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TV show "Empire" creator Brian Grazer discusses working in television versus film.
The hit TV show creator Brian Grazer discussed what's changing in television distribution channels.
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.
Tivo reports record Q1 service and technology growth.
Charter Communications reached a deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $78 million. Tuna Amobi, Standard & Poor's analyst, and Todd Mitchell, Brean Capital, discuss the future of cable M&A.
Charter Communications' acquisition of TWC, Bright House Networks may be about upping broadband services, given digital viewership trends.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses Apple's potential TV service, tough love for Twitter from investor Chris Sacca, and Elizabeth Warren at the Code Conference next week.
Playboy on Thursday officially launched its completely safe-for-work mobile app Playboy NOW, part of a strategy to make more mainstream content.
Rob Burnett, "Late Show" executive producer, shares memories of his favorite Letterman moments, and plans after the show.
Rob Burnett, "Late Show" executive producer, and Worldwide Pants CEO, discusses changes he's seen over the years in late night television. Technology has changed things, it's about the highlights now, says Burnett.
Amanda Pelman, chair of Australia's Eurovision Jury, discusses whether Australia's Guy Sebastian could win the annual competition. She adds that the Eurovision Song Contest is seeing more diverse and professional talents.
As David Letterman says good-bye on air, today's top 10 Market Cap Companies that did not exist as publicly traded companies when he debuted on February 1, 1982.
On National Streaming Day, Anthony Wood, Roku founder and CEO, discusses the growing amounts of content for online streaming services.
Apple IS going into the TV business, despite claims in a WSJ article to the contrary, Michael Yoshikami says. However, it may not be an actual TV.
May 19- Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn and Brett Icahn, his son and portfolio manager, on Tuesday stuck to their views that Apple Inc would introduce a television set and a car. Brett Icahn said: "We believe they're going to do a car. Carl Icahn owned about 53 million Apple shares at the end of the first quarter, according to a Securities and Exchange...
Apple has reportedly scrapped plans to develop a TV set, but all evidence was to the contrary, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster tells CNBC.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple scrapped its plans for an ultra-high definition television set more than a year ago.
Randall Stephenson, AT&T CEO, discusses the acquisition of DirecTV, net neutrality rules, and the impact of bundling on the industry.
AT&T chief Randall Stephenson says the new FCC net-neutrality rules will be changed by the courts or Congress.
Here's how Turner Broadcasting managed to keep Charles Barkley on board, USA Today reports.