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  • North Koreans deny involvement in Sony hack  Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 7:53 AM ET

    President Obama said the U.S. will respond proportionally to North Korea regarding the hack on Sony. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the North Koreans are denying any involvement in the hack attack.

  • Sony hack smells like vandalism: Expert  Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 6:53 AM ET

    Udi Mokady, CyberArk President & CEO, discusses the vulnerability of U.S. corporations to cyberattacks, and warning signs companies can pay attention to in order to prevent a hack.

  • What happens with 'The Interview' now?  Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 6:28 AM ET

    Discussing what could happen with the digital distribution for Sony's "The Interview" movie now after the hack, with David Bank, RBC media analyst, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Media analyst: CBS wins content 2015  Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 6:25 AM ET

    Looking ahead to 2015 for the best and worst positioned media players, with David Bank, RBC media analyst, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Will old media embrace cord cutting in 2015?  Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 6:22 AM ET

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin shares her predictions for the media industry in the New Year, including old media embracing more cord cutting.

  • NKorean cinema: Kidnappings and evil Americans Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 1:31 AM ET

    SEOUL, South Korea— North Korea hates the currently scrapped Hollywood film that revolves around the assassination of its beloved leader, but the country has had a long love affair with cinema— of its own particular styling. In the six decades since North Korea began to cultivate its own film industry, a South Korean director and his movie star wife have been...

  • US mulls putting NKorea on terrorism sponsor list Sunday, 21 Dec 2014 | 7:25 AM ET

    HONOLULU— President Barack Obama says the United States is reviewing whether to put North Korea back on its list of state sponsors of terrorism as Washington decides how to respond to what he calls an "act of cybervandalism," not one of war, against a movie company. North Korea has reacted angrily to Obama's comments blaming it for the hacking of Sony, warning of...

  • Sony saga blends foreign intrigue, star wattage Saturday, 20 Dec 2014 | 12:43 AM ET

    WASHINGTON— President Barack Obama declared that Sony "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader, and he pledged the U.S. would respond "in a place and manner and time that we choose" to the hacking attack on Sony that led to the withdrawal. Sony said it had had no choice but to cancel distribution of the movie since...

  • But while Obama got laughs in Washington, Oscar winners George Clooney and Sean Penn launched broadsides against Sony and Hollywood studios' response to the hack. Sony has said it could not release the film on its set date of Dec. 25 after cinemas said they would not show it because of fears of unspecified threats from hackers. Clooney, whose past two films for which...

  • LOS ANGELES, Dec 19- Sony Pictures Entertainment chief executive and chairman Michael Lynton said on Friday that the Hollywood studio did not make a mistake in pulling satirical film "The Interview" after a cyberattack blamed on North Korea. Earlier on Friday, Obama said Sony should have released the film and not bowed to pressure from hackers.

  • Sony on shelving 'The Interview': 'We had no choice' Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 4:21 PM ET

    Obama said during a press conference Friday that Sony "made a mistake" in dropping "The Interview." This was their decision, " Sony said in a statement. Sony insists it has only cancelled the Christmas Day release and that it has been "actively surveying alternatives" to release the film on a different platform.

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 19- President Barack Obama vowed on Friday to respond to a devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures that he blamed on North Korea, and scolded the Hollywood studio for caving in to what he described as a dictator trying to impose censorship in the United States. Obama said the cyberattack "caused a lot of damage" to Sony but that the company should...

  • LOS ANGELES, Dec 19- Sony Pictures Entertainment chief executive and chairman Michael Lynton said on Friday that the Hollywood studio did not make a mistake in pulling satirical film "The Interview" after a cyberattack blamed on North Korea.

  • Celebrities react to latest Sony hack developments Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 3:40 PM ET

    Latest reaction from Hollywood and beyond to the Sony hacking scandal and President Obama' s remarks Friday that the studio "made a mistake" in not releasing its embattled film "The Interview":. We stand by our director members Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and hope that a way can be found to distribute the film by some means, to demonstrate that our industry is not...

  • The destructive nature of the attack, and threats from the hackers that led the Hollywood studio to pull a comedy movie depicting the assassination of North Korea's leader, set it apart from previous cyber intrusions, the FBI said. "As a result of our investigation, and in close collaboration with other U.S. government departments and agencies, the FBI now has...

  • President Obama: We will respond to N. Korean hack  Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 2:06 PM ET

    President Obama says he finds it interesting the North Korean government attacked Sony regarding a satirical movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco. He says the U.S. will respond.

  • President Obama shares his reaction to Sony's decision to pull its movie "The Interview" in the wake of hack attacks from North Korea.

  • Obama says North Korea hacked Sony, vows response Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 11:53 AM ET

    WASHINGTON— President Barack Obama declared Friday that Sony "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader, and he pledged the U.S. would respond "in a place and manner and time that we choose" to the hacking attack on Sony that led to the withdrawal. Sony said it had had no choice but to cancel distribution of the movie...

  • FBI: North Korea Gov't behind Sony attack  Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 11:45 AM ET

    The FBI have stated that North Korea's government is responsible for the Sony attack. Neil Ashdown, deputy head of Asia analysis at IHS, weighs in, saying that it's difficult to "definitively attribute" a hacking attack to a particular group or state.

  • Saving Atlantic City: Steve Schirripa  Friday, 19 Dec 2014 | 6:53 AM ET

    Actor Steve Schirripa, shares his thoughts on Sony's decision to pull the plug on "The Interview." And Schirripa weighs in on how to revitalize Atlantic City. Make it a city instead of a slum with casinos, says Schirripa.

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    Washington is scrutinizing the "blackout rule" that restricts broadcasts for NFL games that fail to sell out.

  • A look at the massive hack attack at Sony and the nastiness it revealed, with The New Yorker's Ken Auletta. It becomes a real business changer for a lot of people in Hollywood, says Auletta.

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