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More than $370,000 has been spent for about 300 broadcast TV ads supporting the Tiverton casino proposal, according to an analysis by the Center for Public Integrity, based on data from Kantar Media/CMAG. That's an expense of about 50 cents per eligible state voter by the group Citizens to Create Jobs and Create Revenue Inc., formed by casino operator Twin River...
Mark Burnett, the reality-show auteur whose "Apprentice" series catapulted Donald J. Trump to national stardom, denounced him in a statement, reports NYT.
CNBC's Dominic Chu breaks down the performance of media stocks. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
The NFL is changing its social media policy to drive people away from their phones and back to their televisions. CNBC's Kelly Evans reports.
Mario Gabelli, Gabelli Asset Management CEO, shares his take on CBS/Viacom merger talks, as a shareholder of both companies.
Barry Diller, IAC Chairman and Expedia Chairman, speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin about the future of cable and the changing face of media.
NEW YORK— As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV. Sling, which is owned by satellite TV company Dish Network, was one of the first services to offer packages of popular cable channels over the internet, threatening cable's dominance. By comparison, the average cable bill is...
The TV audience for Sunday's second debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton looks unlikely to be as large as their first.
ATHENS, Greece— About 200 journalists and other workers in Greek private TV stations have held a peaceful protest outside Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' office over feared job losses in a broadcasting shake-up. Some 60 of the demonstrators pushed through a police cordon to hang a protest banner on the outer fence of the central Athens building Monday.
Trump lead social media chatter on both Facebook and Twitter. It was the most tweeted debate of all time.
Trump's comment that Clinton would be in jail if he was in charge was the biggest moment on Facebook by the halfway point.
CNBC compiled a small sample of some of the more buzz-worthy TV and movie reveals at this year's New York Comic Con.
Jack Brewer, CEO of The Brewer Group and former NFL player for the Minnesota Vikings, weighs in on the decline in football ratings and what's to blame.
Tweets that show public sentiment could be valuable for customer relationship management companies or advertising technology platforms.
Big broadcast companies have been performing better than expected for decades, but that won't last, Sanford Bernstein's Todd Juenger tells CNBC.
Todd Juenger, Sanford Bernstein, provides his outlook on big media stocks and shares his top buys and sells in the sector. Also Juenger weighs in on Twitter's future.