Analysts predict that Pixar's "Finding Dory" could be the highest-grossing movie next summer and offset any doubts cast by "The Good Dinosaur."» Read More
Despite the pullback in consumer spending and the ever-declining stock market, Americans continue to shell out big bucks at the box office.
Wealthy buyers will be flocking the Fasig-Tipton horse sale today at the Calder Racetrack in Miami to bid on thoroughbreds in the two-year-old-in-training sale.
PricewaterhouseCoopers just released a new report on merger and acquisition activity in the media and entertainment space and the outlook is grim.
Never has a sports star returned from major surgery with so few doubters. After an eight-month absence, Tiger Woods was a heavy 4-to-1 favorite to win the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Facebook's privacy policies have been criticized for being opaque and potentially harmful to users. Now the social network is responding with a totally new strategy — opening up its governance to users —allowing them to comment, make suggestions, and vote.
NBC has lured the comedian back to its airwaves, hoping to hit the jackpot once again.
Disney opens its "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience" on about 1,200 screens Friday.
Universal Studios is moving forward on plans to turn the board game "Clue" into a movie, again, nailing down the man behind Disney's Pirates of the Carribean hit, Gore Verbinski, to direct and produce.
Fresh off his objection of Northern Trust's spending this past weekend, Rebecca Jarvis and I interviewed House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank to talk about how companies that have taken bailout money should advertise.
Executives with Wachovia and Buick better start scaling back now because this much is now clear: If you or your parent company are receiving federal funds as part of the bailout, having big bashes and spending big money at sporting events is no longer acceptable.
With media conglomerates tanking, pure play movie studios Marvel and DreamWorks Animation look like pretty robust places to ride out the recession, on this day that both report earnings.
The New York Yankees don't have names on the back of their jerseys, but that doesn't mean that the team can't use Phil Coke to advertise their official soft drink deal with the Coca Cola Company.
The Oscars aren't just the biggest night of the year for film buffs and the celeb-obsessed, they're also one of the biggest annual events for advertisers, second only to the Super Bowl.
I'm writing from the red carpet, where despite the recession Hollywood's busy getting ready for the big glamorous night; in other words, business as usual.
I sat down for an exclusive interview with Dick Cook the Chair of Walt Disney Studios, who brokered the studio's big distribution deal with DreamWorks, Disney's first interview since the deal was announced.
We were reading one of our favorite sites this morning and found out that Sports Illustrated allegedly took the liberty to take the tattoo off the back of Danica Patrick in its Swimsuit Issue.
Liberty Media's John Malone is indeed Sirius XM's CEO, Mel Karmizan's White Knight.
Beginning at 1:30 p.m. ET we'll have constant updates and your reaction to Alex Rodriguez as he goes before the media in Tampa at New York Yankees Spring Training.
On Friday Disney launched Disney XD in 72 million homes, a new ad-supported basic cable channel targeting boys age six to fourteen.
Sirius XM Radio is trying to avoid filing for bankruptcy and is trying to renegotiate its pricey contracts.
Analysts predict Pixar's "Finding Dory" may be the highest-grossing movie next summer and offset any doubts cast by "The Good Dinosaur."
Amur the tiger was supposed to eat Timur the goat. Instead the pair is sharing an enclosure at a Russian safari park.
Singapore filmmaker Eric Khoo and Yuni Hadi, executive director of the Singapore International Film Festival, talk to CNBC about local films.
Tequila is seen as a party drink. Upscale brands are using marketing to millenials to change perception.
Nov 25- Tegna Inc, the broadcast and digital company that split from Gannett Co Inc earlier this year, has assembled a group of employees to make local broadcast television, including news, more interesting to a younger audience. The McLean, Virginia- based company is also trying to create more original programming and discussing ways to better integrate its...
The NFL has been talking about selling its rights for Thursday night games, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.