Apple TV rumors weighed on cable companies, and Tag Heuer and Intel challenge the smartwatch maker -- this is your tech rewind of the week.
Internet Association CEO Michael Beckerman and Telecommunications Industry Association CEO Scott Belcher discuss the impact of the FCC’s proposed net-neutrality rules.
Brody Mullins of The Wall Street Journal discusses the latest on the net-neutrality debate.
BTIG Tech and Media Analyst Rich Greenfield on the shifting TV industry, the Comcast merger and net neutrality.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on NBC’s news credibility problems, Brian Williams’ suspension and media biased.
Former New York Times Digital Chief Martin Nisenholtz discusses the battle of the future of the Internet.
Earnings HQ: FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down Time Warner Cable ’s fourth-quarter earnings report.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Facebook and Qualcomm earnings and the Federal Reserve.
Leo Hindery of Intermedia Partners on President Obama and the strategy to reach millennials through YouTube.
Wall Street Journal Reporter Gautham Nagesh on the politicization of net neutrality.
WSJ’s Veronica Dagher, Turkel Brands Executive Creative Director Bruce Turkel and Capitalistpig.com’s Jonathan Hoenig discuss the worst logos, most unpopular companies, and 2014 branding.
Small business expert Susan Solovic on the lack of quality customer service at many companies.
Time Warner Cable named most unpopular company in America
FBN’s Adam Shapiro and the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel discuss the cost of cutting the cable cord and Apple TV.
Leo Hindery of Intermedia Partners and KPMG Global Chairman John Veihmeyer discusses unbundling pay TV and the future of cable.
Keach Hagey of The Wall Street Journal on Apple’s online TV service.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent and Veracruz Founder Steve Cortes discuss Apple’s reported entrance into the TV industry.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Telsey Advisory Group Managing Director Thomas Eagan discuss how the government delay of the review of the Comcast- Time Warner deal could be holding up other mergers and acquisitions.
Wall Street Journal Reporter Ryan Knutson discusses how used solely Wi-Fi on his Smartphone for 30 days.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, FOX Business Contributor Anthony Scaramucci, and FNC’s Howard Kurtz weigh in on the Kardashians’ record-breaking deal with E! Network.