Daily Links 7/16/2012: Comcast buys out Microsoft's MSNBC.com website stake, chides FCC for interference in programming decisions
Comcast Acquires Microsoft's Stake in MSNBC.com for $300 Million (Hollywood Reporter)
This only involves the website, as Comcast had bought out Microsoft's stake in the cable channel a few years ago.
Comcast fights Tennis Channel program access FCC ruling (FierceCable)
Comcast says government needs to stay out of programming business (LA Times: Company Town)
Comcast and Scripps Networks Interactive Reach Long-Term, TV Everywhere Distribution Agreement for Xfinity TV Customers (Business Wire)
Procurian Acquires Media IQ -- Expands Marketing Practice to Media Audit, Measurement, Benchmarking (Spend Matters)
Procurian, formerly known as ICG Commerce, is based in King of Prussia.