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Here are 10 troubling similarities between the mortgage market in 2008 and the advertising market in 2016, explains Optimal.com CEO Rob Leathern.
Donald Trump is exploring a media conglomerate to monetize his frequent appearances in the press, sources told Vanity Fair.
Sumner Redstone said he "no longer trusts" Viacom's board or CEO Philippe Dauman to act in the media company's best interests.
Prince William has been photographed for Attitude and is the first member of the royal family to appear on the cover of a LGBT+ publication.
Gawker's Nick Denton says he's gotten a letter from Hulk Hogan's lawyer on behalf of a hair restoration expert concerning an article about Trump's do.
Adobe's new report finds that while watching TV everywhere is increasing, most people are still viewing from their homes.
Regardless if Gawker Media folds or is bought by Ziff Davis, its legacy has made a mark on digital media.
Gawker Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York on Friday.
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.
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