay-TV executives.  FierceCable  created a list of the highest-paid executives in the cable and pay-TV industry.  Special report

Meet the highest-paid execs in the pay-TV industry

For all of their fears of the threats posed by over-the-top players, the top executives in the pay-TV industry aren't doing too bad for themselves. Our sister publication  FierceCable  has a roundup of the highest-paid executives in the cable and pay-TV industry.  Special report