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It would appear that everyone’s getting into the “let’s rethink TV” business. Cablevision, one of the larger US cable MSOs, says that it will bundle a digital antenna with its broadband, dubbing it a “cord-cutting” package.

Apple should start making movies and TV. In fact, it could even set up its own studio.

Most of the Big Media executive pay reports are out, and it looks like Hollywood CEOs continued to pull in a fortune even as some of their companies struggled.

Following a company-wide review across its worldwide media networks, filmed entertainment operations and corporate functions, Viacom has announced more elements of its strategic realignment.

Facebook, Vessel to push YouTube to new heights, new modelsFacebook is beginning to make inroads into YouTube's domination of the video space—a phenomenon that is likely to only gain steam. But, uptake for Internet video across the board will buoy YouTube's value proposition for a very long time to come, though its business model may change.

CBS is the top stock to own in media, Citigroup analysts say, believing that Wall Street is ignoring upside opportunities for the company.