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CNBC's Julia Boorstin tallies the Emmy winners at last night's award show.
McDonald's, Viacom and PayPal are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
The HBO show broke the record for the highest number of Emmy awards by any fictional series.
Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker, discuss his new film which depicts the story of a couple who helped refugees flee the Nazi occupation of Europe.
The creator of some of the most binge-able content ever created explains why he doesn’t binge and who the greatest comedic minds in TV are today.
The Big Bang Theory is a global phenomenon, and Burrows—who directed both versions of the pilot—tells BINGE the origin story.
Jim Burrows has directed more than 1,000 episodes of TV, including The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Taxi, Will & Grace and Frasier. He tells BINGE why he’s excited about Netflix, why the sitcom isn’t dead and why he avoids reunion shows.
The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Taxi, Will & Grace, Frasier… TV Legend Burrows has directed some of the best. Which is his favorite?
What Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can tell us about TV pilots… and why Friends seems “average.”
TV legend Jim Burrows has directed more than 1000 episodes of TV, including The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Will & Grace and Frasier. He’s attended 8 funerals for the sitcom, and tells BINGE why there will be many more.
Former porn superstar Sasha Grey loves virtual reality, but not when it comes to sex.
TV is embracing diversity in primetime, and so are advertisers. There's money to be made with content that appeals to a broader audience.
21st Century Fox accused Netflix of illegally hiring two of its executives in a lawsuit filed Friday, Deadline reports.
Shares of Lions Gate Entertainment gained more than 6 percent on Friday as the company debuted its reboot of "Blair Witch."
Live Nation may be the largest of all the concert companies, but it's also facing growing competition from a range of places.
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