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CEO Reed Hastings helped light a fire under Netflix shares with a confident outlook—and a personal shot at rival HBO.
The app, launched Wednesday, aims to build on the company's understanding of how people consume news.
The number of mainstream companies that sprinkle a bit of pot into their TV pitches is growing: Spirit Airlines is beckoning flyers to "get mile high."
Hot off the heels of Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, some familiar film faces nabbed coveted Oscar nominations Thursday morning.
"Duck Dynasty" is a merchandising phenomenon with about $400 million in 2013 sales in products that include DVDs, action figures, and even wine.
To bag Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications may need more help from its investor John Malone, but the mogul is all about being patient.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has struck a deal with investment fund Hale Global to unload the Internet company's money-losing local news service, Patch.
Backed by $60 million in investment, Beats Music's library has all the songs you'd ever want to hear. But can the new streaming service stand out from the crowd?
Comcast already built the tallest skyscraper in Philadelphia. On Wednesday, it announced plans to build an even taller one.
All connotations aside, by every account the porn business is just as big as—or bigger than—plenty of other mainstream media.
For the third year since 2011, films by Meagan Ellison, daughter of Oracle founder Larry Ellison, are box office hits and contenders for major awards.
World Wrestling Entertainment announced details on the highly anticipated WWE Network, a 24/7 streaming and video on-demand service, at CES.
Gadget makers showcasing latest Internet-connected TVs and smartphones at The Consumer Electronics Show is enabling a surge in streaming content.
The CEO of Publicis Groupe revealed that the approval process for its proposed merger with Omnicom is progressing faster than expected.
Increasingly CES is the go-to destination for Madison Avenue to make deals and figure out how the latest technology will transform the advertising business.
U.S. cable and satellite Tv operators are now squaring off over the mobile apps that viewers are increasingly using to watch TV.
Disney CEO Bob Iger likes people like Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey on the media conglomerate's board because they get "in our face."
Liberty Media said it would offer to buy out minority shareholders in Sirius XM.
Apple has reportedly purchased the small company that makes a popular photography app.
Showtime's strategy in the high-stakes game of pay-per-view boxing worked once. Now it hopes the gameplan works again.
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