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Vivendi is looking at a possible acquisition of pay-TV group Sky, as one of several options to expand the reach of its own TV group Canal Plus.
Square set to create a direct marketing service for small businesses, called Square Marketing.
Cablevision Systems is planning to make an offer for the New York Daily News as early as this week, valuing the troubled tabloid at just $1.
Comcast will form a new strategic company to invest $4.1 billion in growth-oriented companies in the United States and abroad, the company announced Tuesday.
Charter Communications has agreed to acquire Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion.
Many Silicon Valley venture capital firms have no women at the highest level, reports Julia Boorstin.
Vice is well equipped to start covering daily news for HBO, its CEO Shane Smith said, touting his company's different approach to news.
Vice and HBO are announcing the most expansive content deal for either company.
Twitter is launching its live-video streaming app out of beta, pitting it against Meerkat in this space.
The company announced an expansion of its Messenger app, called Messenger Platform, for partners and businesses to build on top of it.
Incoming CEO Charlie Ergen says Dish Network isn't in any rush to unload the vast amounts of broadcast spectrum it has amassed since 2008.
Taylor Swift may have ditched Spotify, but that doesn't mean she's dropped streaming. Swift's music is now streaming on Jay Z's service, Tidal.
The U.K.’s national broadcaster said on Wednesday it would be letting go the host of “Top Gear,” one its most profitable shows, following a “fracas."
As more players join the online streaming field, companies like Netflix and Hulu find themselves in a new role, the NYT reports.
For the first time Facebook's developer conference will be two days instead of one, with more than 2,000 developers coming in from around the world.
The story of the television bundle has CNBC's Jim Cramer hooked. "This is such a great story," he said.
Facebook wants to turn news content into native Facebook posts, according to The New York Times.
Industry insiders and attorneys are mixed on whether Ellen Pao's lawsuit will have a chilling effect on hiring women in Silicon Valley.
Animal rights group, PETA, has uploaded video footage of "inexcusable treatment" towards owls at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
Google wants to track television commercials the same way it tracks Web ads, and that's big news for the advertising industry.