Jay-Z continues to release intense clips for his new album, 4:44, which is due out on Friday, June 30, via Tidal and Sprint. This time, a powerful clip called “MaNyfaCedGod”, a Game of Thrones reference, starring Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o. Last night we got “Killer Jay-Z”, featuring a young... Continue reading
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The Wall Street Journal reports that cable behemoths Charter Communications and Comcast, have entered into exclusive talks with Sprint to discuss plans to offer wireless services, putting Sprint’s merger talks with T-Mobile on hold. There are multiple outcomes that could stem from the discussions.
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JAY-Z is getting his fans hyped for the release of his new project! The 47-year-old entertainer released a new commercial entitled “Kill JAY-Z” on Tidal and Sprint ahead of the release of his upcoming 4:44 project on June 30. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of JAY-Z Originally, Tidal’s 4:44 project appeared to be a [...]
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Jay-Z is really taking a page out of his wifes book with the vibe of this albums promo. Were interested to see how this all gets tied together on Friday Getty/YouTube/Sprint/Tidal
In a potential deal with Sprint, cable operators Comcast and Charter Communications are seeking the ability to sell Sprint’s wireless service under their own brands.
Craig Moffett of the eponymous MoffettNathanson research house opines that the report of talks between Sprint and Comcast and Charter is a "three-way hedge": Sprint gets to improve its leverage should any deal happen down the road with T-Mobile US, while Comcast and Charter set themselves up for favorable pricing should that happen.
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Sprint is holding "exclusive talks" with the two biggest US cable companies.
Sprint Corp., the fourth-largest wireless service provider in the U.S., is reportedly in talks about a wireless partnership with cable giants Charter Communications and Comcast Corp. Reuters reports that Sprint’s share prices were up by as much as 6% today...
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Shares of Sprint surged almost 6% in pre-market trading after a WSJ report it is in talks with Comcast and Charter to provide wireless service to the duo and possibly get an investment by them, or get bought outright. Some analysts think...Show More Summary
That's the merger-related news making the rounds this morning. The cable giants Comcast and Charter are talking with Softbank-controlled Sprint in a two-month period of exclusive negotiations. ... [visit site to read more]