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Philippe Dauman, Viacom president and CEO, talks about why he is optimistic about the future of his business, and praises Twitter and Miley Cyrus.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs has the latest details on Time Warner and IBM's major health care changes. And Bryce Williams, Towers Watson Exchange Solutions, and Rick Newman, Yahoo! Finance, discuss the future of health care.
Advertising rates on network television and for TV show viewing online will soon be the same, "so we won't care where you watch," CBS Chief Leslie Moonves told CNBC on Wednesday.
Leslie Moonves, president and CEO, CBS Corp., says he's very happy with the way things ended up with Time Warner Cable, but at the end of the day, it was important to take a stand for content.
CBS and TWC didn't reveal the terms of their deal, but it definitely offers a host of implications about the value of content.
Stocks closed out a choppy session in the black on the first trading day of September, thanks to a handful of upbeat economic reports, but ongoing worries over Syria kept a lid on gains.
Time Warner Cable was feeling the heat during its CBS blackout, as subscribers await the NFL season. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that we can expect to see more digital alternatives to cable ahead.
Shares of CBS and Time Warner are higher today after settling their month-long broadcasting dispute. Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson, analyzes the agreement.
CBS won large increases in the fees it will receive from Time Warner Cable in its agreement with the cable operator, analysts said.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the deal between CBS and Time Warner Cable, which brought the network back to TWC.
Todd Rethemeier, Hudson Square Research, discusses the Verizon Vodafone deal and whether Verizon is late to the party. Does Vodafone become a takeover target now?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Vodafone shareholders set to receive one of the biggest ever payouts from a corporate asset sale on Tuesday cheered the $130 billion deal the group struck with Verizon, but for some, the agreement presents a conundrum.
CBS announced on Monday that it reached a content carriage agreement with Time Warner Cable, ending a month-long blackout over fee increases.
It's good to be Don Mattingly these days. In June, the Los Angeles Dodgers were nearly 10 games out of first place in their division. Now they're 10 games ahead of any other team.
Jaison Blair, Telsey Advisory Group analyst, discusses what's at stake in the ongoing fee debate between Time Warner Cable and CBS, and the likelihood of the FCC becoming involved in the dispute.
CBS is agreeing to renew its distribution deal with Verizon months before it is set to expire, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Verizon Communications reached an expanded agreement to carry CBS television programming while Time Warner Cable's blackout of CBS content continues.
Robert Armstrong, Financial Times, has the update on the fee feud between CBS and Time Warner, and provides an outlook on the cable industry and the way consumers will eventually receive content. Also a look back at Google as it approaches the ninth anniversary of its IPO.
Local news broadcasts owned by CBS in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas have been hit the hardest while the negotiations between the company and Time Warner Cable remain unresolved. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the details.