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A closer look at the details behind Dish Network's proposal, which competes with SoftBank's bid to buy Sprint, with CNBC's David Faber.
Chris King, Stifel Nicolaus, says Dish Network's informal bid to acquire Sprint Nextel for $7 per share in a deal worth $25.5 billion could spark a bidding war.
Even the best leaders make big communication mistakes including peppering their pep talks with metrics. YAWN!
Smart leaders may become wise leaders when they have the foresight or courage to make unpopular and counter-intuitive decisions.
After several mishaps with its cruise ships, Carnival hopes Kate Middleton will give its new Princess Cruise division the royal touch.
Sony hopes getting social with its 31 million fans on Facebook and 1.7 million Twitter followers before the November launch of Playstation 4 will build a buzz.
In an exclusive interview, CNBC's David Faber asks CEO John Malone why he believes the current bundling model will not hold up in the long term, and why he can see a time when Netflix develops a wholesale/retail relationship with cable.
Markets are forcing change for cable operators, which may cause the unraveling of cable channel bundling, media titan John Malone told CNBC.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, David Faber talks to Liberty Media Chairman John Malone about his company's plans to expand its presence in cable.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, David Faber talks to Liberty Media Chairman John Malone about its deal to acquire additional shares of Charter Communications.
Nik Powell, director of National Film and Television School, tells CNBC that Hollywood has always adapted to cultural whims, with China being the fastest growing market in the world that they want to be a part of.
Actor & producer Seth Green discusses his investment in new technologies. Audiences want their content when they want it, he says.
Greg Maffei, Liberty Media president & CEO, discusses his new appointment as chairman at Sirius XM Radio and reveals details of Liberty's deal with Charter Communications.
Clarence Tsui, Asia bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter, talks to CNBC about Chinese censorship of foreign films and says film cancellations are "arbitrary."
Direct-TV is set to offer television programming for dogs, reports the "Squawk on the Street" news crew.
Anthony Wood, CEO of Roku, explains why his company provides viewers with a better way to stream programming than his competitors.
Dermott Mullan, head of Activation at MEC Global Solutions, tells CNBC that for the first time advertising investment is mapping much more closely on to the way people are consuming digital media.
Adobe Systems (ADBE) due to announce the launch of Adobe Primetime, a package of tools to transform the way companies distribute TV over the web.
Disney will be laying off about 150 people at its film studio by the end of the week, according to sources close to the situation. The layoffs will be particularly focused on home entertainment as the company adjusts to industry-wide declines in DVD sales.
Fox could become a subscription service that customers would have to pay for if the courts are not able to protect its business from the start-up Aereo, News Corp Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey said Monday.