HBO Now, the new $15-per-month service, is momentous for Time Warner, as its first direct-to-consumer offering and it's also a key test for the entire cable industry.» Read More
BOSTON, May 12- Investors in some top U.S. media companies have had a rough ride as their shares have lagged the rest of the market. The CEOs of 11 major media companies were given median compensation of $32.9 million for 2014, much higher than any other industry group in the Standard& Poor's 500 index, according to regulatory filings posted in the first four months...
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