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Forty percent of sports participants are women, but they only make up 4 percent of coverage. Surprising media outlets like Refinery29 are stepping up.
From digital emphasizing TV-quality content to branded entertainment being the future, here are trends from the presentations.
If Britain chooses the leave the EU this June, the country is at risk of becoming “an outsider shouting from the wings,” stars from the creative industries warn.
The TV upfronts are wrapping up, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the highlights from this year's gatherings.
Jeff Bewkes, chairman and CEO of Time Warner says the company will flourish, as long as the networks keep churning out great content.
CNN is betting millions on its online outlet "Great Big Story," which focuses on making social media-optimized videos and branded content.
The annual Internet & Television Expo comes as the traditional TV business is facing unprecedented challenges.
Corvex Management disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media and urged the company to explore a sale.
Sumner Redstone has the power to remove Viacom CEO Dauman, but not his daughter Shari, from the trust that will control his $40 billion media empire.
The first three comic book movies of 2016 perched in the top five at the box office, and the chorus of naysayers seems a bit quieter.
Unlimited choices and wedding photos being shared on social media are making weddings expensive, experts say.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin report for the first time in five years broadcasters secure more upfront ad dollars than the prior year.
Having secured a deal with Viacom’s Logo, U.S. Eurovision enthusiasts can tune in to Logo this May 14, to watch the song contest in all its brightly-colored glory.
MTV said it will return to music programming. But it will face competition from go-to digital media companies like Vevo.
"At the end of the day, what Disney is really good at is making brands and finding new ways to distribute it," analyst Tony Wible says.
ESports is poised to become a $1.3 billion global industry by 2019, and digital media wants to help brands find opportunities.
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