DFX founder Tom Smith, discusses the new reality series "Does Someone Have to Go?" premiering on CNBC tonight. Smith discusses how the show helped solve internal squabbles.» Read More
Comcast is testing new ad technology that inserts up-to-date commercials into past episodes of TV shows that are available on demand.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla discuss Katie Couric's move to Yahoo as a global news anchor, and what it means to the future of cable television.
CNBC contributor Jon Steinberg says Twitter and Facebook want to be the place where users go to get their news.
Charter Communications is nearing an agreement with banks to raise funds for a bid for Time Warner Cable, according to a report.
Billionaire value investor Mario Gabelli told CNBC Thursday that he sees big opportunities in media stocks, specifically Time Warner, News Corp, Viacom, and Discovery.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson explains how he turned his life around after bankruptcy, prison and drug addiction.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht looks to a renewed focus on original content at his premium channel.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht says his company his open to anything that will bring long-term shareholder value.
Starz plans to produce 50 hours of original programming in 2014. Its CEO Chris Albrecht discusses demographic opportunities, and the company's efforts to boost its original programming.
Filmmaker Ken Burns says that though new platforms have increased accessibility to his work, public television is still his No. 1 distribution source.
Spreecast co-founder and CEO Jeff Fluhr, discusses his company's focus on media and education, as well as how Spreecast differs from Ustream.
Software maker Intuit launched a competition to showcase small businesses. "The Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic shares the 4 top small business finalists who will have a chance at winning a fully paid and produced 30-second commercial during the 2014 Super Bowl.
BT has defended its lavish spending on exclusive soccer rights to show prime European soccer games, telling CNBC that it did not overpay.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports CBS' publisher Simon and Schuster has withdrawn from publication and sale of all formats of book "The Embassy House."
BuzzFeed president Jon Steinberg, discusses Netflix and the value of content. The creators of content all need to go over the top, he says.
Time Warner reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, yet revenue checked in light.
Chipmaker Intel is having second thoughts about its nascent TV service and is in talks with Verizon to take over the business, according to a report.
Comcast posted a drop in earnings that was milder than expected as its NBCUniversal media subsidiary overcame the absence of Olympics programming.
Better-than-expected earnings from Netflix pushed shares higher, but shares fell on profit taking. Investors became worried because of CEO Hastings' concern for the overheated stock, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
CNBC's Sue Herera and Brian Blair, Wedge Partners, talk about the significance of 4K TV and how it factors into Apple's future.