Although pay-TV industry was down in 2013, it is expected to rebound throughout the next five years. Subscriptions are expected to grow annually.» Read More
Chet Kanojia, CEO of Aereo, discusses his company's plan to expand its online programming service into Atlanta, despite controversy with television networks over its legality.
It's another case where technology develops faster than a culture's moral framework, CNBC's Steve Liesman says.
Mark Strecker, President and COO of Amobee says mobile is key for advertisers to reach consumers and discusses the various strategies his company uses. Rob Aspin, Head of Equity Investment Strategy at Standard Chartered Bank Wealth Management Group joins in the conversation
Greek state TV and radio went off air Tuesday, after the government said it would temporarily close state-run broadcasts and lay off 2,500 workers.
Consumers are keeping their cable TV subscriptions despite emerging online alternatives, Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman told CNBC.
Twitter Chief Operating Officer Ali Rowghani tells Julia Boorstin says Twitter shines as a complement to live TV.
Pat Esser, Cox Communications president. With Julia Boorstin.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin shares what ESPN President John Skipper said about rising licensing costs, in light of new competition coming from Fox.
What will it take to get Facebook's stock price back up? Larry Fishelson, Dynalink co-founder & CEO, and Chris Dessi, Silverback Social CEO, offer some answers.
CNBC's Jon Fortt breaks down the threats facing the console gaming industry. The games business is projected to grow 6.7 yearly.
Discussing why this is such a critical time for the Turkish government, and whether it's a good time to invest in the country, with Reva Bhalla, Stratfor.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Glenn Britt about the cable television business model, Time Warner's deal with Samsung and how his business is meeting consumer demand.
David Gordon of the Eurasia Group discusses the demonstrations in Turkey, saying "this is not the beginning of a major political collapse and crisis."
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim thinks the central banks' easy money is all good, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses how the Turkish violence might unfold, and the response of Western allies.
Electronic Arts showed off 11 games at its annual pre-E3 press conference, going back to the "Battlefield" and vowing to put its "NBA Live" franchise back in the game.
"It gets you to your content faster, it learns about your behaviors and your preferences. It's easy. It's fun, it's beautiful and the prettiest work we've done," said Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO. Roberts explained how his company's new set-top takes all the "intelligence out of the cable box and puts it in the cloud."
Comcast's new cable operating system will change the way its consumers experience entertainment said Comcast chairman and CEO Brian Roberts.
Microsoft announced Monday that the XBOX One console, unveiled earlier this year at its headquarters, will be available in November and cost $499.
The Koch brothers are looking to add the Los Angeles Times and other Tribune Company newspapers to their portfolio of companies. Reed Hundt, REH Advisors principal and former FCC chairman, discusses with Peter Roff, Institute for Liberty.
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