Five years ago, Activision created a multi-billion dollar empire with "Skylanders." Now, analysts say the outlook isn't great.
Adobe's new report finds that while watching TV everywhere is increasing, most people are still viewing from their homes.
CNBC visited the offices of Bleacher Report to see how it is shaping sports journalism for the digital age.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including the destruction of one car rental company.
As viewers get sick of traditional 30-second commercials, TV networks have cut commercial ad time but added branded content.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson asks portfolio managers David Pearl, John Maloney and Nick Galluccio about media stocks.
Revolutions are ablaze in media and entertainment. CNBC's new digital series "Binge" is about to unpack the drama beneath the massive transition.
EY and PwC analysts say media changes show the industry gets the power of digital, which is good news for revenue.
CNBC's Mike Santoli explains why the Fed seems intent on raising rates in June. Plus, a pure play on entertainment that may be a takeover target.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Ulta Salon and encourages all to listen to CEO Mary Dillon's conference call.
Recode's Edmund Lee discusses recent reports of Apple's potential interest in buying content companies.
Jim Cramer quickly gives his take on various caller stocks, including this popular play on medical marijuana.
Jim Cramer taught a valuable lesson of how sloppy investors can impact your portfolio.
Jim Cramer warns that investors could be getting sloppy. Is it time to ring the register on some of your positions?
Mad Money host Jim Cramer warns that investors could be getting sloppy. Is it time to ring the register on some of your positions?
Matthew Garrahan, Financial Times global media editor, discusses Apple and weighs in about the tech giant being in the market for a media company.
A top Apple executive reportedly proposed a bid to buy the media group late last year.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A top Apple executive raised the prospect of the iPhone maker buying Time Warner at a meeting with the owner of HBO, CNN and Warner Brothers.
As networks struggle to find shows that click, they're leaning heavily on time travel, TV show reboots and movie-book adaptations.