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- AT&T's internet TV service to carry CBS channels
(Reuters) - CBS Corp said AT&T Inc has agreed to carry the television network's channels on its IP-based TV service, U-verse.
- MTV goes looking for likes with its latest revamp
LONDON (Reuters) - MTV, the channel that revolutionized the music industry by playing artists' videos on rotation, is reinventing itself again, opening up to its social-media-savvy audience by putting their videos on air.
- James Murdoch says family is united as he takes helm of Fox
CANNES (Reuters) - James Murdoch, who will take the helm of Twenty-First Century Fox <FOXA.O> next week, said there was little he and his father Rupert did not agree on with respect to the future of the family media empire.
- Fox News head Roger Ailes to report to three Murdochs
(Reuters) - Twenty-First Century Fox Inc <FOXA.O> said Roger Ailes had signed a multi-year contract to stay on as Chairman and Chief Executive of Fox News and Fox Business Network, and would jointly report to Rupert, James and Lachlan Murdoch.
- HBO offers premiere episodes of two series on Facebook
(Reuters) - Television network HBO said it would offer the premiere episodes of two new comedy series on Facebook, underlining the growing popularity of the social networking site as a video platform.
- 'Seinfeld' fans reminisce in replica of iconic TV apartment
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fans of the hit 1990s television show "Seinfeld" can lounge on comedian Jerry Seinfeld's battered sofa and reminisce about their favorite episodes in a pop-up, real-life replica of his iconic apartment on New York's Upper West Side.
- Sarah Palin ends run as Fox News political contributor
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fox News has ended its relationship with former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as a political contributor.
- Hulu to offer users access to Showtime streaming service
(Reuters) - Online video-streaming service Hulu said it would soon allow its users to add CBS Corp's television network Showtime to their Hulu subscriptions.
- China bans celebrities from hosting television shows
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's media regulator has banned celebrities such as actors and actresses from appearing as presenters on television shows to ensure no "improper remarks" are made while on air, state news agency Xinhua said on Monday.
- Brian Williams dropped from NBC's 'Nightly News,' will join MSNBC
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Television newsman Brian Williams, who was suspended for fabricating a story about being on board a helicopter when it was attacked in Iraq, has been dropped as anchor of the top-rated NBC "Nightly News" program, the network said on Thursday.
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