Jan 9- The Golden Globes were a strong night for "La La Land" and FX's " Atlanta," but first-time host Jimmy Fallon's performance at the movie and TV awards show received mixed reviews. Sunday's broadcast of the 74th Golden Globe Awards by Comcast Corp's NBC is on track to top last year's audience, following two years of declines, according to preliminary figures...
The new policy would result in members of Congress being fined up to $2,500, reports NBC News.
President-elect Donald Trump blasts the Wall Street Journal's editorial board for criticizing his import tax plan.
The cable news network wants to steal the anchor away from Fox News.
Tom Ruledge, Charter Communications Chairman and CEO, discusses how a Trump presidency will effect his business, his company's outlook and the future of television.
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group senior research analyst, weighs in on NFL's ratings decline.
CBS strikes a deal with Google involving a web TV service in the works, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
The Republican presidential candidate questions whether he was given a 'defective' audio set-up on purpose.
The European press mostly praised Hillary Clinton for being 'poised' and 'prepared' during the showdown Monday night.
Marci Ryvicker, Wells Fargo media analyst, discusses the company's political ad spending of $5 billion, which is down 5 percent from the last election cycle in 2012.
The cable news network announced the host of 'On the Record' will leave the show after 14 years.
The singer took home the top prize as well as eight statuettes at this year's Video Music Awards.
The Federal Communications Commission voted to retain nearly all rules limiting cross-ownership of newspapers, radio and TV stations in the same market.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest of what CBS CEO Leslie Moonves has to say on the earnings call. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
CBS, Wal-Mart and Boeing are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
The HBO series could air later than April while waiting to shoot in grimmer weather.
The TV upfronts are wrapping up, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the highlights from this year's gatherings.
The meteorologist was handed a sweater by a co-host to cover up her black sparkly dress while on air.
Respondents who watch sports say they would pay more for online streaming, according to a new survey.
More than half of respondents say they would support removing prescription drug advertisements from TV.