BRUSSELS, Aug 25- The European Commission wants to make it easier for broadcasters like the BBC and Germany's ZDF to make shows available online across the 28- nation EU under a planned copyright reform that is expected to meet fierce opposition from the media industry. Under the EU executive's plans outlined in a draft document seen by Reuters, broadcasters...
Amol Sharma, Media & Marketing Bureau Chief at The Wall Street Journal, discusses the unlikely relationship between Disney and Vice and what it means for the future of media.
Television writer and producer Norman Lear said although there is too much media, television is in its golden age.
A suit filed by Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox News host, says the network “operates like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult.” The NYT reports.
It's one thing to binge watch three episodes of a show in one sitting. It's another to devour an entire season in a day.
Television legend Norman Lear says that although media is in its golden age, "everything is overdone."
Television legend Norman Lear also says he's had only one binge experience.
TV producer Norman Lear tells CNBC why his show "The Jeffersons" was better than "The Cosby Show."
Discussing the trade on Viacom with Pivotal Research Group's Brian Wieser, who downgraded Viacom earlier this month to hold from buy; and shareholder Salvatore Muoio, S Mouio & Co.
LOS ANGELES, Aug 22- U.S. pay TV customers will have more chances this fall to catch up on shows in mid-season as networks increase video-on-demand offerings in their battle to keep audiences from jumping to streaming services. Cable channels, for example, will receive $52.7 billion in fees from pay TV operators this year, just more than half of total revenue,...
Matthew Harrigan, Wunderlich Securities; Jeffrey Logsdon, JBL Advisors, discuss what's next for Viacom, following CEO Philippe Dauman's resignation.
Jason Hirschhorn, former MTV executive, discusses what's next for Viacom, following CEO Philippe Dauman's resignation.
Twelve years ago today, Google went public. Youssef Squali, Cantor Fitzgerald, shares his bullish take on Alphabet.
James Dix, Wedbush Securities media analyst, shares his take on Viacom, following the news of the expected $72 million severance package for CEO Philippe Dauman.
An anonymous source said Viacom's board expects to meet tonight to discuss a settlement with Redstone.
Communications and wireless companies are bidding on airwaves that the government has reclaimed from television broadcasters. The bidding will ultimately award licenses for mobile broadband. Adonis Hoffman, Georgetown University professor, shares more on this process.
Craig Cooper, host of CNBC's "Adventure Capitalists," discusses the show's premiere on Monday, and the nature of entrepreneurship.
LOS ANGELES— Hiring of minorities and women for stepping-stone TV directing jobs is lagging, according to a Directors Guild of America study. The study released Wednesday focuses on "first break" jobs the guild called critical in increasing diversity in the ranks of episodic TV directors. Year after year when we put out our TV director diversity report, the media...
The host of 'The McLaughlin Group' first went on air in 1982.
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 17- Shares of Grupo Clarin, Argentina's biggest media conglomerate, rose on Wednesday after saying it plans to spin off its Cablevision subsidiary as the group prepares for growth and greater competition in the local cable TV sector. The creation of Cablevision Holding SA, announced late on Tuesday, is subject to approval by Clarin...