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YouTube is looking to beef up its subscription service, called Red, by going after streaming rights to movies and TV shows, the WSJ says.
Pamela Anderson will be the the last person to pose nude for Playboy, ending the magazine's more than 60 year publishing tradition.
MTV just coined another name for the post-millennial generation, and social media users are not happy.
A report says infringed content, malware and fake traffic costs the US media and advertising industry $8.2 billion each year.
A court rejected a request from the former girlfriend of Sumner Redstone for the chairman of Viacom to undergo an immediate medical evaluation.
The Financial Times and its new owner, Japan's Nikkei, is analyzing readership data to develop new tools for readers.
Tribune Publishing on Monday refuted rumors that the company has put itself up for sale.
A U.S. lawsuit raises new questions about the competence of Sumner Redstone and his ability as executive chairman of to run Viacom and CBS.
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The high-profile 2014 hack revealed personal info for tens of thousands and exposed embarrassing email exchanges between actors and executives.
In an effort to make money, brands experiment with all forms of content creation. Here's what the future holds for digital advertising.
The investment would add to Alibaba and its affiliates' growing media empire, the latest in a string of deals in news and advertising.
Companies show support online during times of crisis like the violence in Paris. But, the public is increasingly skeptical of their actions.
Four years is a long time to keep a secret—especially in Hollywood. Charlie Sheen masterfully handled his crisis, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Liberty Media chief John Malone said he wouldn't be surprised to see more media consolidation as global scale becomes important.
Liberty Media on Thursday announced plans to reclassify its common stock into three new tracking stock groups.
With the Internet becoming more visual, brands think this is future of search is being able to identify items in images without words.
It might be a surprise to many, but Sony has finally killed off its analogue video format Betamax.
The owner of Tinder, Match.com and OkCupid is pricing its IPO of about 33.3 million shares between $12 and $14 per share.
Broadcaster lifts initial outlook for 2016 after advertising revenue grew, helped by the Rugby World Cup.