Comcast Upping Internet Speed

High-speed Internet customers of Comcast are going to see their computer service get even faster.

Comcast Offers Semillitas Channel for Kids

The cable giant is now offering the Semillitas channel, which highlights Hispanic heritage and traditions and is aimed at Hispanic children 5 years and under.

Washington Post to Put Up Paywall

The Washington Post is joining elite newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times in asking frequent users to pay for reading its reports on the Internet.

Dex One, SuperMedia Merger Hinges on Bankruptcy

Yellow pages publisher Dex One and Texas-based SuperMedia have filed "pre-packaged" bankruptcy plans in order to move ahead with their merger.

Multiethnic TV Leadership Awards Announced

Eleven executives from Comcast, Fox Hispanic Media, Telemundo and other high-profile media outlets have been tapped for Multiethnic TV Leadership Awards, it was announced.

Time Warner to Spin Off Magazines

Time Warner said its board of directors has authorized management to go ahead and set up Time Inc. as an independent, publicly traded company by the end of the calendar year.

Media Vista Acquires 4 Univision Affliliates

Media Vista Group LLC (MVG) has completed acquisition of four Univision affiliates in Florida, Missouri and Minnesota.

Here She Comes: Glam Belleza Latina

Glamour magazine has a launched Glam Belleza Latina, a new beauty title aimed at Hispanic women, with Jennifer Lopez on the cover of the premiere issue.

Entravision Launches Carlos Alvarez en la Manana in LA

Veteran radio host Carlos Alvarez will be entertaining morning commuters with his new program, "Carlos Alvarez en la Manana" on Super Estrella 107.1 FM in Los Angeles, Entravision Communications Corp. announced.

Bob Woodward: I Did Not Say 'Threatened'

Famed Washington reporter Bob Woodward denied Friday he said an Obama adviser had threatened him.

Murdoch, Times Have Mutual Interest in Bid

Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, reported to be on The New York Times Co.'s shortlist of suitors for its Boston Globe, would be a bargain hunter looking to get the Hub newspaper on the cheap from his archrival at the Times, who in turn could use the News Corp. chairman's bid to drive up the price of other offers, according to media analysts.

Anti-Chavez TV Sees 'Death Sentence' in Digital B'casting

When the Venezuelan government announced this week it was making the switch to digital broadcasting, it touted the increased number of channels that will be available -- but opposition network Globovision wasn't invited to cross the digital divide.

Ombudsman Still Has Place in Newsroom

These days, news organizations are falling all over themselves to engage with readers. Many are taking to Twitter and Facebook to deepen relationships with their audiences. Some even have full-time social-media editors.

CNBC to Produce Nightly Business Report

CNBC will begin producing the series exclusively for public television from its Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., on March 4.

New York Times Selling Boston Globe

The New York Times Co. said it has put The Boston Globe and other parts of its New England Media Group up for sale.

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