Thursday Amazon launches its third wave of original pilots: three half-hour comedies and two hour-long dramas with big names attached.» Read More
Robert Downey Jr. rings Tuesday's opening bell to celebrate the release of "Iron Man 3," with the "Squawk on the Street" crew. CNBC''s Bob Pisani speaks with Robert Downey Jr. about the success of the film, and what movie franchises has done for the comic industry.
Analyst expect a expect a 27 percent decline in quarterly revenue for DreamWorks, while IAC's quarterly revenue is to expected to increase by 18 percent.
"Dowton Abbey" producers have been slow at capitalizing on the "Downton" brand. That's all set to change in 2013, the show's executive producer told CNBC.
CNBC's Seema Mody previews earnings for two media giants, DreamWorks and IAC.
Facebook ended the week with a bang, closing 3 percent higher today after Raymond James upgraded the stock. Brian Stutland, Stutland Volatility Group, weighs in.
We're heading into the end of the heavy period of earnings season. Next week more than a quarter of the S&P 500 is set to report, including big names in media.
Mark Wahlberg's dark comedy "Pain & Gain" brought enough box office muscle to knock Tom Cruise out of the No. 1 spot on movie charts in the United States and Canada. "Iron Man 3" hauled in $195.3 million in 42 international markets, distributor Walt Disney Co said, a total that surpassed the international opening of "The Avengers."
Andy Kessler, former Hedge Fund Manager, Author, shares his view on tech stocks now.
Now the novel is dividing the nation's booksellers with dueling paperback editions: the original enigmatic blue cover and a flashy version with Leonardo DiCaprio front and center.
In a wager to revive canceled soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," two Hollywood veterans are taking the 40-year-old dramas online, remaking them for lifelong fans and a younger audience.
An in-depth discussion on Amazon's quarterly results, with RJ Hottovy, Morningstar; Aaron Kessler, Raymond James; and Ben Pace, Deutsche Bank.
A breakdown of Amazon's quarterly results, with RJ Hottovy, Morningstar analyst, and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
After an 11 percent decline in ad revenue, the New York Times CEO outlined his strategy to turn the company into a multi-platform, international content giant.
Once the darling of the online gaming world, the creator of "FarmVille" acknowledges that its daily active users were down the lowest number since the company went public.
In the latest sign that Twitter's advertising business is coming of age, it inked its first multi-year upfront ad commitment with ad giant Publicis' Starcom Media Vest.
The New York Times reveals its new growth strategy, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
A new proposal could put additional revenues in the "Grey Lady's" coffers, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Amazon is reportedly working on an Internet video device, with Ken Sena, analyst at Evercore Partners.
Many think newspapers will be gone in 10 years, but some newspaper stocks are up nearly 50 percent in the past year. Joscelyn Mackay, Morningstar, discusses.
Joshua Sapan, President & CEO at AMC Networks, discusses how the network is profiting from its stable of original hit series, including "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad."
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