Oliver: "They should call it 'Preventing Cable Company F-ckery,' because it might actually compel people to do something"
Roberts cites NBCU's use of the London Olympics to launch "The Voice" as an example of the kind of synergies that having the Games offers
CNBC executive's children killed by nanny, police say
Network is top-rated in key demo for the first time since 2002
Brian Roberts acknowledges what few in the media have been saying: "Battleship" is a "John Carter"-sized flop
Company increases dividend, announces repurchase plan
Some laughed when old-school cable company sat down to play with content. Now, despite some costly ratings and box-office woes, the shareholders are laughing all...
The Justice Department says that the cable executive violated premerger reporting when he acquire voting shares
Smit, already president of Cable, adds another title
Viacom is pressing three major lawsuits, each likely to end in an out-of-court settlement that boosts revenue. It's just the way Redstone rolls
The man who spearheaded NBC's sports and Olympic coverage for two decades is moving on, but to where? Here are some possible destinations
During a conference call with investors, executives outlined broad strategic goals for NBCU, including a turnaround in primetime. Just don't expect one anytime soon
Company to also enable on-demand content for iPad and Android later this year
He won’t suffer sycophants or loose lips. Says Warren Buffett: “He’s got everything you want in an executive." He'll need it.
Days after firing Jeff Zucker, Comcast COO Steve Burke is appointed to his position of CEO at NBC Universal
The Comcast chief steals the show from Moonves, Rothman and Bewkes, showing off his new iPad VOD interface
Doing Cable Show one-on-one with Peter Chernin, Comcast head says company is after Peacock content, not corporate culture
Former Fox chief will interview Comcast chairman-CEO at Newsmaker Brunch
Wants net neutrality, and a quarter of primetime hours devoted to independent programming
Maxine Waters: “Is there some assumption that black programming is not profitable? ... I don’t understand why you don’t do it?”
"Excuse me if I don't trust them," former NBC comedian says during the Roberts-Zucker dog-and-pony show before Congress
Could prevent rival internet-based video-download services from achieving significant share, critics say
To testify their Comcast-NBCU deal will "benefit consumers and encourage much needed investment"
Tells State of the Net conference merger is an all-out wager on the future of TV programming
Cable veteran joins company from Charter Communications
Until the deal is finalized, Comcast wants approval of all major deals and contracts.
NBC was valued at zero in the purchase, the movie studio only at 2 percent
Town hall ends with Brian Roberts welcoming the 30,000 employees into the Comcast "family"
Brian Roberts on potential synergies, layoffs, future of Hulu.
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