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CNBC's Jon Fortt and Ryan Lawler, Tech Crunch, break down the video streaming wars amid Amazon's Fire TV entering the space today.
Amazon's splash into the video streaming and gaming set-top box world has an accidental tie to the porn industry.
Every tech company wants a piece of the living room these days and Amazon is no exception. But can the company compete in the crowded space?
Mark Shaw, CJ Group CEO, and Todd Goldstein, AEG chief revenue officer, discuss their partnership to open the first 4D theater in the U.S. The 100 seat theater will open in Los Angeles.
Walt Disney's hit film "Frozen" has become the top-grossing animated film in box office history, as the musical topped $1 billion in global sales.
Television stations can successfully share the same digital channel, according to a new report on a recent channel-sharing experiment.
CBS Outdoor Americas said it priced its initial public offering at $28 per share, valuing the outdoor advertising company at about $3.36 billion.
DailyCandy and Television Without Pity, two high-profile Internet content properties owned by NBCUniversal, are being shuttered.
Following the news, both stocks are rose more than 6 percent.
The New York Times will launch a new smartphone app and a premium monthly subscription package on April 2.
A majority of Americans are skeptical about the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan checks into the pay and golden parachutes of media moguls and CEOs.
Looks like someone just hit the gas pedal on the TV revolution, says BuzzFeed's Jon Steinberg.
Apple is in talks with Comcast to enter into a deal for a streaming-television service that would allow Apple set-top boxes to bypass congestion on the web.
Netflix CEO said Internet service providers should give content companies adequate network connections for free, and singled out Comcast for supporting "weak" internet traffic rules.
The Twitter ban by Turkey's prime minister is "not acceptable," the EU's digital commissioner Neelie Kroes told CNBC.
The chairman of Bloomberg said that the firm should have reconsidered articles that deviated from its core of coverage of business news. NYT reports.
Want to reach people on Facebook with your business? You may soon have to pay up.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on Disney's shareholder meeting where 10 of 11 of its board members were re-elected.
Disney shareholders meet against the backdrop of better-than-expected first quarter earnings on theme parks, cable TV and the movie "Frozen."
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