Topic: government regulation
Streaming TV services like AT&T TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now) could soon be considered “effective competition” for cable operators like Charter.
21st Century Fox and Comcast will have a busy weekend as the two engage in an auction to determine the winner of U.K. pay TV operator Sky.
The FCC has released its regulatory fee schedule, and Dish Network and DirecTV are going to have to foot a bigger part of the pay TV provider bill.
The DOJ is challenging a court’s decision to allow the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger, and now it could be getting a small assist from the FCC.
Tribune Media terminated its $3.9 billion merger deal with Sinclair Broadcasting on Thursday and filed suit against Sinclair for breach of contract.
Charter went into the weekend with some bad news: The New York Public Service Commission wants to revoke its Time Warner Cable merger approval.
A bill being circulated by Rep. Steve Scalise would dramatically alter how pay TV operators, broadcasters and programmers negotiate carriage deals.
The FCC went public with its hearing order on Sinclair’s $3.9 billion Tribune acquisition and is questioning the company's planned station sell-offs.
Despite Sinclair revising its Tribune merger to address some station divestitures, the FCC ordered a hearing and may have derailed the deal for good.
Sinclair again altered its planned station sales as part of its proposed $3.9 billion Tribune acquisition, to quell concerns of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.