Instagram on Thursday announced it has topped more than 500,000 advertisers, up from just 200,000 in February. » Read More
Verizon pronounced its commitment to growing its media business through the AOL/go90s NewFront presentation.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the update on two media giants reporting quarterly results.
Mike Hopkins discusses what is next for the company and for the future of streaming television with The New York Times.
Time Warner reported a 2.5 percent rise in revenue, helped by higher subscription revenue at its Turner Broadcasting and Home Box Office networks.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has approved European telecoms group Altice's acquisition of U.S. cable company Cablevision Systems.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks about how Hulu is working on a service to stream live TV.
The company claims that if you want to reach millennials, you'll need their insights, which it says the rest of media doesn't exactly have.
About.com created specialized health site Verywell to compete for more digital advertising spend.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that streaming site Hulu is working to offer a bundle service including live and on-demand TV content.
A string of leaders failed to define what Yahoo is to its users, former Yahoo President Susan Decker says.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the growing rivalry between Netflix and Amazon over their competing streaming video services.
CBS's executives are considering how they can gain more control over the broadcaster after Sumner Redstone dies, or if he is declared incompetent.
At first glance, iflix might appear to have a lot in common with Netflix, but CEO Mark Britt is adamant that the two companies are not competing.
Barton Crockett, Senior Analyst at FBR Capital Markets & Co., and Tony Wible, Director and Senior Analyst - Media & Entertainment at Drexel Hamilton, talk about the streaming rivalry between Netflix and Amazon, as well as how they approach investing in the companies.
WPP posted first quarter earnings on Thursday of 3 billion GDP, up 10.6 percent ($4.7 billion). Like-for-like sales was up 5.1 percent.
Millennials are skeptical of ads. Digital media is trying viral products or blending in with users to get brand messages across.
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