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DirecTV To Pay $9.5M To Settle Hazardous Waste AllegationsAn investigation found that all 25 DirecTV facilities in California improperly disposed of batteries, electronic devices, aerosol cans and other hazardous materials that ended up in landfills.
DirecTV Offering Refunds Over NFL Protests; Some TV Ratings DipNFL fans who are upset over the ongoing players protests during the national anthem can apparently get a refund from DirecTV.
Justice Department Settles Suit Over LA Dodgers BroadcastThe U.S. Department of Justice settled a lawsuit Thursday after accusing AT&T's DirectTV unit of orchestrating a backroom deal with competitors to not carry the sole channel that broadcasts Dodgers baseball in Los Angeles.
Feds Sue AT&T-DirecTV For Alleged Efforts To Block Dodgers ChannelFederal prosecutors Wednesday announced a lawsuit against telecom giant AT&T for allegedly using its DirecTV unit to block a TV channel owned by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Viewers Stunned By Cable Outages Prior To Pacquiao, Mayweather FightMinutes before the highly-anticipated fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. was set to get underway in Las Vegas, viewers were stunned to discover technical difficulties instead.
Manning Brothers Release Another Preseason Rap VideoThe Manning brothers have once again taking to the mic for another preseason rap video.
US District Judge: Trial Can Decide Fate Of MLB's Strict TV Broadcasts Major League Baseball cannot hide behind its antitrust exemption to fend off a lawsuit from fans who say the league unjustly dictates television markets for its ballclubs, a judge says. U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin's ruling came after two lawsuits were brought by fans against MLB and the National Hockey League to stop their strict control over television broadcast rights.
Dodgers' Kasten Supports Call For Arbitrator To End Cable BlackoutDodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten supported the call Tuesday night for an arbitrator to help resolve the ongoing broadcast dispute between Time Warner Cable and other carriers, which has prohibited 70 percent of residents from watching games on TV in 2014.
Time Warner Agrees To Arbitration In Dodger TV DisputeTime Warner Cable is willing to allow an arbitrator help resolve it's dispute with DirecTV and other carriers over who can air Dodger games on television.
LA Mayor Urges Time Warner Cable To Reach Dodgers TV Deals
DirecTV Looking To Fill 170 Positions In SoCalDirecTV is looking for new hires in Southern California.
Pac-12 Commish: No Agreement Near With DirecTVPac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott says DirecTV officials "have dug in their heels" and he sees no reason for optimism that the satellite provider will add the new Pac-12 networks to their service.

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