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Taylor Swift has pulled her entire album catalog from Spotify.
Fan TV, a startup that wanted to make it easier to watch Web video — and conventional TV — on TV sets, looks like it is ready to throw in the towel.
YouTube has partnered with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Legendary Entertainment for a Halloween competition.
Discussing Instagram's business plan around video advertising, with Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, and Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America.
FCC's Tom Wheeler is considering a legal strategy to solve the net neutrality mess, reports re/code.
Hollywood studios will release more comic book movies than ever before in the coming years, and the busy schedule could test superheroes' box office power.
CNBC's David Faber reports Time Warner Cable lost 184,000 household video subscribers in the third quarter.
Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is serious about leveling the playing field between cable companies and Internet-based video providers.
HBO is planning to lay off over 150 employees beginning as early as this week, Variety reports.
The Federal Trade Commission has sued AT&T for allegedly deceptive and unfair data throttling.
Re/code's Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg share yesterday's highlights from the Code Mobile Conference, including Kim Kardashian West's involvement with her game and love for her BlackBerry.
After its big earnings miss and lots of disappointments, Amazon has taken big step into TV, the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Investors are waiting to see if the social giant will report another huge quarter.
Roku is reportedly preparing for an IPO, and Amazon is set to launch its own streaming device called the "Fire Stick." CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the details.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports Melissa Etheridge is experimenting to see if mobile games can be a new way to distribute music.
A judge barred Aereo from transmitting the programs of TV broadcasters as they are being shown, blocking its bid to operate like a cable system.
Kevin Landis, Firsthand Capital Management, discusses his optimistic outlook on Netflix. Look at this great position they've got, says Landis.
Now's a unique opportunity to buy the stock, says Neil Doshi, CRT Capital Group, providing his read on Twitter. Shares are up more than 80% since going public.
Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur, explains why he jumped in and made such a big buy in Netflix.
Discussing smartphone video software, disruption in the video industry and Apple's products, with Cole Rise, Litely CEO.
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