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U.K. telecoms giant has been ordered by the country's communications watchdog to open its cable network to rivals.
If you want to see the impact that digital technology is having on traditional media, look no further than sports.
Instagram just hit a major milestone: It now has more than 200,000 monthly active advertisers paying to reach its 400-million-plus active users.
Tribune Publishing is replacing Jack Griffin as CEO less than two years after he joined the company.
Sumner Redstone was under "undue influence" from people around him, his ex-girlfriend argued in a court filing on Thursday.
ESPN President John Skipper addressed concerns about the strength of the TV bundle, declaring ESPN's business as strong as ever.
A year after it debuted ads, sources say Snapchat has slashed prices in order to make up for problems with its advertising model.
Thanks to facial recognition technology and biometric data sensors, brands are using your emotions to make ads.
It looks like the beating media stocks took last week may have been unfair.
"Our career is going to explode off of this," supermodel Hailey Clauson said.
Apple's first original show, "Vital Signs," will star rapper and Beats Electronics co-founder Dr. Dre.
Twitter's all about moments. Its upcoming earnings report is the company's moment to showcase progress beyond user growth.
Twitter announces a move to "make it easier and faster for people to catch up on what's happening right now."
When does Twitter cry uncle and throw in the towel on attempting to jump start what has been non-existent user growth on its platform?
The amount of money Philippe Dauman has earned at the helm of the media giant is a lot higher than some reports suggest.
Brands were reportedly shelling out $5 million for 30 seconds’ exposure during CBS’ Super Bowl 50 and movie studios were there fighting to be heard.
One of the most talked about ad campaigns on Twitter was a company that opted not to advertise during the Super Bowl.
Why a Wall Street darling has taken such a dramatic tumble.
Viacom is facing big questions about whether its board made the right decision about its leadership as 92-year-old Sumner Redstone steps down as chairman.
Viacom names Philippe Dauman executive chairman, replacing the ailing Sumner Redstone after three decades at the helm of the media company.
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