NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CBS (CBS - Get Report) and Time Warner Cable (TWC - Get Report) have entered Day 11 of their version of Mutual Assured Destruction, or more officially, a disagreement over retransmission rights that has resulted in a blackout of the network's programming for the cable-TV operator's customers in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.Ever since negotiations failed to produce an agreement, both sides have been touting their version of events while pointing to reports from consumer groups, industry associations and Wall Street analysts in hopes of asserting that the other guy is the one really screwing the consumer.
CBS, Time Warner Cable Squabble Rages as Investors Yawn
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