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Over-the-top service Go90 is slated to be a one-stop video shop. With such a wide range of ages within millennials, can Verizon pull it off?
With one press of a button on the remote, TiVo's new digital video recorder will skip the entire commercial break.
Twitter is rolling out a "buy now" button system wide—so any U.S. retailer can sell physical products, digital goods or services all within a tweet.
Axel Springer is taking a minority stake in lifestyle website operator Thrillist Media Group, CEO Mathias Doepfner tells CNBC.
Internet giants don't just want their ads to sell to consumers. Increasingly, they want brands to be able to sell, right then and there.
Comcast just launched Watchable, an app for professional short-form content, as it makes a big play for a piece of digital video advertising.
German publisher Axel Springer said on Tuesday it would buy 88 percent of news website Business Insider valued at $343 million.
Facebook is launching new tools for ad deployment and measurement that speaks Madison Avenue's TV-centric language.
Perform Group to launch a livestreaming sports service. Major soccer leagues and the NFL have signed on.
Reports say the sports media leader will lay off up to 300 people and vastly change its flagship "SportsCenter" show.
Oculus unveiled lower-cost hardware and a slew of media partnerships that aim to bring virtual reality to the mainstream.
On the numbers, China's cinema-goers look like a sure bet, but investors may need to look under the hood.
Peppering Trump with questions and wisecracks during his appearance, the CBS host reduced the usually domineering Trump to straight-man status.
Billionaire investor Yuri Milner had success with tech giants Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Spotify. What is he betting on next?
At a time when sports content is in demand from advertisers, NFLPA's media company provides exclusive athlete-created content.
Jaunt announces a $66 million round of financing, moving it closer to its goal of becoming virtual reality's HBO.
The NFL is teaming up with Snapchat to make it easier for football fans to share content on the popular social platform.
Ad block companies and publishers are battling over digital ads. With no advertising revenue, who would pay for editorial content?
AMC Networks was in preliminary talks to buy billionaire John Malone's premium TV cable network Starz, Bloomberg reported.
Nickelodeon could be in the process of developing a channel strictly for classic '90s TV shows.