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Hollywood actresses Alicia Silverstone and Mena Suvari discusses the issue of equal pay in the entertainment industry. » Read More
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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." » Read More
NEW YORK, May 9- "American Idol," the most popular music reality show in U.S. television history, will return to the screen on ABC in 2018, the network announced on Tuesday. "Very exciting announcement," ABC television host Robin Roberts said on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday. "We can reveal right here for the first time ABC is bringing' American Idol' back!"
South Park's creators hated liberals. Did the show's satire give rise to the populist right? Financial Times reports.
BEIRUT, May 7- Agreement has been reached to evacuate wounded fighters of the hardline Islamist group formerly known as Nusra Front from Yarmouk, in the southern suburbs of Damascus, to rebel-held Idlib province, Hezbollah- affiliated al-Manar TV reported on Sunday. Hezbollah, also from Lebanon, is a close military ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
HBO is taking security of its hits show Game of Throne's creative material even more seriously, The Verge reports.
CNBC's David Faber talks about pressure building up in the media space as viewers find new ways to consume content.
Hulu has three main ways it can make money with streaming: advertising, subscriptions and now a live TV service.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the effect of modern media consumption on traditional players' stocks.
Viacom reported second-quarter earnings and sales Thursday that topped analysts' expectations, as the company continues to grow its Paramount business.
Jimmy Kimmel's monologue about his newborn son's heart surgery and Trump's health-care policy have gone viral on social media.
Hulu launched its live TV service for $39.99 a month.
The company is trying to make it easier to quit your cable or satellite service.
May 3- Hulu LLC said on Wednesday it has launched its live TV streaming service, putting itself in the center of a growing and competitive market as viewers increasingly watch TV through the internet rather than on cable and satellite television. For $40 a month, Hulu will offer 50 sports, news, entertainment and kids channels, including ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, CNN, CNBC,...
The "Squawk on the Street" crew weighs in on what's likely driving viewers to drop their pay TV subscribership.
"We're entering an entirely new era," says Michael Wolff, author of "The Man Who Owns the News."
James Dix, Wedbush Securities media analyst, and Vince Sadusky, former Media General CEO, discuss the competition between Fox and Sinclair for Tribune Media and whether other media deals could be in the pipeline.
The New York Times' Jim Stewart and Larry Haverty of Gabelli Funds speak to CNBC about the recent headlines involving Fox News. The New York Times' Jim Stewart also weighs in.
Fox News Channel co-president Bill Shine, who has been with the network since it launched 20 years ago, resigned Monday morning according to a statement from Fox News.
Following the deal with the Comcast Corp unit, Hulu's live TV package will include all the four major broadcast networks, cable news channels and its streaming library for under $40 per month, the company said. Hulu, which streams original shows such as " The Mindy Project," said the deal with NBCUniversal would provide live and streaming access to networks...
In a new salvo in the children's television wars, NBCUniversal is creating its own Disney Channel.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the likelihood of a Writers Guild of America strike, with its contract ending in five days.