Articles Tagged With ‘Television’

Charter buying Time Warner Cable

Charter Communications has announced that it is purchasing Time Warner Cable as part of a move that would create the nation’s third largest pay-TV service. [LA Times] The deal values Time Warner Cable at $56.7 billion. Federal regulators must still... (Continue reading)

SLO 13-year-old earns $25,000 on Shark Tank

A 13-year-old San Luis Obispo entrepreneur pitched her company on an episode of ABC’s Shark Tank show, which aired Friday night, and came away with a $25,000 investment and the praise of a demanding investor. [Inc.] Andrea Cao started a... (Continue reading)

KCOY and KEYT merger brings changes

Viewers are already noting some changes because of the merger of KEYT and KCOY in December. News-Press & Gazette purchased KEYT in Nov. 2012 and took over KCOY’s news operation late last year. Because of regulatory constraints, Cowles Media will... (Continue reading)

Oceano family featured in Lifetime documentary

An Oceano family is slated to be featured on the “Preachers’ Daughters,” a Lifetime documentary that explores the temptations faced by three teenage girls whose families have strong Christian roots. [SantaMariaTimes] Olivia Perry, 18, her 11-month-old daughter Eden, and Olivia’s... (Continue reading)

This spy is as close as your TV

Your digital video recorder may soon be watching you in the privacy of your home, recording your reaction to television commercials. Verizon has filed for a patent on a DVR that is equipped with a camera and recorder. Information gathered... (Continue reading)