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TOKYO, Feb 6- Sony Corp stepped up efforts to turn around its unprofitable electronics operations, quitting the personal computers business and splitting its TV division into a separate unit as it warned it expects steep losses this year.
For the first time, Time Warner has disclosed HBO's financial performance—showing how much further Netflix has to go.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports CBS will televise Thursday night football games during the 2014 season.
Sony's plans to quit making personal computers after years of losses focus a spotlight on how it intends to fix its flagship TV division.
Disney has a reputation for beating expectations, and Wall Street is expecting an impressive quarter when earnings are announced after the closing bell.
Feb 4- Gannett Co, which owns the largest newspaper chain in the United States, reported lower quarterly revenue and profit on Tuesday but said its television revenues were expected to jump 100 percent this quarter following its acquisition of Belo.
Miles Nadal, Chairman & CEO of MDC Partners, provides his thoughts on whether U2's commercial scored with viewers during last night's Super Bowl game.
Miles Nadal, Chairman & CEO of MDC Partners, provides his thoughts on the demographics watching the ads during the Super Bowl this year. It was more popular with social media than even the election, says Nadal.
Miles Nadal, Chairman & CEO of MDC Partners, provides his thoughts on which ads scored big during last night's game. The Clydesdale ads have always been popular, says Nadal.
CNBC's Andrea Day reports how organized crime is trying to get a piece of the Super Bowl profits with counterfeit goods.
Bob Kraft, CEO of the Kraft Group, as well as NFL Broadcast chairman and owner of the New England Patriots, sharing his views on unemployment and economic growth. "A lot of people have left the labor force, and they're our fans," he said.
Kraft Group CEO, NFL Broadcast Chairman and New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft discusses "NFL Now" and Jonathan Kraft's involvement.
BBDO Worldwide CEO Andrew Robertson provides insight on the success of ads during Super Bowl for brands, as well as the impact of Twitter.
Discussing the excitement and security efforts surrounding the Super Bowl with New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, Giants co-owner Jonathan Tisch, and Al Kelly, CEO of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports from East Rutherford, New Jersey, where the security efforts for this year's Super Bowl are underway.
The NFL is expanding its digital offerings with a new personalized video service called "NFL Now." Brian Rolapp, NFL Media COO, discusses the service, and why the league still "believes in television" as well.
Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Robert Marcus discusses the offer from Charter Communications.
Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Robert Marcus says his company has "entered 2014 with a great deal of momentum." He discusses subscriber profitability.
Despite recent studies raising questions about Facebook’s longevity, the social giant is on track to report a stellar quarter.
In the auction, TV stations would voluntarily give up control of low-frequency airwaves so that they can be sold to wireless providers such as AT&T Inc or T-Mobile US.