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In the digital era, there's not much left to prop up DVDs, aside from Redbox kiosks.
Traditional publishing on printed media continues to see a decline, according to a top executive at a global information services provider.
A Twitter account apparently run by the office of Iran's Supreme Leader said "arrogant" powers had failed to bring it to its knees.
TV streaming service Aereo filed for bankruptcy protection after a U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the company's model violated copyright laws.
Media-market experts are claiming that the new podcast "Serial" could mark a sea-change in listening and advertising habits.
Despite the availability of smaller screens, people still retain the habit of watching television, says Atul Goyal, Senior Analyst at Jefferies. He later discuses the launch of 4K TV.
CEO Richard Plepler says HBO isn't hastening the demise of cable bundling by offering its content via a standalone streaming service.
The U.N. proclaimed November 21 as "World Television day" in 1966. Since then, TV remained a powerful tool although the rise of smartphones has threatened its popularity as of late. CNBC's Pauline Chiou investigates.
Nielsen's measurement of online streaming may help companies evaluate licensing of shows and see how many people still watch on TVs.
Former FCC chairman Reed Hundt supports regulating the internet like a public utility and sees it as a common medium of communication as the telephone once was.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone talks net neutrality, paying for Internet capacity and antitrust in the cable industry.
Nielsen is going to start tracing viewership on Netflix. Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners, discusses what's behind the move and how it will impact Netflix.
Discussing Facebook's ad platform, Nate Elliott, Forrester, shares his thoughts on whether brands are getting the return they're looking for from the social network.
As the famous cartoon mouse's first appearance marks its 86th anniversary, Disney shares have a market cap of about $153 billion.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen, Morgan Brennan and Jon Fortt, look at today's "Power Lunch" stories, including reports of Facebook rolling out a professional site, and Barry Diller's Manhattan pier plans.
Uber has unveiled a new feature that will enable passengers to listen to their own Spotify playlists as they travel.
Facebook is piloting an enterprise solution that helps employees collaborate, sources tell CNBC.
Sam Jacobs, Time Magazine, and Chris Farley, WSJ senior editor, weigh in on how 24-year old music mogul Taylor Swift is changing the way musicians are paid for streaming.
Within a few days of President Obama asking that Internet be regulated as public utility, a few new high-profile opponents emerged.