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The Department of Justice wants to separate Turner Broadcasting, which owns several basic and premium cable channels, from satellite TV provider DIRECTV, owned by AT&T.
The Department of Justice also wants to prevent AT&T from arguing that politics played a role in the government's decision to go after this deal.
"Fake news" can get really, really repetitive in this endless news cycle we're all seemingly in. But Apple's News app for iOS is really taking it to new levels.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.
The video-sharing app turned digital news operation failed to pick up ground. 22 jobs are at risk while CNN reportedly writes down more than $20 million.
It's an antitrust case on a distributor's acquisition of a content provider. In this case, AT&T paying $85 billion for Time Warner.
The company formerly known as News Corp and headed by right-aligned media champion Rupert Murdoch really, really wants CNN.
The Department of Justice reportedly required AT&T to sell Turner Broadcasting, owner of CNN and other brands, to go through with the $85 billion deal.
The newest example of using the word "sheeple" lifts off of a CNN journalist's take on Apple's Smart Battery Case for the iPhone.
Is FitBit buying Pebble? Will OnePlus fix 3T touch latency and deliver a fast Nougat update? Will HP release another Windows Phone? We discuss in our podcast!
The deal, with a rumored valuation of about $25 million, will bring Beme into the folds of the news organization with a new mission.