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  • "Given the assets we've been accumulating, I don't think it's hard to see we're moving in a different direction from simply pay-TV, which is a market that's becoming increasingly saturated."

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke hopes to win rights to collegiate and other sports programming to help build up Comcast's pay-TV outlets.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • Comcast executives have determined that investing in the Olympics makes financial sense only if they can acquire all the Games from 2014-2020, instead of just the 2014 and 2016 events, to give it enough time to try to negotiate multiple fee increases with pay-TV companies, people familiar with the matter say.

    Comcast Moves Goal Posts for NBC Sports

  • Instead, in a move that signals just how far the major media companies will go to push major sports events onto pay-TV, NBCU will bid for deals only when coverage of popular sporting events can be split across the combined company's cable-TV and broadcast assets.

    Comcast Moves Goal Posts for NBC Sports

  • Soccer games, a big revenue driver for pay-TV in the rest of Europe, are readily available on public German TV either live or soon after the game, for example.

    Investor Group Trims Kabel Stake

  • Cable will decide within weeks whether to approve News Corp's offer to buy the 61% of the pay-TV company it does not already own.

    James Murdoch's call to Vince Cable on day of BSkyB bid

  • While pay-TV providers charge different prices for Playboy, it's generally about $15 per month.

    Playboy TV's New Proposition: Bring in Women

  • One application is from Richard Li, who controls fixed-line telephone company PCCW Ltd. and its pay-TV service provider, NOW TV.

    Developer Lee Sparks Concerns Over TVB

  • News Corp. and other owners of broadcast networks have been battling with cable and satellite operators to get a larger share of monthly pay-TV bills.

    News Corp. Profit Rises 36%

  • And indeed, Sheen's claims that HBO was about to hand him $5 million an episode to host a TV show were roundly dismissed by the pay-TV channel.

    Is This the End for Two And A Half Men?

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