Company does not yet have a million subscribers
Franken calls into question the "interconnection agreement" Netflix recently made with the cable company
"It's almost like a nationwide octopus with tentacles each able to squeeze off innovation," warns Gene Kimmelman, President of consumer group Public Knowledge
Comcast's letter to FCC doesn't win it many new fans
The Senate will now vote on a package of tax credits sent forth by the Senate Finance Committee
Comparing online streaming of network programs to home stereos and VCRs, supporters argue that the Supreme Court should deny broadcasters' demands for copyright expansion
"It's not a copyright case. It is a business model case," Aereo founder Chet Kanojia said
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler calls vote to tighten media ownership rules "a win for common sense"
The service pleads with the high court to uphold its right to offer Web TV, saying its transmissions "do not constitute 'public recordings.'"
DirecTV, Dish Network catch shrapnel at new hearing that calls their services into question
Justice Department move would represent an extra step to support TV Networks views of infringement
"Any potential this might have to increase choice or competition is overwhelmed by the ways it will be used to unfairly defame"
Commissioner Mike O'Rielly says new rule is not in the public's best interest
Tom Wheeler unexpectedly proposed to close major ownership loopholes
Assistant Attorney General Bill Baer, the highest DOJ antitrust officer, will recuse himself, however
The White House wants The National Endowments for the Arts and for the Humanities budgets to stay flat
"Like its competitors, (Aereo) must obtain licenses to perform the copyrighted content on which its business relies"
Viacom and NBCUniversal are among the companies facing $2 million in fines
The decision means that FilmON won’t get time to offer its own comments during oral argument in Aereo’s case
“To the extent that Comcast has a history of breaching its legal obligations to consumers, such history should be taken into account”
The new Dark Knight finds Capitol Hill "quite intimidating"
"Any suggestion that the FCC intends to regulate the speech of news media or plans to put monitors in America's newsrooms is false"
Court decision will not be the end of FCC's open internet efforts
Comcast needs government approval for its merger -- a chance for regulators to leverage an extension of Net Neutrality protections
"This merger is not going to fly through ... no matter how it goes"
Washington and media elite were well-represented, too, at the fete for French President Francois Hollande
Don Henley, Ozzy Osbourne and deadmau5 also weigh in as the U.S. Patent and Trade Office determines how songs are sampled
The International Intellectual Property Alliance says China's market for music, software, films and more is stunted by piracy and access
The bill would allow the FCC to keep rules in place while it figures out how to meet court-imposed guidelines
Hollywood-related issues weren't his main focus, but Waxman did find himself advocating for the industry