Charter and Tribune Are Beefing Over TV Channels Viewers Can Get For Free Over the Air
The cable company and Tribune Broadcasting are at a stalemate over their new contract, leading Tribune to black out channels for Charter subscribers.
5 ways to break up with cable forever and still watch TV
A Republican FCC Means You Will Have to Keep Renting Your Cable Box Forever
GOP lawmakers are telling the FCC not to enforce federal law.
Buffering, Bugs Mar DirecTV Now Performance Weeks After Launch
The streaming video service's inconsistent performance has not gone unnoticed by would-be cord cutters.
AT&T’s DirecTV ‘Corrupted’ LA Dodgers TV Talks, DOJ Alleges in Lawsuit
The DOJ says the satellite giant colluded with rivals in violation of federal antitrust law.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Are Both Against the AT&T-Time Warner Deal
Hillary Clinton is taking a more cautious approach to the proposed $85 billion merger.
Public Interest Groups Sound the Alarm Over Possible AT&T-Time Warner Merger
Vertical integration is back.
Time’s Running Out for the FCC on Set-Top Reform, Privacy and Zero-Rating
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s public interest legacy hangs in the balance.
Netflix subscriptions may soon be taxed just like cable subscriptions
For a lot of cord-cutters, Netflix is the equivalent of a cable TV company. Now a growing number of cities want Netflix to start paying taxes like one too.
There's No Need for Cable TV During the MLB Playoffs
The MLB playoffs are about to kick off, and here's how you can follow along without traditional cable television.
It’s Crunch Time for the FCC’s Plan to Bust Open the TV Set-Top Box Market
Influential senators are urging the FCC to get set-top box reform over the finish line.
Facebook and Twitter Bring You Live Coverage of the Presidential Debates
You don't need cable to see the most highly anticipated matchup this side of a Conor McGregor fight.