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Andy Cohen, executive producer of “The Real Housewives” franchise, says that Netflix and Amazon are able to spend a terrifying amount of money on content.
Garry Marshall, the legendary director of “Pretty Woman,” says he’s tried binge watching but doesn’t understand how people have the time.
TV and film legend Garry Marshall ("Happy Days," "Mork & Mindy," and movies like "Pretty Woman" and "Beaches") tells us the exact moment in which to pitch executives with your proposed TV pilot.
Super-Producer Jane Rosenthal (of Tribeca Films and Robert De Niro's partner) on how to keep people coming to the movie theater and not watching the same content at home or on their phone.
Producer Jason Blum (The Purge, Paranormal Activity) has changed the financial model of Hollywood by stripping out high salaries and actors' perks, and created the "Moneyball" of the film industry.
Imagine's Brian Grazer (24, Empire, Friday Night Lights) explains why the economics of network TV remain so compelling, despite the rise of streaming video.
Bravo's Andy Cohen explains why "Real Housewives" marathons were the original binge-TV moment and why Bravo first ran multiple episodes back to back, years ago.
Media and entertainment are changing in exciting ways: new players, technologies, ways to watch and interact. Carl Quintanilla breaks it down.
Asia's retail markets are expanding quickly and global retailers are rushing to get in, AT Kearney's head of Southeast Asia Chua Soon Ghee says.
It's shipping, business supplies and groceries that are likely to be Amazon's next big business, one technology analyst says.
Unlike magazines and newspapers, print comic books are thriving even as publishers push digital comics and all-you-can-eat subscriptions.
An Elon Musk tweet suggests Norway may have just given Tesla Motors a big win.
Another Silicon Valley investor has ripped in to Gawker Media — alleging the company published a fake story.
Yuri Milner, DST Global founder, speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Jon Fortt at the Code Conference about finding "the next Facebook," and where he's looking for game-changing opportunities around the globe.
Jean Liu, president of Uber's ride-hailing rival Didi Chuxing, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that there's no competition for Chinese market share.
Delta has a 30 percent faster lane system that processes five travelers at once, NBC News reports.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos covered topics from artificial intelligence to space to media at the Code Conference.
Des Hague has been hired as CEO of a frozen food company two years after a viral video exposed him kicking a pal's pooch.
Tickets of Lin-Manuel Miranda's purported last show in the famed Broadway musical "Hamilton" are on sale for $10,000.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on Wal-Mart's big initiatives announced at the retail giant's annual meeting. The "FMHR" traders debate the trade.