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Early Christmas box office results are in and it looks like yesterday was a big one. Paul Dergarabedian, Hollywood.com, weighs in.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a close look at what investors can expect from the media industry in 2013.
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App-makers are pulling out all the stops this Christmas season. Here are some of Julia Boorstin's favorites.
Some people think Friday will be Judgment Day, so now is a good time for them to look into products for Saturday. CNBC.com presents 10 products for doomsday preppers to keep in their bug-out bags.
Amazon is investing in original shows with six comedy pilots for its Amazon Instant Video streaming service.
The Mad Money crew piece together the best sound bites from this week's shows, including host Jim Cramer's stylish sweater from Gap in which he says he looks like Jimmy Carter, and why his index finger was in pain during the tapings.
Bilbo Baggins is under a lot of pressure. Not only does he have to free a dwarf kingdom, but MGM is counting on him to pave the way for its IPO.
On Wednesday, Coinstar revealed details of its Redbox movie-streaming service. The direct attack on Netflix sent Coinstar up as much as 4 percent, while Netflix shares traded nearly 8 percent higher.
Telemundo is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Emilio Romano, Telemundo Media president, discusses the unveiling of the company's new logo, and recent growth.
Fifteen years after opening on Broadway, Disney's stage version of "The Lion King" is the highest-grossing musical in history. Director Julie Taymor describes bringing the story from screen to stage.
The band's 50-year anniversary tour comes with steep ticket prices. See what these prices would have bought in 1962.
Disney and Netflix are in a content-streaming deal, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Securing the rights to first-run Disney movies starting in 2016 is a big deal for Netflix — it sent Netflix shares soaring. It's the first time the streaming video service has acquired the rights to a major studio films in the 'premium TV' window, beating HBO, Showtime and Starz.
Netflix shares skyrocketed on Tuesday after the streaming video service announced it scored an exclusive deal with Disney.
The deal between Netflix and Disney does not kick in until 2016, but Netflix's stock is on fire today. Porter Bibb, MediaTech Capital Partners; Jay Yarrow, Business Insider; and CNBC's Julia Boorstin, provide perspective.
Netflix has scored big movie rights with Disney. CNCB's Julia Boorstin reports the details.
Netflix will be the exclusive U.S. subscription TV service for Disney's first-run content, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Research released on Thursday suggests when it comes to choosing job candidates, employers place a heavy emphasis on finding people who are similar to them.
What really happens on the set of Mad Money? Cameras were rolling as Jim Cramer and the gang stuttered, stumbled and otherwise fumbled the ball during the taping of the show this week.
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