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Netflix-TWC set-top box talks reportedly held up by Comcast takeover

The cable operator-leased set-top box is one device where Netflix has yet to find much of a foothold.

DirecTV suggests a la carte distribution for TWC's SportsNet LA

If Comcast succeeds in closing its merger agreement with Time Warner Cable, one of its first challenges may be to secure carriage deals for SportsNet LA, the regional sports network TWC plans to launch this spring with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Consumer groups protest Comcast-TWC merger agreement

Two consumer groups lashed out at the proposed Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable, insisting that that deal would give Comcast too much market power and result in higher monthly bills for consumers.

Wi-Fi deployments drive Ruckus to 17.5% jump in revenue

While Ruckus Wireless saw its fourth-quarter revenue jump 17.5 percent to $73 million, the Wi-Fi technology vendor, whose customers include Time Warner Cable, said most of its deployments in Q4 were overseas.

Scripps: Comcast-TWC won't hit retrans fees for at least 2 years

After Comcast executives told analysts Wednesday that its merger with Time Warner Cable could help it reduce programming expenses, TV station group owner E.W. Scripps announced that it wouldn't expect the deal to take a toll on the retransmission-consent revenue it collects from the cable MSOs until 2016 at the earliest.

WifiForward adds ballast to demand for unlicensed spectrum

Internet and communications heavyweights along with other supporters want more spectrum for Wi-Fi, and they want it now. The WifiForward coalition is calling for policymakers to open up more unlicensed spectrum for Wi-Fi and other uses, contending that Wi-Fi in general is at risk due to a deluge of wireless data traffic that is causing increasing spectrum congestion.

Will merging Comcast and Time Warner Cable open Pandora's Box?

I was starting to write a column last night about some predictions that former Tele-Communications Inc. chief Leo Hindery had in 1999 about the impact of cable consolidation when news broke about the Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal. Those statements from Hindery, the architect of a series of cable system acquisitions and swaps in 1997 that we called the "Summer of Love," are as relevant today as ever.

Neil Smit to lead operations at merged Comcast – Time Warner Cable

Comcast said that Neil Smit, a former Navy SEAL who has been CEO of its Comcast Cable unit since 2010, will lead operations at the super-sized cable MSO after its merger with Time Warner Cable closes.

Analyst: Comcast/Time Warner Cable deal could open door for Sprint/T-Mobile

Comcast's just-announced $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable could open the door for SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son to push more forcefully for deal between Sprint and T-Mobile US. The Comcast-TWC merger might also benefit Verizon Wireless, which has been reselling services with each of the cable companies.

Comcast-TWC deal will squeeze programming and technology vendors

Comcast executives said Wednesday that the company expects that it will be able to reduce spending on programming and technology with its acquisition of Time Warner Cable, predicting that the combined company will be able to reduce capital spending by $400 million annually within three years of the deal closing.