Judge Rules AT&T, Time Warner Merger Can Move ForwardA federal judge has given the go-ahead for a planned AT&T merger with Time Warner, rejecting a government argument it would hurt pay-TV consumers and competition.
AT&T Nears Deal To Acquire Time Warner For $80B: ReportAT&T Inc. is reportedly finalizing a deal to purchase Time Warner for as much as $80 billion.
TV Networks, Film Studios, Hollywood Stars Join Threatened Boycott Of Georgia Over Anti-Gay BillThe Human Rights Campaign sent a letter signed by Matt Bomer, Seth McFarlane, Ryan Murphy, Kristin Chenoweth, Marisa Tomei among others, also condemning the legislation.
3K Time Warner Customers Report Cable, Internet Outage Approximately 3,000 Time Warner customers Wednesday were without cable or internet due to an outage.
Time Warner Viewers Can Once Again Watch CBS ProgrammingGood news came Monday for nearly 1.5 million cable subscribers in the L.A. area who were told that Time Warner Cable will once again broadcast CBS programming.
Blog: 35 Years Of The Lakers And KCAL There are 1,000,001 cliches you can come up with pertaining to a break up. Both good and bad. Sunday night could very well have been the end of an era. The finale, perhaps, of the 35-year marriage between the Lakers and KCAL9.
Linsanity Helps End Knicks Blackout On Time WarnerFirst, he lifted the Knicks back into the playoff hunt. Now Jeremy Lin has put them back on TV.
Time Warner To Bid On Dodgers? Why pay $3 billion to acquire the television rights when you can own the team for 1/3 of that price?
Internet, Phone Service Restored For Time Warner CustomersInternet and telephone service for thousands of Southern California homes and businesses went out for more than six hours Sunday as one of the largest Internet providers grappled with a system-wide failure in its network.
Pac-12 Announces National, Regional Television NetworksThe Pac-12 will launch national and regional conference television networks next year.
Facebook, Time Warner Announce Anti-Bullying PartnershipFacebook and Time Warner are ganging up on bullies to address a problem that torments millions of children and young adults.
Time Warner Says Most Customers Are Back OnlineTime Warner Cable says most of its customers are back online after an outage that affected Internet service in Southern California.