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March 11, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co.'s ABC extended its deadline to the end of the month to cut off its programming from Time Warner Inc.'s Houston cable system as they try to negotiate a nationwide agreement on program carriage. After failing to come to terms in meetings Thursday, the two sides decided to continue negotiations so about 680,000 Time Warner cable customers in Houston can continue receiving the ABC signal. Both sides claim the other wasn't negotiating properly.
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BUSINESS
February 5, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Ted Turner, who last week said he'd resign as vice chairman of AOL Time Warner Inc., said he can't afford to buy its Cable News Network division and opposes a merger of the network with Walt Disney Co.'s ABC News. Turner, AOL Time Warner's largest individual shareholder and the founder of CNN, made the comments from his ranch in Montana during a telephone interview that will be included in a report on "60 Minutes II," said a spokesman for the newsmagazine.
BUSINESS
January 16, 2002 | Sallie Hofmeister
Under a court order issued Tuesday, EchoStar Communications Corp. will continue carrying Walt Disney Co.'s ABC Family channel on its satellite TV service until March 11 to allow for a period of third-party discovery and depositions in the contract dispute suit. The U.S. District Court granted Disney's request for an injunction last month to prevent EchoStar from dropping the channel on Dec. 31.
BUSINESS
February 6, 1997 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
The White House will appoint an advisory panel of broadcasters, public-interest advocates and others to suggest stepped-up public interest obligations for TV broadcasters once they receive and start using new digital broadcast licenses. "Digital technology will greatly enhance the opportunities available to broadcasters to utilize multiple channels or programs," Vice President Al Gore said. Currently, with their analog licenses, broadcasters like News Corp.'s Fox, Walt Disney Co.'
BUSINESS
March 1, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co.'s ABC will pull its programming from Time Warner Inc.'s cable television system in Houston on Thursday unless the companies can reach a nationwide agreement for carriage of the network's programming. The move would affect about 680,000 Time Warner subscribers.
BUSINESS
October 18, 2000 | Bloomberg News
EBay Inc., the largest Internet auction company, is talking with U.S. television networks about creating a show promoting its Web site. The company hired the William Morris Agency to help develop ideas and has been in talks with several networks, including Walt Disney Co.'s ABC unit, EBay spokesman Kevin Pursglove said. The talks were reported earlier by Inside.com. EBay's Web site helps individuals trade everything from stamps to automobiles and real estate.
BUSINESS
November 9, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
The nation's top communications regulator is asking local television and radio stations to follow the lead of the major networks and reject liquor advertising. "I would not like to see these ads on television," said Reed Hundt, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. What he plans to do about it remained murky, though. The trade group for the liquor industry has decided to abandon a voluntary pledge not to advertise on television and radio.
BUSINESS
February 17, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co.'s ABC Inc. said it promoted Doug Hare to president of ABC Radio, giving him responsibility for 38 radio stations and ABC Radio Networks. Hare replaces Robert Callahan, who was promoted to president of broadcasting earlier this month. Hare, whose appointment is effective immediately, previously was group president of ABC-owned stations. He will report to Callahan, who's now in charge of ABC's radio unit as well as its television stations.
BUSINESS
October 1, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co.'s ABC Radio Networks lost a $20-million breach-of-contract verdict after a jury decided that the network misappropriated the design of a children's radio service from its onetime partner. A nine-member federal court jury in Minneapolis ruled in favor of Children's Broadcasting Corp., which sued ABC two years ago, accusing it of abandoning a strategic alliance and then using what it learned to launch Radio Disney.
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