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"The idea of you paying thousands of dollars a year for a package of cable channels that you don't watch doesn't make any sense," Diller said.
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The $300 million cash deal for the struggling information site is expected to close in the next few weeks.
IAC/Interactivecorp is willing to pay $30 million more than Answers.com has agreed to pay for the information site, according to Reuters.
The billionaire, speaking in a Bloomberg Television interview, says that the controversial streaming service is going to ramp up marketing efforts.
Appeals court clears the way for the TV-over-the-Web service to continue around New York City. But broadcasters aren't giving up their legal battle against the Barry Diller-backed service and its ambitious expansion plans.
Hearst-owned WCVB becomes the latest broadcast TV station to sue the Barry Diller-backed startup, which retransmits over-the-air signals to Internet-connected devices.
The streamer of over-the-air local broadcasts picks Utah for the next leg of its expansion from New York after Boston and Atlanta, but the move west still keeps it out of a zone with shakier legal footing.
A spokesperson for the cable giant tells The New York Times it will suggest that its users give streaming startup Aereo a try if Time Warner Cable loses access to CBS programming.
The computer-based tool out of Brown University performs finely tuned acoustic analyses across 80 parameters that reveal details about a baby's health.