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Viacom Blocks Suddenlink Broadband Customers from Online TV Shows

Viacom, engaged in a contract dispute with Suddenlink Communications, is preventing the midsize cable operator’s broadband customers from accessing its online properties — a tactic the programmer has used in past carriage fights. 404 more words

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Viacom blocks Suddenlink subscribers from streaming Daily Show, Colbert and other shows

Viacom has done it again: The cable programmer is blocking subscribers of Suddenlink from accessing its shows online as part of a contractual dispute with Suddenlink. 186 more words

This Small Cable Operator May Help Unravel the Pay TV Industry

A cable company and a TV network have been in a dispute over how much the network’s content is really worth. This may sound like a familiar tale, but there’s an unusual ending this time. 780 more words

Viacom Grants Verizon Wireless Nationwide Rights for TV Service

Verizon Communications and Viacom have reached a pact under which the programmer — whose properties include MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central — has granted national rights to distribute Viacom content to Verizon Wireless customers. 519 more words

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Local Suddenlink customers lose Nickelodeon, MTV, other Viacom networks

Suddenlink Communications customers nationwide – including thousands in Leander, Pflugerville, Georgetown and elsewhere in Central Texas – woke up Wednesday without access to Nickelodeon, MTV and several other well-known cable networks. 376 more words

Some Small Cable Companies Are Dropping TV, And Customers Don't Seem To Mind

Plenty of people have cut back on pay TV — cable and satellite — and gone to internet-only subscriptions in order to save some cash. But the individual cord-cutters aren’t the only ones realizing how expensive programming can be, and how they can live without it in the broadband era. 500 more words

Suddenlink Launches Glenn Beck's TheBlaze After Removing Viacom Outlets

TheBlaze, the news and opinion network  founded by Glenn Beck, has launched on  Suddenlink Communications, the nation’s seventh-largest cable operator.  TheBlaze will be universally available across Suddenlink’s footprint on its expanded basic level of service.  118 more words

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