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Cablevision
05 марта, 15:10

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago tested amid stiffening security

Photo ban, helipad and crowded dining rooms signal the Palm Beach retreat’s attempts to make it not just a billionaire’s hangout anymore.

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02 марта, 00:29

Could YouTube TV Mean the End of Cable?

The $35-a-month live-television package is the latest to try to capture the attention of cord-cutters.

13 февраля, 22:56

Can TiVo (TIVO) Pull Off a Surprise Again in Q4 Earnings?

TiVo Corporation (TIVO) is set to report fourth-quarter 2016 results on Feb 15.

03 января, 17:53

Male Manager Encourages Rockette Dancers To 'Tolerate Intolerance'

Individual Radio City Rockettes may opt out of the group’s performance during Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration celebration, management has stated, if they do not wish to appear supportive of the president-elect. Behind the scenes, however, manager James Dolan’s attitude toward the highly politicized event is more flippant, according to a report from Marie Claire. Citing a transcript from a private meeting with the dance company, the publication reports that Dolan, who serves as Madison Square Garden executive chairman and Cablevision CEO, encouraged the Rockettes to “tolerate” Trump supporters, some of whom belong to the sexist and white nationalist alt-right movement ― seemingly no matter what. “I mean, it just sounds like you’re asking us to be tolerant of intolerance,” one dancer reportedly said in the meeting. Other dancers previously expressed concern over backlash and social media abuse the company has received since their performance announcement.  “Yeah, in a way, I guess we are doing that,” Dolan replied. “What other choices do we have? What else would you suggest?” Dolan reportedly focused on the idea of “tolerance” during the meeting, which took place Dec. 27, with the largely white group of dancers. He compared some Trump supporters’ hateful messages with those of dissenters writing in protest of the company’s decision to perform, labeling it all “ironic.” Dolan defended the decision in part by stating that he did not think it would hurt the brand, according to the transcript. “I would simply say, we’re celebrating a new president, not necessarily this president,” he said.  The Marie Claire piece comes on the heels of continued reports that the Trump team is having trouble finding performers for his Jan. 20 Inauguration Day. British “X Factor” singer Rebecca Ferguson recently stated she will not agree to perform unless she can sing the anti-racism ballad “Strange Fruit.”  So far, the Rockettes will be joined by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and “America’s Got Talent” singer Jackie Evancho. Madison Square Garden, which oversees the Rockettes, stated in response to the story that Dolan “stands behind everything he said during the meeting.” But the company disavowed the anonymous person who produced the recording by suggesting it was made by the same disgruntled dancer who previously spoke out against the inauguration performance. Read MSG’s full statement below:  This is one person who continues to attempt to represent the entire team of Rockettes. This time it’s in a story that is the result of an unauthorized recording that violated the confidentiality of all of her sister Rockettes. While Mr. Dolan stands behind everything he said during the meeting, no one in that room believed they were speaking publicly. Everyone in the meeting had the chance to speak their mind in a safe setting, and many did. Her secret recording was deceitful and cowardly and has betrayed all of her fellow Rockettes. Posting this story is beneath the ethical standards of Hearst. We are deeply disappointed in their decision to post this story. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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01 декабря 2016, 00:12

Altice Chooses Spending Over Saving

Altice’s planned fiber-to-the-home project could eat up the cost savings it promised to wring from its purchase of Cablevision.

01 ноября 2016, 17:30

Will TiVo Corp (TIVO) Disappoint Estimates in Q3 Earnings?

TiVo Corporation (TIVO) is set to report third-quarter 2016 results on Nov 3.

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21 октября 2016, 19:57

Altice USA планирует провести IPO

По сведениям из осведомленного источника, оператор кабельного телевидения Altice USA планирует провести первичное публичное размещение своих акций. Стоит отметить, что стоимость компании в рамках IPO оценивается в $25-30 млрд. Напомним, что компания Altice USA была образована после того, как европейская телекоммуникационная фирма Altice приобрела Cablevision и Suddenlink Communications.

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21 октября 2016, 09:47

Altice USA планирует провести IPO

По сведениям из осведомленного источника, оператор кабельного телевидения Altice USA планирует провести первичное публичное размещение своих акций. Стоит отметить, что стоимость компании в рамках IPO оценивается в $25-30 млрд. Напомним, что компания Altice USA была образована после того, как европейская телекоммуникационная фирма Altice приобрела Cablevision и Suddenlink Communications.

27 сентября 2016, 18:28

Ericsson (ERIC) to Expand LiLAC Group's VSPP Services

Ericsson (ERIC) has entered into a partnership with leading international TV and broadband company, Liberty Global's (LBTYA) operating unit Liberty Global Latin America and Caribbean.

15 сентября 2016, 12:21

Glenn Beck's bad bet on Ted Cruz

The radio host’s plans for media dominance and political king-making are faltering.

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09 августа 2016, 18:36

Cost-Cutting Versus Cord-Cutting at Cablevision-Owner Altice

The deal-hungry cable operator has proven its talent for finding savings. Now it needs to foster growth.

28 июля 2016, 15:43

Frontier Communications (FTR): Earnings Preview for Q2

Frontier Communications Corporation (FTR), a leading regional telecommunication company in the U.S., is scheduled to report second-quarter 2016 financial numbers on Aug 1, after market close.

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07 июля 2016, 18:02

The Dolan family buys back Newsday

Altice will retain a 25 percent stake in the newspaper business

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01 июля 2016, 22:28

Altice and Cablevision Won't Be Getting More Aid From the Enemy

Cablevision will get a boost from Verizon’s strike in the second quarter, but new owner Altice faces major challenges.

30 июня 2016, 00:13

Newsday publisher to step down at the end of the week

Gordon McLeod, the publisher of Long Island’s Newsday paper, is stepping down at the end of the week, POLITICO has learned. “I have made a personal decision to step down as Publisher of the Newsday Media Group effective July 2,” McLeod wrote in a memo sent to Newsday staff Wednesday, a copy of which was reviewed by POLITICO. “Ed Bushey, SVP/General Manager and Debby Krenek, SVP/Digital & Editorial Director, will co-manage NMG following my departure. They are incredible leaders and partners so I am confident that I will be leaving the business in great hands.” McLeod’s abrupt departure is the first major change in the newspaper’s leadership since Altice, a Netherlands-based telecom company, completed a $17.7 billion acquisition of Newsday’s parent company, Cablevision, last week. When Cablevision and Altice struck a deal to sell last year, speculation began as to the types of cost-cutting that could occur once the sale was completed. Patrick Drahi, the founder and controlling shareholder of Altice, said at a media conference that he wished to change Cablevision’s “many layers of highly paid people,” particularly those who earned more than $300,000. It is not clear whether Altice intends to hold onto the newspaper, or whether it plans on selling it.McLeod is a longtime media industry fixture who formerly served in executive positions at CBS News, Time Inc., and The Wall Street Journal, took over as publisher of Newsday Media Group in 2014. McLeod’s memo to staff is below: Dear Friends and Colleagues,I have made a personal decision to step down as Publisher of the Newsday Media Group effective July 2. Ed Bushey, SVP/General Manager and Debby Krenek, SVP/Digital & Editorial Director, will co-manage NMG following my departure. They are incredible leaders and partners so I am confident that I will be leaving the business in great hands.Leading this organization has been an incredibly rewarding experience for me thanks to the talent and commitment of all of you. Every day I was impressed by the great work that is done here and I will always remember the many things I have learned from this extraordinary team. I will also remain very proud of the strides we made together to restructure and redefine our business so that it can continue to serve the communities we love. If I can ever help you in any way, you can always find me at [email.]Thank you,Gordon

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22 июня 2016, 18:41

Is Comcast Mulling to Partially Acquire Icontrol Networks? (revised)

Media company Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) is seriously thinking of acquiring certain useful assets of Icontrol Networks Inc., a major developer of smart-home products.

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