Fighting to Stay in the Picture

Some Time Warner Cable (TWC) subscribers likely breathed a sigh of relief this weekend because they were able to tune in and watch the NFL. The ability to do that came as Time Warner Cable agreed to pay a significant increase for the right to carry CBS (CBS) programming. While the agreement was confidential, there is more than enough chatter to suggest that Time Warner Cable is indeed paying up for CBS content. 

Head of CBS Les Moonves said the new agreement provides "fair compensation for CBS content" and the ability "to monetize our content going forward on all the new, developing platforms that are right now transforming the way people watch television."...344 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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