Media pundit Michael Wolff says there isn't any real contest between digital and broadcast, because old media has already bested new media.» Read More
This may end up being one of the greatest weekends in sports and entertainment in a long time. Here's a game plan so you don't miss any of it.
LONDON, April 30- Prime Minister David Cameron won the last major TV contest of Britain's election campaign, a snap Guardian/ICM poll showed on Thursday, with 44 percent of viewers saying he had performed best on the night. Conservative Party leader Cameron, up for re-election on Thursday next week, was subjected to 30 minutes of questions from a BBC TV audience.
Sports fans will have a slew of viewing options this weekend, but some events stand to rake in much more cash than others.
Bob Arum, CEO of Top Rank, promotional company for boxers, discusses the sale of tickets for the fight between Pacquiao and Mayweather. He says he is sworn to secrecy in regards to sponsorships and Samsung.
The idea that cable firms can stop the natural trend in customer behavior toward online video is ridiculous, Rob Marcus tells CNBC.
Viacom delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
At the end of the day it's about negotiations, says George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital CEO, weighing in on the big biz of live sports content and Verizon's "skinny bundle" offer.
Major League Baseball is offering today's matchup between the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox as its MLB.TV free game.
Rivers of money are flowing into boxing's biggest bout in years, and it's not just the boxers who will see a windfall.
MEXICO CITY, April 28- Mexican regulators said on Tuesday that broadcaster Televisa has substantial power in 99 municipalities across the country, as a result of its acquisition of Mexican cable company Cablecom last year. Last August Televisa, the world's biggest provider of Spanish-language TV content, purchased Cablecom, which has operations in 16 states...
April 27- ESPN sued Verizon Communications on Monday for breach of contract involving a new pay TV offering, as the cable sports network fired the latest volley in a mounting battle with the telecommunications company. ESPN, a unit of Walt Disney Co, said in a legal document sent to the Supreme Court of New York State that Verizon violated its obligations "under...
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Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, discusses the big changes ahead in online advertising.
There's no way not to have massive consolidation, says Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on Comcast withdrawing its bid for Time Warner Cable, and the outlook on new media.
Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, discusses the economics of producing new original content.
Comcast's Roberts said Friday the media giant had made good case for its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable, but now it's "time to move on."
Neil deGrasse Tyson astrophysicist and "Star Talk" host, discusses his new show about science and space. Also Tyson weighs in on the next scientific frontier.
Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on Verizon's "skinny bundle," and the unbundling of television content.
Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, shares his thoughts on the outlook for broadcasting content and Comcast's key mistake in not giving in to Netflix.
I think wireless makes a lot of sense, says Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, sharing his thoughts on where Comcast to make its next acquisition.