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With several films featuring obscure superheroes in the pipeline, "Ant-Man" may serve as a bellwether for Marvel.
A U.S. judge ruled that online TV service FilmOn X should be treated like a cable system in order to transmit the programs over the Internet.
Hulu is exploring plans to add an ad-free option to its service for a monthly subscription of about $12-$14, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Outrage by Reddit users that led to the ousting of CEO Ellen Pao shows how it can be a volatile place for brands.
Netflix's revenue growth is all about its overseas growth, Needham & Co. analyst Laura Martin.
Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital analyst, joins Squawk Alley to discuss the power of Netflix and his forecast on growth in the stock.
Neil Young will no longer sell his music to streaming services, and he says quality is the reason why.
She just got nominated (again!) for an Emmy for her role on "The Big Bang Theory." So what's Mayim Bialik reading this summer?
The cable giant's new streaming service may be able to help it rely less on cable profit, increase broadband profit and retain current customers.
Nearly 30 celebrities have called on UK politicians to help preserve one of the country’s national treasures: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
Walt Disney Chairman and CEO, Bob Iger, told CNBC he was “extremely bullish” about China’s long-term prospects.
When Netflix reports quarterly results after the bell Wednesday the most important number to watch is streaming subscribers.
Comcast is now competing with HBO, Showtime, Sony and Dish's Sling TV, all of which will sell you at least one TV channel delivered over the Web.
Diane von Furstenberg will launch a high-tech purse that automatically—and cordlessly—charges smartphones.
The New York Times columnist Nick Bilton wrote about an identity crisis at Twitter and joins Squawk Alley to analyze "what exactly is Twitter?"
Facebook may be seeking licensing deals to add music videos to your feed.
John Malone said that after so many mergers in the content distribution space, consolidation in the content space is inevitable.
Faced with competing against at home entertainment like Netflix, theaters are adapting to provide more of a 'going out' experience.
Posters promoting The Rolling Stones' upcoming exhibition, "Exhibitionism", have been banned on London's transport, because of its artwork.
Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson shares his thoughts on new prospects in old media.