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Dolph Lundgren, action movie star from "The Expendables," discusses the new TV show he's hosting, "Race to the Scene," and how he invests his money.
Avi Cohen, LiveU COO & co-founder, explains how his company is changing the television business by broadcasting anywhere.
China will be the biggest market for movies in under five years, according to Jeffrey Katzenberg the CEO of DreamWorks, the largest maker of animation movies in the world.
This weekend 20th Century Fox is opening a movie all about working at the search giant, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
A revealing look into the personal lives of two of the world's greatest 20th century authors, with CNBC's Robert Frank.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, talks about the Chinese film market, its "explosive" growth and how it will beat Hollywood in four years.
Former media mogul Conrad Black told CNBC the U.S. remains a great country despite his feelings about being incarcerated and that newspapers can survive.
Looks like a few of the folks who got laid off at Zynga earlier this week are coping with the breakup by venting about it on Reddit.
Apple's court battle with the Department of Justice may not have much effect on e-book costs. Prices were already dropping.
Actor Steve Martin is listing his villa in the posh Caribbean island of St. Barts for 8.75 million euros, or about $11.4 million. If he gets what he's asking, he'll score a nice profit on its sale.
Kid programming is becoming the new battle ground in the war for the future of television, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
France's culture minister has attacked Amazon, the online retailer, for deliberately undercutting traditional rivals to create a "quasi-monopoly", the FT reports.
Guy Oseary, Madonna's manager and a tech investor, tells CNBC's Julia Boorstin his way of finding "the next big thing" among start-ups.
A Justice Department lawyer opened a New York trial by telling a judge Monday that Apple's e-book pricing scheme cost U.S. consumers hundreds of millions of dollars.
The boss of UltimatePoker.com—the first legal, real-money poker site in the U.S.—told CNBC that users can only play in one state right now but not for long.
Fanhattan, a company known for its app for navigating content options, just unveiled a new remote control and a new way to search video content options on your TV.
In an exclusive interview, CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks with Michael Burns, Lionsgate Films vice chairman about the studio's earnings beat and the upcoming sequel to "Hunger Games." "It's all about content," Burns says.
Jon Fortt speaks to Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai about Dan Loeb's call to split the company.
Tech startups and old media giants are fighting over who delivers entertainment to your living room. CNBC's Julia Boorstin offers insight.
Mike McCue, Flipboard founder & CEO, explains how he has grown his Internet business by allowing users to create their own digital magazines.