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For Comcast subscribers, it would provide a way to purchase movies they can watch anytime through a TV, computer or mobile devices.
Conventional wisdom suggests newspapers are in their death convulsions, but FT CEO John Ridding said his company may never have been stronger.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson explains how he turned his life around after bankruptcy, prison and drug addiction.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht looks to a renewed focus on original content at his premium channel.
Dish's Ergen believes consolidation in the cable and satellite TV industry makes sense, and acquiring T-Mobile is still on the table.
Filmmaker Ken Burns says that though new platforms have increased accessibility to his work, public television is still his No. 1 distribution source.
Former college football coach Barry Switzer has turned a man cave in his Oklahoma home into a base for a webcast he calls Coaches' Cabana.
When it comes to learning about the evils of Internet piracy, Hollywood studios and the major music labels want kids to start young.
BT has defended its lavish spending on exclusive soccer rights to show prime European soccer games, telling CNBC that it did not overpay.
Disney reported higher profit for the quarter, lifted by more visitors to U.S. theme parks and higher sales of toys and other consumer products.
Patrick Stewart says the social networking site has given his acting career a new boost since his days as "Star Trek" Capt. Jean-Luc Picard.
DirecTV CEO Mike White says a potential merger with Dish Network could help consumers, but he warned that regulatory concerns would be a factor.
Time Warner reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, yet revenue checked in light.
"Ender's Game," the tale of children recruited to wage war against an enemy race, won the weekend box office battle, defeating "Last Vegas."
Three senior journalists at the defunct News of the World tabloid have already pleaded guilty to hacking phones, a prosecutor revealed Wednesday.
Chipmaker Intel is having second thoughts about its nascent TV service and is in talks with Verizon to take over the business, according to a report.
Comcast posted a drop in earnings that was milder than expected as its NBCUniversal media subsidiary overcame the absence of Olympics programming.
Just what kind of impact is the company's mobile growth having?
AMC Networks said it would buy Chellomedia, the international content unit of John Malone's Liberty Global, for about $1.04 billion.
A week ahead of the networking site's earnings, CEO Jeff Weiner announced a focus on mobile as a game-changer for its products.
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