CBS CEO Les Moovnes speaks at the Code Conference, about the Charter-Time Warner Cable deal, CBS All Access and whether they would be interested in the broadcast rights to FIFA.» Read More
May 14- Madison Avenue executives will bring a tough message when they sit down with broadcasters during their annual spring bargaining sessions over the next few weeks. The need for flexibility- to place an ad on the fly, not months in advance- is driving advertisers to carve more money from upfront television budgets and direct it to online, mobile and social...
Dish Network Chairman & CEO Charlie Ergen, responds to criticism after his company acquired spectrum for mobile services for $13.3 billion.
Dish Network Chairman & CEO Charlie Ergen, discusses the deal between AT&T and DirecTV, and the performance of Sling TV so far.
The voice of Mr. Burns says he's leaving "The Simpsons."
Walt Disney Co's ESPN has sued to stop Verizon Communications from making its sports channel part of an add-on option for customers of its new Custom TV package, a legal fight that has been the talk of industry conferences and discussions with investors and analysts. Distributors see slimmer plans as a lifeline to a generation that watches online services...
David Bank, RBC Capital Markets, and Brian Steinberg, Variety senior TV editor, discuss whether this year's digital viewing begins to eat into television advertising dollars.
David Bank, RBC Capital Markets, and Brian Steinberg, Variety senior TV editor, discuss the likely drivers behind Verizon buying AOL, and other mergers in the media space.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses AOL's content strategy with Verizon. Also Armstrong weighs in on why there was interest from other companies in acquiring AOL.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses the future of mobile advertising, and how the deal between Verizon and AOL came about.
Anthony DiClemente, Nomura managing director, discusses Netflix's influence in changing the way content is consumed and produced. Also DiClemente shares his outlook on the stock.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses the synergies between AOL and Verizon.
We are going to do a lot of meaningful things, says Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, discusses details of Verizon buying AOL for $4.4 billion.
Jarrod Moses, United Entertainment Group, and Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group, discuss the staying power of upfront announcements.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at how digital viewing is impacting ad buying for broadcast and cable industries.
Television viewing has plummeted 9 percent so far this season compared with the previous season, the NYT reports.
Will digital viewing start to eat up television advertising dollars? CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look.
It dates back to the seventh century, but today Byfleet Manor is better known as the home of the Dowager Duchess in “Downton Abbey.” It's gone on sale for $6.12 million.
Fox is lowering the curtain on "American Idol," ending a series that dominated television throughout the 2000s.
Dish Network's revenue is up despite an ongoing loss of subscribers.
Fullscreen is disrupting the media content world.