Documentarian Ken Burns, discusses the recently released "Ken Burns" iPad app which curates all of his films into easily digestible thematic playlists. Burns also discusses his new film, "The Address."» Read More
CNBC's Jane Wells interviews Jordan Belfort, the real "Wolf of Wall Street." Belfort describes his con and how he manipulated his own brokers.
Long before Leonardo DiCaprio recreated the debauchery of the ‘90s for the film "The Wolf of Wall Street," CNBC profiled the man behind the story.
Chad Benyon, Macquarie analyst, discusses AMC Entertainment's IPO and how movie theaters operate. Benyon also reveals his favorite picks in the entertainment space.
Gerardo Lopez, AMC Entertainment CEO & president, discusses his company's public debut, as the second largest movie theater chain opens for trading on the NYSE under the symbol "AMC." We think the company is positioned just right and we decided to take advantage of this market, says Lopez.
AMC will begin trading today and the "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses the entertainment company's IPO. AMC's story is strong and could have a good yield, Cramer says.
The creator behind the hit TV series "The Walking Dead" is suing the cable network AMC claiming that he was cheated out of profits.
AMC Theaters is making its public debut today and will use part of the money to upgrade older theaters with new leather reclining seats, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
AMC Entertainment reached out to the 2.5 million members of its loyalty program offering them an opportunity to buy into the IPO, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
When AMC Entertainment hits the open market, should you buy? David Menlow, IPOFinancial.com president says he likes this deal. The "Closing Bell" panel, weighs in.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on AMC theaters upcoming IPO and the challenges the entertainment company are facing.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a look at whether the entertainment company's initial public offering will likely appeal to moviegoers and deliver a blockbuster opening.
Tom Barrack, Colony Capital founder, chairman and CEO, provides perspective on his production partnership with Miramax and the Weinstein Group. "The movie business is disintermediating everywhere," he says.
AMC Entertainment is coming public next week. Mad Money host Jim Cramer says AMC Entertainment has a keen understand of what it takes to win in the theater business.
"Sharknado" actor Ian Ziering says actors in unions need to make so much per year to qualify for specific health insurance. He says he signed onto "Sharknado" to keep his insurance.
Brent Lang, senior film writer at TheWrap, describes the holiday season as "the most important box office time of the year" and forecasts which movies are likely to have large debuts.
Jane Crowther, editor-in-chief at Total Film, discusses the season's top movies and how film studios are profiting from the Christmas period.
Consumers are increasingly buying digital movies from pay TV companies, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Shekhar Kapur, Indian film director, producer and actor, discusses the state of film-making and how Mandela will be remembered in India.
Shekhar Kapur, Indian film director, producer and actor, discusses his former plans on making a film about Nelson Mandela's autobiography, "Long Walk to Freedom."
CNBC's Herb Greenberg discusses AMC's decision to ask "loyal customers" to help with its IPO.
Sirius and Charter might have been partners in broadband domination, but they look better apart without a cable deal.
Regulators say "Hunger Games" maker engaged in a series of transactions in 2010 without properly explaining the maneuver to investors.
Netflix is betting on international expansion to keep its numbers up. The next stop is Europe.
March 14- Latino-focused cable network NuvoTV has made an offer to buy Madison Square Garden Co's Fuse TV for more than $200 million in cash and stock, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
SHANGHAI, March 14- Waning popularity and a wounded reputation are likely to dull the edge of China's consumer day TV expose when it airs on Saturday, offering some relief for companies that have in the past taken pains to avoid any fallout from the once-a-year show.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will get a Miami television station as it breaks long-standing ties with the former Washington Post Co.