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Matt Rennie, managing director at The Box Plus Network, explains why music channels are still a "healthy business" despite a shift towards streaming.
On National Streaming Day, Anthony Wood, Roku founder and CEO, discusses the growing amounts of content for online streaming services.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports from Spotify's "We've got some news" event, where the music website is launching video content.
Google is allowing tweets to appear in its mobile search results, benefiting companies and users alike.
Fresh off its latest $11 billion valuation, Pinterest is unveiling more advertising options to attract marketer dollars.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and PCMag.com editor-in-chief Dan Costa talk about why Apple may not want to sell its own 4K TV set.
A new Park Associates survey reveals one in 10 US households share a streaming account for which they do not pay.
Facebook's future will depend on increasing ad revenue and turning its big acquisitions into profits.
Admit it: Business meetings are pretty dour, save a few notable events. The upfronts and digital newfronts are one of those spectacles.
If you missed this year's upfront presentations, here are some key takeaways.
TiVo is developing a legal version of Aereo with more details coming this summer, according to Multichannel News.
Aspect Ventures, which completed a first funding of a $150 million, aims at bringing diversity to Silicon Valley.
Dish Network's controversial bids in a recent wireless spectrum auction are a net positive for American taxpayers, Charlie Ergen tells CNBC.
Square is expanding the array of services it offers to small businesses in order to support different aspects of their growth.
Cablevision is planning to pull out of the auction process for the New York Daily News after spending hundreds of hours analyzing a potential deal.
Facebook will host content from news publishers on its mobile app, allowing users to read articles without having to click to another website.
Free from ESPN, marquee sports columnist Bill Simmons may be best not to tether himself to one company next time, say experts.
AOL decided to sell to Verizon in order to compete in a future marketplace dominated by larger players, CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
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Verizon's $4.4 billion deal to acquire AOL is the latest entry in the 25-year history of a company that changed the way people access the Internet.