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IMAX's Richard Gelfond says this year looks even more promising than 2015 with the pipeline of blockbusters lined up.
Jay Simons, President of Atlassian, shows off his company headquarters.
The Motley Fool's Jason Moser says DreamWorks' management was right to delay the release of Kungfu Panda 3 so it wouldn't coincide with Star Wars.
Macquarie's Amy Yong explains that DreamWorks' profits are up and the Kungfu Panda movie franchise is very successful in China.
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman said on Tuesday that Viacom is pursuing a deal to farm out a minority stake in Paramount.
Discussing the music industry in the face of changing technology is musician Charlie Mars.
Discussing the way that advertising translates into foot traffic and his company's new tool for tracking it is Steven Rosenblatt, President of Foursquare.
Golfing personality, David Feherty, joins Kelly Evans at the NYSE to chat about the sport and the new season of his talk show.
Italian author Umberto Eco, famous for the 1980 international blockbuster "The Name of the Rose," died on Friday, Italian media reported. He was 84.
The New York Toy Fair offers a preview of the major trends in the toy industry and what kids will be placing on their wish lists come Christmas.
Amazon just upped its bets on original content, landing a feature film from Woody Allen.
Macau's mass market gaming segment is stabilizing, says Angela Han lee, gaming analyst at China Merchants Securities, Hong Kong.
The New York Toy Fair offers a preview of the hottest trends and toys in the industry, toting big names and revealing smaller, innovative toy vendors.
David Milch, creator of "Deadwood" and "NYPD Blue," is fighting an incapacitating gambling addition, according to a report.
The move could make it harder for fans to get last-minute tickets for below face value.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks with Wasserman CEO, Casey Wasserman, at the Code Media Conference on the future of sports on TV, branding opportunities, and technology in the business.
Fandango President Paul Yanover discusses how his brand is complimented by both movie review site Rotten Tomatoes and movie discovery mobile app Flixster.
Disney's ESPN is exploring streaming options as sports programming and traditional cable choices are seeing an evolving environment.
Matt Bekier, CEO of The Star Entertainment, says visitor growth depends on consumer sentiment and confidence in the economic outlook.
It looks like the beating media stocks took last week may have been unfair.
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