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Multichannel News is a magazine that publishes 51 issues per year. It is published by Reed Business Information, Inc.The publication presents articles covering the business side of cable television in the United States. It is edited by editor-in-chief, Mark Robichaux, along with managing editor, Michael Demenchuk.Set up an RSS feed
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Telcos: The Copper Must Go: AT&T, Verizon Target Fiber Upgrades for 2013
January 28, 2013... AT&T and Verizon Communications are looking to replace thousands of miles of copper with fiber this year, as both telcos strive to sustain their momentum in fiber-fed TV and broadband services. In 2012, Verizon migrated 223,000 homes from copper-based lines to fiber. That contributed to...
10 Stories That Matter
January 28, 2013... 1 FiOS Sports Fee Verizon Communications will charge new FiOS customers and those on month-to-month plans a $2.42 fee for regional sports networks (see page 2). [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 2 TWC-Dodger Deal? Time Warner Cable last week was nearing a record 20- to 25-year TV rights deal...
Senators Push to Study TV, Video-Game Violence
January 28, 2013... WASHINGTON -- TV programmers and videogame distributors may be reaching a whole new demographic: academics bent on discovering whether there is a causal connection between onscreen violence and gun violence like December's school shootings in Newtown, Conn. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Last...
FiOS: Sports Will Cost You Extra
January 28, 2013... Verizon Communications has become the latest pay TV provider to respond to the pinch of high sports-programming costs. Starting next month, the telco will begin charging FiOS TV customers a $2.42 monthly fee for regional sports networks, while it also offers a new sports-free programming...
Sports' Latest Domino: Dodgers: Time Warner Cable Nears $8B Deal for Club TV Rights
January 28, 2013... The stakes--not to mention the prices--continue to rise in the regional sports network game. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Time Warner Cable at press time last Friday was nearing a deal valued at somewhere between $7 billion and $8 billion with Guggenheim Partners to present telecasts of the Los...