Time Warner Cable watching Dodgers sale; India's Jain TV plays the HITS

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>  The sale of the L.A. Dodgers could put Time Warner Cable in a broadcast rights battle with News Corp.'s Fox. Article

> Jain TV Group has chosen Intelsat's Headend in the Sky technology, which will help the group meet India's digital broadcast transition goal. Article

And finally... Scripps Networks is moving to acquire Travel Channel International. Article

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