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Traders are eager to hear from the media titans this week. But will they say what the Street wants to hear?
Viacom kicks off a barrage of media giant earnings when it reports before the bell Tuesday morning.
It's been a major media Monday -- Wall Street analysts have been upgrading media conglomerates left and right. The stocks have been benefiting, gaining more today than the major indices.
As much as I considered submitting only one nomination—the Heene family—I decided that they shouldn't stand alone. In fact, I'm a pretty lousy parent myself sometimes. So here's a broader look at this week's shameful activity as it relates to money. Vote for your favorite at the bottom.
The TLC network says it's suing Jon Gosselin for breaching his contract as star of the reality show "Jon & Kate Plus 8."
In an innovative push to protect cable subscription revenue Time Warner Cable has rallied content providers to launch a password-protected online access system for subscribers.
Cox Communications has made it no secret that it's open to selling a majority stake in Travel Channel Media and my sources tell me bids for the cable channel are due tomorrow.
Discovery Communications this morning reported that its earnings from continuing operations doubled from the year-ago quarter to 32 cents a share. Including a net tax gain of $46 million from selling half of Discovery Kids, earnings per share quadrupled.
Doug Creutz of Cowen & Company and David Joyce at Miller Tabak offered CNBC their investment advice.
Lance Armstrong will be back to the Tour De France in 2010 and moments ago, it was announced that he’ll be back with a new primary sponsor in RadioShack to form a new team.
While the surge in tech and financials grab the headlines, a rather profound rally has occurred in media land. Look no further than stocks like Disney, CBS and Discovery Communications, which have posted respective gains of 31%, 28% and 35% over the last three months.
It's hard to walk away from a gold mine, but Discovery Communications' TLC is doing just that. After more than ten million viewers tuned in this week to learn that Jon & Kate Gosselin were divorcing, the show is going on hiatus until August, following a retrospective next week. How long have the Gosselins been estranged? What did TLC know and when did it know it?
The Lightning Round is extended in this CNBC.com exclusive feature.
Cities across the U.S. have recently seen a spike in bike commuters, and businesses from New York to San Francisco are taking notice.
Earth Day isn't just about environmentalism, it's also about leveraging consumers interest in green to make some serious green. Envrionmentally-oriented programming is generally a double win for media companies: people are increasingly interested in nature (and respecting the world around them) and it's a great boost for corporate image.
There’s lots to talk about at Disney’s shareholders’ meeting on Tuesday, but at the top of the list will be the steep decline in share price.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of JPMorgan and General Motors popped while Deere and Allstate dropped.
Stocks declined Wednesday as a late warning from President Obama about stricter oversight for Wall Street knocked major indexes off their highs for the day.
US stocks looked set to give back some the gains from the previous session at the open Wednesday, after Federal Reserve Chief Ben Bernanke soothed investors by stepping back from bank nationalization plans and saying the recession may end this year.
Disney, Time Warner and News Corp all report earnings this week. What’s the media trade?