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Shares of Disney rose on Wednesday after its investment in BamTech, however, one expert says it faces the same challenges as Apple.
Jim Cramer said that Disney's deal shows a "foot race" between new initiatives and the decline in traditional linear TV.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says Zika hasn't impacted bookings on its theme parks, which he says are doing well domestically.
Disney acquired a 33 percent stake in the technology company, allowing it to create a new standalone, cable-free ESPN service.
Disney is expected to have higher EPS and revenue despite concerns over box office sales and ESPN's cable future.
Facebook says it's overriding ad blockers and giving consumers control over what kind of ads they see.
Live Nation and HBO are joining forces to deliver a "live concert experience" in North America, using the music from Game of Thrones.
Hulu is taking a final step away from its roots in free content and embracing a future that's all about paid subscriptions.
Media companies are finding increasing the number of digital media ads brings in revenue, but it's turning off users.
Olympic fans are continuously posting on their social media accounts, but Facebook is getting the most out of the games.
Not even "Hamilton" can keep up with these numbers.
Morris Mark, president of Mark Asset Management, is telling investors to buy into media companies, specifically China's Tencent.
Gawker founder and CEO Nick Denton tells CNBC he's looking to get the best price possible for his company.
Digital media company Ozy Media, which will get its first show on PBS, wants to be the news, arts and culture source for millennials.
This quarter's earnings show, more than ever, how small businesses are a huge piece of Facebook's future.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says an uptick in ad sales and the lowest net loss of video customers in a decade are good signs for TV.
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