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  • TEL AVIV, June 27- Partner Communications, Israel's second-largest mobile phone company, launched a home TV service on Tuesday as part of a plan to generate new income streams in the face of intense competition in the cell phone market. Partner TV will be available from July and will cost 69 shekels a month, or 89 shekels with a subscription to Netflix.

  • Pedestrians pass in front of a Sprint store in New York

    Jennifer Fritzsche, Wells Fargo, provides insight to reports Sprint is in exclusive talks with CNBC parent Comcast and Charter Communications for a possible wireless deal.

  • Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook

    Several Facebook executives have been meeting with studio and talent agencies for more traditionally scripted TV shows, reports say.

  • June 26- Facebook Inc is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programming by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode, in meetings with Hollywood...

  • The FX series’ frustrating but rewarding third season zeroes in on a world gone horribly wrong, Vox reports.

  • Equal pay in Hollywood is 'only fair': Alicia Silverstone

    Hollywood actresses Alicia Silverstone and Mena Suvari discusses the issue of equal pay in the entertainment industry.

  • Lions Gate on the changing face of media

    Michael Burns, Lions Gate vice chairman, discusses doing business during the changes in media consumption trends at home and at the cinema.

  • iHeartMedia CEO: Social media is part of our ecosystem

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Bob Pittman, iHeartMedia chairman and CEO, and Ryan Seacrest in Cannes, France to talk about consolidation in the radio space, and competition from digital players like Facebook and Google. Also Seacrest weighs in on rumors he is returning to "American Idol."

  • Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins to talk about streaming services, cord-cutting and developing original content. For us it's important to continue to develop original content and we're spending a lot, says Hopkins.

  • Tech Drivers: Fighting for ad dollars and viewers

    Noah Robischon, Fast Company, talks about increased competition for advertising revenue among YouTube, Alphabet, Apple and Amazon as the fight for screen time heats up.

  • Kathy Griffin is holding the press conference after a controversial photoshoot where she was holding a bloodied mask depicting President Donald Trump and to address alleged bullying by the Trump family.

    A phoenix from the ashes, or 'toast'? Experts weigh in on Kathy Griffin's prospects for a rebound after her 'beheading' stunt.

  • LOS ANGELES, June 16- Apple Inc has hired two long-time Sony Pictures Television executives to expand the iPhone maker's push into original television programming, plunging deeper into a field crowded by Hollywood studios and online streaming services. Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, responsible for hit shows such as "Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul" and "The...

  • June 16- Apple Inc has hired two long-time Sony Pictures Television executives to expand the iPhone maker's push into original television programming, plunging deeper into a field crowded by Hollywood studios and online streaming services. "Jamie and Zack are two of the most talented TV executives in the world and have been instrumental in making this the...

  • June 16- Apple Inc said on Friday it has hired the co-presidents of Sony Pictures Television, Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, to lead the iPhone maker's foray into television-style programming. Van Amburg and Erlichts exit was announced on Thursday in a memo to staff from Sony Pictures Entertainment Chief Executive Tony Vinciquerra. The moves follow the...

  • The duo, responsible for shows such as "Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul," "The Crown" and "The Blacklist," have been Sony Pictures presidents since 2005.. Van Amburg and Erlichts departure from Sony Pictures was announced on Thursday in a memo from Sony Pictures Entertainment Chief Executive Tony Vinciquerra, according to the entertainment magazine Variety, which...

  • June 16- Apple Inc said on Friday it hired co-presidents of Sony Pictures Television, Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, to lead its video programming efforts. "Jamie and Zack are two of the most talented TV executives in the world and have been instrumental in making this the golden age of television," said Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet...

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during a product launch event on October 27, 2016, in Cupertino, California.

    Apple on Friday announced that former Sony television executives Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg are joining the company to oversee video programming.

  • Critics said in a court filing that failing to block the FCC rule "will usher in a wave of media consolidation." As part of the $3.9 billion deal, Sinclair has said it may still have to sell certain of its stations, such as those in St. Louis and Salt Lake City, to comply with FCC regulations. But last year, the FCC, under Democratic President Barack Obama, said those rules...

  • Critics said in a court filing that failing to block the FCC rule "will usher in a wave of media consolidation." As part of the $3.9 billion deal, Sinclair may still have to sell certain of its stations, such as those in St. Louis and Salt Lake City, in order to comply with FCC regulations, the company has said. But last year, the FCC, under Democratic President Barack Obama,...

  • WASHINGTON, June 15- A federal appeals court on Thursday declined to issue an emergency order blocking the U.S. Federal Communications Commission from changing its local television ownership rules, which could have blocked Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc from buying assets of Tribune Media Co one of the largest U.S. television station operators.