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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.”
“NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke hopes to win rights to collegiate and other sports programming to help build up Comcast's pay-TV outlets.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“While pay-TV providers charge different prices for Playboy, it's generally about $15 per month.”
“One application is from Richard Li, who controls fixed-line telephone company PCCW Ltd. and its pay-TV service provider, NOW TV.”
“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.”
“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.”
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