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Cable TV company Cablevision sued Viacom, arguing that the operator of pay-TV networks like Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central is "illegally forcing" it to carry and pay for 14 channels that aren't watched very much.
Cable TV company Cablevision says that it is suing Viacom, arguing that the operator of pay-TV networks like Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central is "illegally forcing" it to carry 14 channels that aren't watched very much.
The Barry Diller-backed Internet company that challenged cable and satellite TV services by offering inexpensive live television online plans to expand beyond New York City this spring.
A Long Island couple is suing Cablevision, saying the cable company should be offering automatic credits to customers in areas that lost service due to Superstorm Sandy rather than waiting for them to call.
Phone and cable companies started assessing the damage in the storm-hit areas of the East Coast on Tuesday amid widespread reports of phone outages in flooded areas.
U.S. sales of previously occupied homes fell in September after hitting a two-year high in August, in part because there were fewer homes available for sale.
Cablevision Systems Corp., a cable company serving mainly the New York area, has stemmed the loss of TV subscribers for the second quarter in a row, at the cost of holding its prices steady.
Cable TV companies are trying to give their customers another reason not to cancel their service: better access to Wi-Fi hotspots.
Yahoo filed a lawsuit against Facebook on Monday accusing the social networking giant of patent infringement.