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Legendary Entertainment's digital group launches video-on-demand platform that lets viewers influence the show in real-time.
The image-bookmarking app aims to revolutionize how people discover products and content and how they buy stuff.
Arianna Huffington is launching a start-up called Thrive Global, focused on teaching companies health and wellness principles.
Move over US: China will generate the most box office revenue by next year according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Simmons was courted by everyone from Yahoo to CBS after his abrupt departure from ESPN, he told The Hollywood Reporter.
David Trujillo, partner at TPG, says a drought in the IPO market actually gives his investments a long-term advantage.
A sale of any part of Paramount Pictures would now require the approval of the entire Viacom board — including Sumner Redstone.
BuzzFeed won't be accepting advertising money from the Republican National Committee, citing presumptive nominee Donald Trump as the main reason.
As viewers get sick of traditional 30-second commercials, TV networks have cut commercial ad time but added branded content.
Unlike magazines and newspapers, print comic books are thriving even as publishers push digital comics and all-you-can-eat subscriptions.
Revolutions are ablaze in media and entertainment. CNBC's new digital series "Binge" is about to unpack the drama beneath the massive transition.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the highlights of her conversation with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg at the Code Conference, where they spoke about advertising and competing with Snapchat.
James Spar said Redstone displayed only a "mild degree" of age-related cognitive impairment when he saw the mogul at his home on May 20 and May 24.
EY and PwC analysts say media changes show the industry gets the power of digital, which is good news for revenue.
Yuri Milner, DST Global founder, speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Jon Fortt at the Code Conference about finding "the next Facebook," and where he's looking for game-changing opportunities around the globe.
Viacom's directors will fight any attempt to remove them from the media company's board, Director Fred Salerno said in a letter to shareholders.
A Chinese laundry detergent maker apologized for the harm caused by the spread of an ad in which a black man "washed" by its product.
Univision is adding more English programming to reach Hispanic millennials. That also opens it up for business with mainstream America.
Viacom must find a way to generate the kind of must-see content that viewers flock to on other media properties, says Viacom shareholder Mario Gabelli.
Recode Executive Editor Kara Swisher says she finds billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel's attack on Gawker Media troublesome.
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