FOX - Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc.

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Previous close32.83
Open33.36
Bid31.31 x 2200
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's range32.08 - 33.36
52-week range29.61 - 41.73
Volume2,591,509
Avg. volume1,292,759
Market cap19.796B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)11.34
EPS (TTM)2.86
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.46 (1.42%)
Ex-dividend date02 Mar 2020
1y target est51.50
  • Disney's Big Secret Is Finally Out
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    Disney's Big Secret Is Finally Out

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- What a day for the Walt Disney Co. to let out its biggest secret.Just as investors were engrossed by news updates on the worsening coronavirus and its convulsive effect on global financial markets, Disney delivered another jolt by announcing longtime CEO Bob Iger was stepping down. Huh? It was the last thing shareholders saw coming. The company’s choice wasn’t even who most people expected. Bob Chapek, the head of Disney’s theme parks business, is taking over, effective immediately. Iger will remain chairman through to the end of 2021.It’s the most significant change to happen to the entertainment giant in more than a decade. Iger had become almost as much the face of the company as Walt Disney was himself, and was responsible for building it into the globally admired brand and content powerhouse that it is now. While Iger, at 69 years old, had been inching closer to retirement, it wasn’t supposed to come until next year. Shares of Disney fell 6% in after-hours trading, as investors tried to pick their jaws up off the floor. Anyone who read Iger’s memoir, “The Ride of a Lifetime,” which was released last year, might have been led to believe that another top Disney executive, Kevin Mayer, was next in line for the keys to the Magic Kingdom. Mayer oversees Disney’s new streaming-TV operations — the very business at the center of the new Disney. It’s become the focus of attention both inside and outside the company in recent months as Disney entered the industry’s streaming wars with the wildly successful launch of Disney+. Iger made repeated mentions of Mayer in the book, and few of Chapek. Mayer is “a master strategist and dealmaker,” Iger wrote. “A CEO couldn’t ask for a better strategic partner.” Partner. The question now is, will Mayer stay, after being passed over for what might be the most enviable job in corporate America? Even though Iger, during a conference call held for investors and analysts Tuesday, tried to soothe concerns about the seemingly abrupt move, it’s hard not to wonder about a larger backstory, one where there’s potentially some internal friction. As Iger kept putting off retirement over the years, other successor candidates seemed to get sick of waiting and left.Not choosing Mayer does raise an even bigger question: How do Iger and the company view the future of Disney? If only for their respective roles, Chapek in some ways represents Disney’s past, while Mayer represents the new Disney. All that being said, Chapek is a widely respected leader, and this certainly wasn’t a decision anyone at Disney would make lightly. From one Bob to another, Iger said Tuesday that it was the right time to transition to a new CEO and that Chapek “is absolutely the right person.” There’s little reason to question that. And it should be remembered, when Iger was first named CEO, investors weren't so sure about him, either.There is one telling nugget from Iger’s book that could be seen as presaging today’s turn of events. Passing over all his transformative dealmaking — buying Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and then the big one, Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox — Iger instead highlights opening Disney’s Shanghai park as one of the defining moments of his career. Chapek played a big role in that. Chapek “oversaw the largest capital expansion in the history of our parks,” Iger said Tuesday, highlighting the Shanghai opening, as well as the “Star Wars” Galaxy Edge attraction at its U.S. parks and the company’s large fleet of cruise ships. Iger added that he and the board had identified Chapek as his likely successor “quite some time ago.”Iger isn’t saying goodbye just yet. He explained that part of the reason for stepping aside now is so that he can focus more on the creative side of Disney. What he wants to accomplish more than anything before he leaves is “getting everything right creatively.” Content is more important than ever as Disney almost single-handedly props up the box office and tries to lure fans to its streaming services, all the while integrating the Fox assets and keeping alive its traditional media networks that still drive the bulk of its profits. But that’s still only part of the reason for choosing to step down now. Whatever the case, it’s the end of an era for Disney; Iger has left an indelible mark, and left Disney better than it was before him. Chapek has big shoes to fill. To contact the author of this story: Tara Lachapelle at tlachapelle@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Beth Williams at bewilliams@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Tara Lachapelle is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the business of entertainment and telecommunications, as well as broader deals. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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    FOX News Channel Scores Highest-Rated Primetime Delivery in Network History

    FOX News Channel (FNC) delivered its highest-rated month in primetime in network history, topping all of basic cable from 8-11PM/ET, and notched 44 consecutive months dominating all of basic cable in total viewership during the month of February, according to Nielsen Media Research. The network also marked 218 months as the most-watched cable news network in total day and primetime viewers, garnering 2 million viewers in total day and 3.5 million viewers in primetime. Additionally, FNC’s coverage of President Donald Trump’s 2020 State of the Union Address was the number one cable telecast for the month with 11,684,000 viewers.

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    FOX News Channel to Present a Town Hall With 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)

    FOX News Channel (FNC) will host a town hall with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) on Thursday, February 27th in Raleigh, NC, announced Jay Wallace, president and executive editor of FOX News Media. Co-moderated by FNC’s chief political anchor and anchor of Special Report (weekdays, 6-7PM/ET) Bret Baier and The Story’s (weekdays 7-8PM/ET) Martha MacCallum, FNC’s second town hall with Sen. Klobuchar will take place from 6:30-7:30PM/ET and focus on key issues of the 2020 presidential election. Additionally, abbreviated versions of Baier’s Special Report will air from 6-6:30PM/ET and MacCallum’s The Story will run from 7:30-8PM/ET.

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    FOX News Digital Kicks off the Year With Best Month in History

    FOX News Digital started off the year by scoring record highs across key industry categories and driving its best month ever in multiplatform views and multiplatform unique visitors, according to Comscore.

  • Trump Releases Blagojevich From Prison, Pardons Financier Milken
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    Trump Releases Blagojevich From Prison, Pardons Financier Milken

    (Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump announced a set of clemencies and pardons on Tuesday, including for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich who was convicted of public corruption and for financier Michael Milken who was convicted of securities fraud.The commutation of the 14-year prison sentence of Blagojevich brought a surprising end to one of the highest-profile public corruption cases of the 21st century.Trump’s closest confidants had urged him to pardon Milken, the 1980s “junk bond king” who has sought for decades to reverse his conviction.Trump also pardoned former New York City police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who was sentenced to four years in prison for failure to pay taxes and lying to White House officials. The president earlier in the day pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., who owned the San Francisco 49ers football team for 23 years and pleaded guilty in 1998 to failing to report an alleged extortion attempt.It’s unusual for a president to announce so many controversial clemencies and pardons at once -- especially in an election year. Many of the pardons and clemencies were backed by conservatives. For instance, the White House said Milken’s pardon was supported by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the president’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, whose office prosecuted Milken in the 1980s.Democratic CriticsTrump has relished the use of his clemency power, which is virtually unchecked by the Constitution. He has issued more than two dozen pardons and commutations since becoming president, many of which were awarded to political allies.The president sought to draw a connection between Blagojevich’s case and the federal investigation into alleged ties between Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia. Trump calls that probe a “witch hunt.”Some Democrats were quick to criticize Trump’s move on Blagojevich.“Illinoisans have endured far too much corruption, and we must send a message to politicians that corrupt practices will no longer be tolerated,” Governor J.B. Pritzker said in a statement. “President Trump has abused his pardon power in inexplicable ways to reward his friends and condone corruption, and I deeply believe this pardon sends the wrong message at the wrong time.”Read More: Trump Pardons Former 49ers Team Owner Over 1998 Felony ChargeMilken served 22 months in prison before being released to a halfway house in January 1993.In announcing his pardon, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said the securities fraud conviction was based on “truly novel” charges that “had never been charged before as crimes.” She also pointed to his charitable work in the years following his conviction.Milken, 73, is worth $3.7 billion, according the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.Major Republican donors Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, as well as Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch, also backed the move, according to the White House.Also among those who backed Milken’s pardon is Nelson Peltz, the chief executive officer and founding partner of Trian Fund Management LP, according to the White House. Peltz threw a fundraiser for Trump at his Florida home on Saturday that raised more than $10 million for the president’s re-election campaign.Trump’s pardon doesn’t reverse Milken’s lifetime ban on securities dealing, which would require a separate appeal to the Securities and Exchange Commission.‘Very Unfairly’Trump’s decision on Blagojevich comes almost two years after the Democratic ex-governor formally requested a commutation and sustained public appeals for mercy from his family.Trump has repeatedly criticized Blagojevich’s prison sentence and said he would consider using his clemency power to cut it short.The president told reporters in August he was “thinking very seriously about commuting his sentence” because Blagojevich was “treated very, very unfairly.” He tweeted the following day that many saw his prison sentence that “White House staff is continuing the review of this matter.”Blagojevich, 63, was convicted in 2011 of 17 charges for what federal prosecutors said was a sweeping corruption plot that included an attempt to sell former President Barack Obama’s vacated U.S. Senate seat. The governor was impeached and removed from office in January 2009, about one month after he was arrested by FBI agents at his home.Celebrity ApprenticeTrump and Blagojevich have some personal history. Before his conviction, the former governor appeared on “The Celebrity Apprentice,” a spinoff of the long-running reality television hosted by Trump.Blagojevich’s wife, Patti, has also made numerous appearances on Fox News to ask Trump to shorten her husband’s prison term. The president referred to her comments when speaking to reporters last summer about a possible commutation.“I watched his wife, on television, saying that the young girl’s father has been in jail for now seven years, and they’ve never seen him outside of an orange uniform,” Trump said. “His wife, I think, is fantastic.”While Blagojevich is a Democrat, his wife has framed clemency as a way for the president to exact revenge for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, which Trump has repeatedly decried as a “hoax.”Comey ConnectionFormer U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, who prosecuted Blagojevich’s case, is friends with former FBI Director James Comey and served as his personal lawyer. Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia stemmed from a probe begun under Comey’s watch.“This same cast of characters that did this to my family are out there trying to do it to the president,” Patti Blagojevich told the Chicago Sun-Times in an April 2018 phone interview.Fitzgerald was also the special prosecutor who led the federal investigation into I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, whom Trump pardoned in 2018 for lying to federal agents probing the leak of a CIA officer’s identity. Libby was former Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff.The White House has fielded multiple requests for Blagojevich’s clemency, including from well-known Democrats like civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, who wrote a letter to Trump last summer.Fitzgerald and other former federal prosecutors who handled Blagojevich’s case issued a statement saying: “The former governor was convicted of very serious crimes. His prosecution serves as proof that elected officials who betray those they are elected to serve will be held to account.”Safavian, KerikBut House Republicans had urged him not to offer clemency to Blagojevich. A group of GOP lawmakers representing Illinois wrote Tuesday that they were “disappointed” by the president’s move, saying Blagojevich “is the face of public corruption in Illinois, and not once has he shown any remorse for his clear and documented record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by voters.”Also Tuesday, Trump pardoned David Safavian, the former top procurement official in George W. Bush’s administration, who was sentenced to one year in prison for lying about his association with lobbyist Jack Abramoff and helping Abramoff obtain government business. Safavian was released in 2012.Grisham said Safavian “dedicated his life to criminal justice reform” since his release and supported the bipartisan First Step Act, which Trump signed into law. His pardon was backed by former White House official Mercedes Schlapp and her husband, Matt, as well as liberal activist Van Jones, who focuses on criminal justice issues.Kerik, who served as police commissioner under Giuliani, was originally given a sentence that was longer than federal guidelines called for because the judge said he was a top police official who committed crimes as part of a bid to head the federal Homeland Security Department.”‘Operatic’ Case“The guidelines don’t fully take into account the almost operatic proportions of this case,” the judge said. “When these tax laws were being violated, they were being violated not just by anyone. They were being violated by the police commissioner of New York City.”Kerik, pleaded guilty to eight counts, including having an unidentified company make $255,000 in renovations to an apartment he purchased in the Riverdale section of New York in exchange for doing business with the city.He alsoadmitted to lying on a loan application, obstructing Internal Revenue Service laws, filing a false tax return, lying to the federal government and failing to report wages he paid to a nanny for his children.He was later charged separately in Washington with lying to the White House about the New York matter in 2004 while being considered for the top job at the U.S. Homeland Security Department. He pleaded guilty to crimes in both cases.In the case involving the former 49ers’ owner, DeBartolo never served prison time. The case began with allegations that he paid former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards $400,000 for a riverboat casino license, according to the Associated Press.DeBartolo agreed to testify against Edwards, helping him avoid a prison sentence. Edwards was charged with racketeering and conspiracy related to the granting of casino licenses. DeBartolo received two years probation and was fined $1 million.(Updates with DeBartolo in final three paragraphs.)\--With assistance from Patricia Hurtado and Shruti Date Singh.To contact the reporters on this story: Jordan Fabian in Washington at jfabian6@bloomberg.net;Josh Wingrove in Washington at jwingrove4@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Alex Wayne at awayne3@bloomberg.net, Justin Blum, Bill FariesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Roku, Fox Gain After New Deal Kept Super Bowl on Screens
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    Roku, Fox Gain After New Deal Kept Super Bowl on Screens

    (Bloomberg) -- Roku Inc. and Fox Corp. climbed Monday after inking a new distribution agreement over the weekend, preventing a potential blow to viewers’ ability to stream Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast.The settlement, clearing the way to air FOX channels on the Roku platform, brings an end to a fleeting dispute between two entities approaching the media business differently. Roku is focused on maintaining leadership among streaming platforms, while Fox is banking on exclusive broadcast rights to marquee sporting events similar to last night’s matchup, which saw the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20.Shares in Roku rose as much as 6.6%, the most in two months, as of 12:27 p.m. in New York. Fox Class A shares gained 2.5% intraday.More on the matter: Roku Falls as Fox Dispute Threatens Users’ Super Bowl Sunday“Roku customers can stream the Super Bowl through FOX Now, Fox Sports and NFL in addition to other ways,” Roku said in a statement Feb. 1.The move is an about-face for Roku, which fell to its lowest in more than two months on Friday after notifying customers that FOX channels wouldn’t be accessible on its platform ahead of the network’s Super Bowl coverage.(Updates shares, adds chart, removes analyst commentary.)To contact the reporters on this story: Kamaron Leach in New York at kleach6@bloomberg.net;Hailey Waller in New York at hwaller@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: James Ludden at jludden@bloomberg.net, Matthew G. Miller, Scott SchnipperFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Roku tries Fox Super Bowl play but stock loses yardage
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    Roku tries Fox Super Bowl play but stock loses yardage

    Shares of Roku tumbled 7% on Friday after the streaming video company told customers it was removing Fox channels from its platform ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast. "On January 31, 2020, all standalone FOX channels will no longer be available on Roku streaming devices," Roku wrote in an email to customers on Thursday. It added that its viewers could watch Fox channels on other companies' services, including Hulu and Alphabet's YouTube.

  • Roku Falls as Fox Dispute Threatens Users’ Super Bowl Sunday
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    Roku Falls as Fox Dispute Threatens Users’ Super Bowl Sunday

    (Bloomberg) -- Roku Inc. fell to its lowest in more than two months on Friday as the company began notifying customers that FOX channels will not be accessible on its platform ahead of the network’s Super Bowl broadcast this weekend.Beginning Jan. 31 “all standalone FOX channels will no longer be available on Roku streaming devices,” the company said in an e-mail. Roku encouraged customers to continue using its system to access FOX channels through other streaming apps, including: FuboTV, SlingTV, YouTube TV and Hulu’s live television option.The news sent the stock on an abrupt slide, falling as much as 7.6% to $120.71 in New York, its lowest since Nov. 11. Shares of Fox Corp. fell as much as 1.7% intraday.Read more: Super Bowl Is Key Proving Ground for a Slimmed-Down Fox NetworkRoku’s notice to customers comes as a distribution agreement with Fox is scheduled to expire, after hosting the network’s channels for years. The dispute could be a big blow to Fox prior to Sunday’s match-up between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.According to a Fox spokesperson, “Roku’s threat to delete FOX apps from its customers’ devices is a naked effort to use its customers as pawns. Only Roku can pull apps from its customers’ devices, and we would urge them to stop the intimidation tactics and reconsider the merits of irritating their best customers in pursuit of Roku’s own interests.”Rosenblatt Securities views the weakness in Roku as an opportunity for investors to increase their holdings. Mark Zgutowicz, a media analyst at the firm, commended the company for “acting from a position of strength” and leveraging its leadership among over-the-top streaming providers.In a blog post, Roku asserted that it “tried for months” to reach a deal and even offered Fox an extension although the network operator declined.“If an agreement is not reached, we will be forced to remove FOX channels from the Roku platform because we can’t distribute content without an agreement,” Roku said. “Our discussions with FOX continue and we hope that FOX will agree to an agreement soon.”(Updates shares, adds Roku statement and analyst commentary after fifth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Gerry Smith.To contact the reporter on this story: Kamaron Leach in New York at kleach6@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Catherine Larkin at clarkin4@bloomberg.net, Jennifer Bissell-LinskFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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    FOX News Channel to Present Special Live Programming Surrounding Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Florida

    FOX News Channel (FNC) will present special live programming ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Florida, beginning on Friday, January 31st through Sunday, February 2nd.

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    FOX News Channel Marks 18th Consecutive Year as Number One Cable News Network

    FOX News Channel (FNC) has marked yet another historic milestone, notching its 18th consecutive year as the number one cable news network, according to Nielsen Media Research. Since January 2002, FNC has been the most-watched cable news network in both primetime and total day across total viewers and in the 25-54 demo. This month, FNC also scored its highest-rated month in total viewers since February 2017 with total day and November 2016 with prime.

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    FOX Business Network Dominates as the Leader in Business News for the Month of January

    FOX Business Network (FBN) trounced CNBC across Business Day and Market Hours, in addition to claiming the top three programs on business television for the entire month of January 2020, according to Nielsen Media Research. The network’s strong start to the year also delivered placements among the top three programs on business television. FBN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight (weekdays 7-8PM/ET), Varney & Co. (weekdays 9AM-12PM/ET), and Trish Regan Primetime (8-9PM/ET) finished first, second, and third place on the business television ranker for the month, respectively, while also seeing double-digit growth year over year.

  • Super Bowl 54 ticket prices at record highs six days before game, bucking past trends
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    Super Bowl 54 ticket prices at record highs six days before game, bucking past trends

    Super Bowl ticket prices usually dip one week before the actual event. Not this year.

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    FOX News Channel’s Sean Hannity to Interview President Donald Trump During FOX SUPER BOWL PREGAME SHOW

    FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Sean Hannity will conduct a sit-down interview with President Donald J. Trump which will air during the FOX SUPER BOWL PREGAME SHOW on Sunday, February 2nd beginning at approximately 3:30 PM/ET. The interview will take place at the White House and cover an array of topics.

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    FOX News Digital Delivers Record Year in 2019, Besting CNN.com Across Key Industry Categories

    FOX News Digital delivered a record year in 2019, setting new highs across multiplatform views, average monthly multiplatform unique visitors, multiplatform minutes, and average monthly mobile app unique visitors, according to Comscore. Driving more than 19 billion multiplatform views for the year, up 12 percent from 2018, Fox News Digital Network saw the largest year-over-year growth in multiplatform views, with the majority of brands in the news competitive set experiencing a decrease year-over-year. Monthly multiplatform unique visitors across FOX News Digital averaged 101 million unique visitors this year, an 11 percent increase versus 2018, beating CNN.com in growth year over year. In multiplatform minutes, FOX News Digital earned the number one spot in the news competitive set, driving 46.6 billion minutes, up 35 percent versus the prior year, and experiencing the largest year over year growth. FOX News Digital finished at number one in the news competitive set, outpacing CNN.com (18.6 billion/36 billion minutes), NYTimes.com (13.3 billion/13.2 billion minutes), and WashingtonPost.com (6.1 billion/14 billion minutes) in total views and total minutes.*

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    FOX News Channel Signs Shannon Bream to New Multi-Year Deal

    FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Shannon Bream has signed a new multi-year deal with the network, announced Suzanne Scott, CEO of FOX News Media and Jay Wallace, its president and executive editor. Bream will remain in her role as anchor of FOX News @ Night (weeknights at 11PM/ET) and continue as the network’s chief legal correspondent.

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    FOX News Channel Promotes Chad Pergram to Congressional Correspondent

    FOX News Channel (FNC) has elevated senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram to congressional correspondent, announced Bryan Boughton, senior vice president and Washington bureau chief for the network. Effective immediately, Pergram will provide live reports across all FNC programs and platforms, delivering viewers the latest from policymakers in Washington.

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    FOX News Channel Signs Alex Hogan as General Assignment Reporter

    FOX News Channel (FNC) has signed WFMZ-TV, an independent television station, reporter Alex Hogan as a general assignment reporter. She begins her new role today.

  • ESPN's Fowler and Herbstreit talk pros and cons of expanding College Football Playoff to 8 teams
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    ESPN's Fowler and Herbstreit talk pros and cons of expanding College Football Playoff to 8 teams

    The College Football Playoff is a money-making machine, regardless how many teams — four or eight — go to the finals.

  • Verizon Enhances TV Services With Personalized Pricing Model
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    Verizon Enhances TV Services With Personalized Pricing Model

    Verizon (VZ) introduces an avant-garde hassle-free pricing model, Mix & Match, allowing users to combine TV with Internet plans minus any hidden charges and annual contracts.

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    FOX News Channel Signs Martha MacCallum to New Multi-Year Deal

    Martha MacCallum has signed a new multi-year deal with FOX News Channel (FNC) where she will continue as anchor of The Story with Martha MacCallum (weeknights at 7PM/ET) and executive editor of the primetime program, announced Suzanne Scott, CEO of FOX News Media and Jay Wallace, its President. Additionally, Ms. MacCallum will continue to co-anchor all of the network’s election and special event political coverage alongside Special Report’s Bret Baier.

  • Super Bowl 54 is becoming a political vehicle
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    Super Bowl 54 is becoming a political vehicle

    President Trump's and Mike Bloomberg's Super Bowl campaign ads will bring politics back to the NFL discussion.

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    FOX News Channel to Host a Town Hall With 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Sunday, January 26th Ahead of the Iowa Caucuses

    FOX News Channel (FNC) will present a town hall with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, IN on Sunday, January 26th, announced Jay Wallace, president and executive editor of FOX News Media. Moderated by FOX News Sunday’s Chris Wallace, FNC’s first town hall of 2020 will take place live at 7PM/ET in Des Moines, IA and focus on the top issues facing voters one week prior to the Iowa caucuses.

  • Why 2019 box office still disappointed — and the Golden Globes' hidden message
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    Why 2019 box office still disappointed — and the Golden Globes' hidden message

    The 2019 box office fell short of expectations despite strong showings from Disney's biggest properties.

  • NFL TV ratings rose 5% this season—but are still far from 2015 peak
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    NFL TV ratings rose 5% this season—but are still far from 2015 peak

    It's the second season in a row that NFL ratings have gone up 5% overall.

  • Is a High Churn Rate in the Cards for Cincinnati Bell (CBB)?
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    Is a High Churn Rate in the Cards for Cincinnati Bell (CBB)?

    Cincinnati Bell (CBB) is likely to lose FOX TV stations in 2020 due to a contract conflict with Fox Corporation, which may result in a dearth of customers.

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