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Busted OTT upstart Aereo has completed its bankruptcy-court sanctioned sale of its assets, raising just $2 million — a tenth of what was expected.

DirecTV posted better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter — a welcome sign for AT&T’s investors ahead of a potential megamerger between the two. But the results engender the question of what AT&T could itself bring to DirecTV at this point.

Media giant Viacom has decided to reorganise its cable networks into two groups, to combat flagging ratings at several properties.

More threats of litigation on the part of big ISPs are percolating through the on-going net neutrality discussion in the US.

Apple is still trying to crack the TV business, and its earnings numbers this week provide a decent case for attempting to do so.

As American football fans in the US and beyond gear up for the big showdown between the New England Patriots and defending champions Seattle Seahawks, streaming will be a big part of the experience for many fans, with both the NFL and broadcast partner NBC planning a range of digital activities. Now, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says that the league is looking at implementing streaming for the whole season.