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...
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CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Twitter's potential plan to bring its app to Apple TV.
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Aug 14- Private-equity firm KKR& Co may bid for television distributor Entertainment One Ltd after the owner of the preschool cartoon character "Peppa Pig" rejected an offer from UK broadcaster ITV Plc, Bloomberg reported on Sunday. KKR has not decided whether to make a bid, Bloomberg reported, citing sources. The group, which bought the European licensing rights...
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Shares of Disney rose on Wednesday after its investment in BamTech, however, one expert says it faces the same challenges as Apple.
Details of Roger Ailes' tenure as the head of Fox News continue to leak, as new women are making allegations every day. Sarah Ellison, Vanity Fair contributing editor, discusses.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Disney and SunPower.
Alexandra Pelosi, documentary filmmaker, talks about her new project currently airing on HBO called "Meet the Donor," a look at the players writing big checks for the candidates.
Jim Stewart, The New York Times, weighs in on Disney's move into streaming tech and leaving cable's "cash cow" behind.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides highlights of her interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger after the company reported better than expected quarterly results.
LONDON, Aug 10- Canada's Entertainment One, the owner of children's TV cartoon character Peppa Pig, has rejected a 1 billion-pound takeover offer from UK broadcaster ITV, saying it undervalued the London- listed TV and film production and distribution company. Typically, last year it acquired the European licensing rights for the DreamWorks Studios film of...
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Ivan Feinseth, Tigress Financial, discusses Disney's quarterly results and $1 billion investment in streaming technology. It's the right move at the right time, says Feinseth.
Disney acquired a 33 percent stake in the technology company, allowing it to create a new standalone, cable-free ESPN service.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Disney CEO Bob Iger on the earnings and outlook of his company.