Mike Snider, KARE 11

Mike Snider

KARE 11

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Mike:

Why you may pay more for BET, MTV and Nickelodeon pay-TV channels

Those wanting their MTV -- and BET, Comedy Central or Nickelodeon -- may have to pay more. → Read More

Fox seeks dismissal of Andrea Tantaros suit as 'Hannity' loses advertiser

Fox News has asked a U.S. court to dismiss a suit brought by former TV host Andrea Tantaros. → Read More

Why you may pay more for BET, MTV and Nickelodeon pay-TV channels

Those wanting their MTV -- and BET, Comedy Central or Nickelodeon -- may have to pay more. → Read More

Number of harassment and discrimination suits against Fox continues to grow

The number of harassment suits filed against Fox News continues to grow. → Read More

Number of harassment and discrimination suits against Fox continues to grow

The number of harassment suits filed against Fox News continues to grow. → Read More

The FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. The FCC voted 2-1, along political party lines Thursday, to begin a rule-making process to replace the Open Internet order, or net neutrality rules, adopted in 2015 by the agency, then headed by Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat. Those original rules included provisions… → Read More

The FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. The FCC voted 2-1, along political party lines Thursday, to begin a rule-making process to replace the Open Internet order, or net neutrality rules, adopted in 2015 by the agency, then headed by Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat. Those original rules included provisions… → Read More

The FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. The FCC voted 2-1, along political party lines Thursday, to begin a rule-making process to replace the Open Internet order, or net neutrality rules, adopted in 2015 by the agency, then headed by Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat. Those original rules included provisions… → Read More

The FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. The FCC voted 2-1, along political party lines Thursday, to begin a rule-making process to replace the Open Internet order, or net neutrality rules, adopted in 2015 by the agency, then headed by Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat. Those original rules included provisions… → Read More

FCC votes to overturn net neutrality rules put in place under Obama

The Federal Communications Commission has officially begun undoing net neutrality rules the agency passed two years ago. → Read More

FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

Current rules include provisions preventing Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content users sought to access, as well as preventing ISPs from accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

The FCC votes to overturn net neutrality

The FCC has officially begun the undoing of net neutrality rules passed two years ago. → Read More

Roger Ailes' legacy: 3 lasting effects he has had on politics and TV

Roger Ailes, who died Thursday, leaves a lasting legacy in politics and television. → Read More

Protests planned Thursday on FCC's vote to overturn net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission is expected Thursday to overturn net neutrality. → Read More

Facebook takes a new crack at halting fake news and clickbait

Even though Facebook began targeting suspect clickbait headlines last year, they continue to plague users. → Read More

Chicago Tribune's parent plans to buy Chicago Sun-Times

The Justice Department's antitrust division, which is responsible for investigating newspaper mergers, said it would monitor the process. → Read More

Netflix is testing price hikes, but not surge pricing, in Australia

Netflix is conducting price testing in Australia. → Read More

Netflix is testing price hikes, but not surge pricing, in Australia

Netflix says it tests pricing, but doesn’t bump rates during higher use time periods. → Read More

How U.S. dodged a bullet in Friday's massive global ransomware attack

Ransomware attack repercussions continue, but U.S. may have dodged a major hit → Read More

Verizon wins $3.1 billion bidding war for Straight Path's 5G spectrum

Verizon just bought a booster for its 5G future. → Read More