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It’s been a banner autumn for TV everywhere and, in the latest move, Fox Networks is expanding its TV everywhere proposition with a deal with DirecTV to offer its more than 20 million customers access to FOX NOW, FXNOW and Nat Geo TV apps.

DISH Network's retransmission consent woes in the US continue to drag on, but at least a battle with CBS has been put to rest.

With the FCC continuing to review Comcast’s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable, but according to one Wall Street analyst, the company's balance sheet contains a fair amount of leverage, which will continue whether or not its acquisition of Time Warner is completed.

Aereo has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, marking the end of the runway for the start-up that sought to test the definition of ‘broadcast’ — but which ultimately failed to take off.

Over-the-top (OTT) subscription services are the launch du jour for big media companies these days, but it’s certainly not a simple model to implement. As an object lesson, look no further than World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

About 70 organisations have filed opposition to the so-called sender side approach to Net neutrality rules in the US, put forth by the Federal Communications Commission as a possible proposal.