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Friday Cable Ratings: CNN’s Cooper Nearly Doubles MSNBC’s Hayes in Demo

15 hours agoNews : Mediaite

MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes stood out Friday night as the only regular primetime show on the big three cable news networks to draw less than 100K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 8 p.m. time slot, Chris Hayes was third with 87K, which CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 had nearly twice as many viewers with 168K and Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 399K.

Verizon Nearing End Of Plans To Build FiOS Network

Are you like a lot of people in this country — You want to change your broadband provider but you can’t because the only high-speed option in your town is your cable company? Maybe you’ve been holding out hope that Verizon will bring FiOS to your town so that you’ll at least have something that resembles a choice. We’ve got … [More]

Cablevision Launching Unlimited, Wifi-Only Mobile Plan In New York

Regional cable operator Cablevision is jumping into the mobile fray in a big way this week, and they’re doing it an untraditional way. The new service is 100% based on a network of wifi hotspots: Cell phones without the cell. New York tri-state area cable and broadband provider Cablevision announced the new service today, the Wall Street Journal reports. … [More]

ESPN's Music Focus: How Athletes and Artists Are Learning From Each Other

In recent years, ESPN's music focus has come to rival that of MTV. The cable network uses songs from diverse artists to bolster its sports coverage—and makes music a regular feature of its glossy magazine to entice readers and ad dollars. Show More Summary

Sling TV Really is Cable TV for Millennials – Review

For a lot of people desperately trying to get away from the cable cabal, Sling TV might just prove to be the silver bullet they’ve been looking for. The new service promises to stream some of the most popular cable network channels live...Show More Summary

Sling TV review: Not quite the cord cutter’s dream, but a bargain for millennial families

The unbundling trend is trickling down from apps to television with the launch of Sling TV, Dish Network’s US-only, live TV subscription service at just $20 a month  – no contract required. It’s an ironic concept: A US-based cable service aimed at cord cutters who don’t want to pay for cable. Show More Summary

Sling TV: High-quality video streams, with some notable trade-offs

Dish Network's new Sling TV service, which starts rolling out this week, is an unapologetically niche product. If you're looking for a streaming video service that's a perfect substitute for cable or satellite TV, Sling TV isn't it. At this point, nothing is.

Newsers Prepare for Big Snow

The mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, warned of a snowstorm “the likes of which we’ve never seen before,” with potentially three feet of snow falling on New York and parts of New England. The forecast sent network and cable news...Show More Summary

Thursday Cable Ratings: MSNBC’s Schultz Last in Demo for All Cable News

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

With just 64K viewers in the 25-54 demo, MSNBC's The Ed Show was the lowest-rated show across the big three cable news networks on Thursday afternoon. CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer more than doubled Ed Schultz's demo rating with 137K and Fox News' The Five had nearly five times as many viewers with 313K.

Oscar De La Hoya to launch cable channel

Oscar De La Hoya is rolling out his own cable network, continuing down the trail started by Oprah Winfrey (among others). De La Hoya TV is billing itself as “the premiere authority on boxing and other combat sports” and will launch in the spring. Show More Summary

New Al Haymon-Spike TV boxing series to debut with Southand card

Shawn Porter lost his welterweight world title on premium cable network Showtime last year, but the former welterweight world champion is back with a chance to redeem himself in front of a wider audience.

Dish network called people on the Do Not Call list 8 million times in 3 years.

3 days agoOdd : Happy Place

They can Dish it out, but can they take it? Dish wants you to know that they're just as good as cable at pissing you off. The Federal Trade Commission, along with the states of California, Illinois, Ohio and North Carolina just cited...Show More Summary

Sling TV Just Gave You One More Reason to Ditch Cable

For a lot of people desperately trying to get away from the cable cabal, Sling TV might just prove to be the silver bullet they’ve been looking for. The new service promises to stream some of the most popular cable network channels live...Show More Summary

Check Out the Trailer for Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

4 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

One of the great things about living in the multi-platform age is that when old-timey broadcast networks pass on an unusual show, sometimes it's picked up by other cable or streaming services and BAM! It's a success and everybody wins (except the idiot network). Show More Summary

Rolin Jones Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox TV

Playwright/TV writer Rolin Jones has signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television. Under the two-year pact, Jones will develop new television projects for network and cable through his production company, New Neighborhood. "Rolin...Show More Summary

Twitter Reacts to Tom Brady’s Ridiculous Presser About Deflated Balls

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

When a professional football player spends more than 30 minutes talking about deflated balls live on all three cable news networks and ESPN, Twitter is bound to take notice and react exactly as you would expect.

Atlanta Reporter Joining CNN

Ryan Young, reporter for Atlanta ABC affiliate WSB, is joining CNN. Young, who told TVSpy his last day at WSB is today, will work at the cable network’s Chicago bureau as a correspondent. Go get ‘em Ryan! “@CommentaryCNN:.@RyanYoungwsb...Show More Summary

Unlike Aereo, DISH Network's Streaming Service Doesn't Infringe

Last year, the Supreme Court all but destroyed Aereo, a company that made its money by streaming over-the-air broadcasting to people's computers and mobile devices. Because Aereo, unlike cable TV companies, didn't pay broadcasters and content providers for Aereo's "performance" of their work, the Court found copyright infringement. At worst,......

SOTU Ratings: Fox Wins Total Viewers, CNN Wins Demo

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

President Barack Obama's State of the Union meant larger-than-average ratings across the board for cable news. But compared to last year, only one of the big three networks saw an increase in viewership.

FNC Was Most Watched Cable News Channel for Coverage of the 'State of the Union'

According to early Nielsen ratings, about 8 million viewers tuned in to watch the address on the big 3 cable news networks

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