The Federal Communications Commission voted to retain nearly all rules limiting cross-ownership of newspapers, radio and TV stations in the same market.
Glenn Beck explains what he found most disturbing about the meeting with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
It's clear why conservatives are meeting with Facebook on Wednesday. But what's in it for Facebook? Jake Novak explains.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has approved European telecoms group Altice's acquisition of U.S. cable company Cablevision Systems.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at where the candidates stand on the issue of net neutrality as the 2016 presidential election draws closer.
With a vote to free boxes from the stranglehold of cable providers, the FCC may have triggered a battle between media companies of all stripes.
The FCC on Thursday approved a new rule that would allow consumers to swap cable set-top boxes for less expensive devices.
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote on a proposal that could boost cable box competition.
Wednesday stocks on the move
Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is asked about when she said in 2010 an Internet sales tax would be a bad idea. Fiorina says the government trying to level the playing field between Internet and brick-and-mortar creates a problem.
Tom Rogers, TiVo president & CEO, discusses the latest features in TiVo's new set-top box, including the ability to skip ads.
Companies led by Amazon are lobbying the federal government to use drones, adding pressure to an already messy legal landscape.
Sinclair stations back on Dish Network as retransmission negotiations resume.
Smart City is accused of blocking consumers from connecting with personal hotspots if they did not pay an $80 per day access fee.
Dish and Sinclair Broadcasting Group extend talks and avoid blackout.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the latest details on an insider trading scheme involving Ukrainian hackers infiltrating wire services for access to information that was not yet public.
AT&T is moving to capitalize on its recent merger with DirecTV by offering bundled wireless and television services.
The deal will combine the nation's second-largest wireless carrier with its biggest satellite television provider.
Maggie Wilderotter, Frontier Communications, shares his thoughts on AT&T's deal to buy DirecTV. Also Wilderotter provides perspective on the future of television. Customers don't want to buy 500 channels anymore and only watch 12, says Wilderotter, weighing in on the unbundling of cable TV.
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the $1.7B subsidy program, but very little is known about the actual recipients.