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The FBI initially saw the Christmas movie classic "It's a Wonderful Life' as anti-bank Communist propaganda.
Twitter has a secret weapon: Vine. The video-sharing service is just one step away from true greatness, CNBC's Eli Langer opines.
After a stellar 2013 stock picking campaign, CNBC's Julia Boorstin forecasts which stocks she believes will move the media sector in 2014.
Analysts say The Huffington Post will become more critical next year to AOL's hoped-for transformation into a digital media powerhouse.
A look at what's likely to move in the media next year, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
On a busy pre-Christmas weekend, "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" held off a very different sequel, "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."
Dodge CEO Timothy Kuniskis said he isn't worried that Ron Burgundy made fun of its Durango model because the profit from the campaign is huge.
Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance senior columnist, reveals that Disney is Yahoo's company of the year for 2014. Santoli explains the reason behind the decision.
The deal between William Morris Endeavor and IMG shows the shift away from the slower-growing traditional movie business, once Hollywood agencies' bread and butter.
As Twitter builds out its business it must be careful to not change too much too fast, industry experts say.
Beyonce's latest album surpassed 1 million copies sold worldwide in six days and set a record for iTunes, according to Apple and Columbia Records.
The creator behind the hit TV series "The Walking Dead" is suing the cable network AMC claiming that he was cheated out of profits.
Jerry Seinfeld has teamed up with Acura on a series of Web-only commercials.
Comcast is examining three scenarios for a potential deal with Time Warner Cable, including a full takeover bid.
By tapping into local, Twitter would create the potential for new social experiences
Tim Armstrong, the chief executive of AOL, had a debilitating attachment to Patch, a network of local news sites that he is finally winding down.
Charter Communications is preparing an offer letter to acquire Time Warner Cable for less than $140 a share, Bloomberg reported Friday.
DirecTV is developing an Internet product that it would sell separate from its core video service. Separately, it's exploring a deal with the NFL.
Canada Post will begin to phase out door-to-door mail delivery and convert service to community mailboxes, the Toronto Star reported Wednesday.
Expect big acts for the media and entertainment industry next year: big deals, bigger convergence, biggest mobile universe. Julia Boorstin shares her insights.
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