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  • Comcast 1Q earnings climb 9 pct to beat Street

    Comcast Corp., the country's largest cable TV company, on Tuesday said earnings exceeded estimates for the first quarter, helped by healthy results both in its cable operations and the newly acquired NBC Universal business.


  • Comcast 1Q earnings up 9 percent, beat Street

    Comcast Corp., the country's largest cable TV company, on Tuesday said earnings exceeded estimates for the first quarter, helped by healthy results both in its cable operations and the newly acquired NBC Universal business.


  • Comcast offers video on demand from 4 broadcasters

    The nation's biggest cable television provider is making prime-time shows available on demand from the four biggest broadcasters starting on Thursday.


  • Tuning In to TV

    NBC is in negotiations to pick up a series based on John Grisham's best-selling 1991 novel, "The Firm."


  • Netflix 1Q earnings soar on gain of 3.6M customers

    Netflix Inc. delivered another rousing performance in the first quarter, with its video subscription service attracting 3.6 million more customers to boost its U.S. audience to roughly the same size as the country's largest cable-TV carrier, Comcast Corp.


  • Comcast CEO's 2010 pay package valued at $31.1M

    Brian Roberts, the CEO of cable company Comcast Corp., received a compensation package valued at $31.1 million in 2010, up 14 percent from a year earlier as the company worked to complete a deal to become the majority owner of NBCUniversal.


  • Showtime deal with Netflix shows emerging rivalry

    Amid an emerging rivalry between traditional pay TV operators and rising star Netflix Inc., CBS Corp.'s Showtime pay TV service confirmed Wednesday that back seasons of current original series like "Dexter" and "Californication" will not be available on Netflix's streaming service as of this summer.


  • Summary Box: Comcast, NBC deal boosts online video

    A NASCENT MARKET: New Internet video services from companies such as Netflix and Apple are offering a low-cost alternative to a costly monthly cable bill. Protecting this emerging market was a top priority for government officials reviewing Comcast Corp.'s takeover of NBC Universal.


  • Comcast, NBC deal opens door for online video

    New Internet video services from companies such as Netflix and Apple are offering a glimpse of a home entertainment future that doesn't include a pricey monthly cable bill.


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