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  • Turner CEO: Bringing dollars back to TV

    John Martin, Turner CEO explains how his company plans to capitalize by improving ads and profit by cord-cutting consumers.

  • Hollywood's Brian Grazer visits NYSE

    Brian Grazer, Academy Award Winning Producer, discusses the movie and television business in the current media environment.

  • May 17- Viacom Inc and American Express Co on Tuesday said they will launch a data-driven product aimed at providing television advertisers deeper understanding into consumers' future purchases. The new tool, called "Vantage Intent," will use data analysis gathered from the majority of Am-Ex's $1 trillion in annual transactions to help advertisers target...

  • Cox's Esser: We're bringing disruption and innovation

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks with Cox Communications President, Pat Esser, about M&A deals in the telecom space and his company's new ventures.

  • Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast

    Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says his company has many ways to keep its options open to compete in the wireless arena.

  • Comcast CEO on wireless network

    Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts discusses his company's options for competing in the wireless arena.

  • Comcast CEO on the future of TV

    CNBC’s Julia Boorstin talks with Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts about the future of cable, cord-cutting and bundles. Our goal is to give customers choice, says Roberts.

  • Sports fans

    Sports viewing habits have already shifted, but new findings show just how much more they could evolve in the coming years.

  • Singer Jamala representing Ukraine celebrates winning the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.

    Susana Jamaladinova, a 32-year-old trained opera singer who uses the stage name Jamala, received the highest score of 534 points for her song "1944".

  • Millennials don't save enough money

    Discussing shifting consumer behavior, and whether the skinny bundle is realistic, with Andrew Wallenstein, Variety co-editor-in-chief.

  • Outlook on upfronts

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin report for the first time in five years broadcasters secure more upfront ad dollars than the prior year.

  • Supporters wave flags ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Grand Final.

    Having secured a deal with Viacom’s Logo, U.S. Eurovision enthusiasts can tune in to Logo this May 14, to watch the song contest in all its brightly-colored glory.

  • Majority of Americans want to ban TV drug ads

    More than half of respondents say they would support removing prescription drug advertisements from TV.

  • Beyonce performs onstage during 'The Formation World Tour' at NRG Stadium on May 7, 2016, in Houston.

    MTV said it will return to music programming. But it will face competition from go-to digital media companies like Vevo.

  • Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company

    "At the end of the day, what Disney is really good at is making brands and finding new ways to distribute it," analyst Tony Wible says.

  • Disney disappoints, shares sink

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down Disney's quarterly results.

  • How Disney can recapture its magic...

    Tony Wible, Drexel Hamilton director, weighs in on where Disney will be able to capitalize on its brand.

  • Must Read: Cable bundle reborn

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a Wall Street Journal article on the future of cable, and a Financial Times piece titled, "Trump v Clinton: What does it mean for markets?"

  • NEW YORK, May 10- Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it has reached a settlement with ESPN in a lawsuit over the slimmed-down Verizon-Fios pay-TV offering that had left the sports channel out of the basic package. The terms of the settlement will not be disclosed, the companies said in a statement. The channels it moved included ESPN, a unit of Walt Disney Co...

  • NEW YORK, May 10- Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it has reached a settlement with ESPN in a lawsuit over its Fios pay-TV offering. The terms of the settlement will not be disclosed, the companies said in a statement. Walt Disney Co's ESPN sued Verizon in April last year for breach of contract after the telecom company launched its Fios Custom TV plan that...