AT&T Refunding $88 Million Charging Customers Without Their knowledge

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The AT&T refunding customers for charging extra fees without their knowledge. The FCC is cracking down on this practice known as cramming. AT&T has been billing customers for many years for charges like things like ringtones and horoscopes, costing subscribers as much as $9.99 per month, according to the Federal Trade Commission andMore than 2.7 million […]

Justice Department is suing AT&T, DirecTV over blackout

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The Justice Department is suing AT&T and its satellite TV service DirecTV for unlawfully colluding with competitors Cox and Charter Communications about carrying SportsNet LA, a Los Angeles Dodgers-owned TV channel. In its lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, the department alleges that DirecTV — in 2014 before it […]

AT&T Blames Google Fiber Bad Info For Delays

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AT&T claims that Google Fiber’s call for a one-touch-make-ready ordinance to streamline the process of stringing fiber on poles in Nashville could compromise the telco’s own facilities because Google often provides incorrect information about where it is looking to attach its facilities. A proposed ordinance would allow Google Fiber to move existing Comcast and AT&T […]

The 8 highest paid TV Executives in 2015

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The nation’s top publicly traded pay-TV companies have all reported their executive salaries to the Securities and Exchange Commission, and FierceCable has collected all the data in one place. Below are the salary and compensation rates of the top eight highest paid CEOs among publicly traded cable, satellite and IPTV service providers. An awful lot […]