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Viacom names Philippe Dauman executive chairman, replacing the ailing Sumner Redstone after three decades at the helm of the media company.
Viacom's path forward is uncertain as Sumner Redstone steps down as executive chairman, company watchers said Thursday.
The studio behind the "Hunger Games" franchise has a 2.31 percent stake in class A shares of Starz.
The Internet of Things has reached 6.4 billion devices this year and is on the way to 21 billion by 2020, according to Gartner.
James Murdoch is to return as the chairman of Sky four years after a phone-hacking scandal forced him out, regaining his grip on a pay-TV group.
The CW will give Machinima's "Chasing the Cup" an one hour primetime network special.
It's too late for those afraid that artificial intelligence poses a grave threat to humanity. AI is already everywhere.
Dynamite, IDW and BOOM! Studios have carved a new niche in comics with a mix of original content and well-known licensed characters.
A California judge on Friday ruled that Viacom Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone can be examined by a doctor hired by Redstone's ex-girlfriend.
Britain's Pearson said it would cut 10 percent of its workforce and restructure once again to tackle a storm it is facing in markets.
Univision hopes its stake in The Onion will help expand its main millennial play, Fusion, both online and on TV.
Analysts give their expectations for Netflix in advance of its earnings report due after Tuesday's closing bell.
Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says his years running Twitter through its IPO helped him discover an interest in this realm.
Netflix, continuing to ramp up its original-series production, announced a slew of release dates for new and returning series.
The pornographic rival to Playboy is throwing in the towel on its print edition.
Brides magazine believes what millennial women want is custom experiences, even if it comes with a $12,500 price tag.
Thanks to hits "The Martian" and "Mad Max," which both grossed over $150 million in the U.S., this year's crop is more successful than last year's.
As digital and social media open up new avenues for more effective marketing, do the Oscars matter as much?
Laura Martin, Needham & Co. analyst, discusses the cost to consumers of disconnecting from traditional cable and satellite companies.
Live streaming video will now be integrated into users' Twitter feed.