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  • William H. Macy's 'Shameless' star power

    We've been growing every year, says actor William H. Macy discussing his successful television series on Showtime and how viewers are changing the way they watch television. Also Alan Patricof, Greycroft founder, weighs in on content, and Macy shares his thoughts on Hollywood's diversity issues.

  • SXSWesteros exhibit as South by Southwest

    At South by Southwest, the line between TV show entertainment and conference reality is blurred.

  • Lena Headey, who plays "Cersei Lannister" in Game of Thrones.

    HBO has partnered with the International Rescue Committee to launch the “Rescue Has No Boundaries” campaign, to raise money for the refugee crisis.

  • Viacom Inc's TV Land network is developing more serialized programming where the plot unfolds with each episode, and recently changed the storyline of a new show to encourage binging. The changes reflect a realization that fewer people, particularly younger viewers, watch shows when they air and instead binge-watch series like Netflix's " House of Cards" or "...

  • Fans of the Villanova Wildcats during quaterfinal round of the Big East Men's Basketball Championship

    Fox Sports, NextVR will stream the Big East tournament games in VR globally, allowing fans to sit center court without leaving their homes.

  • Analyst: GOOG, FB still getting most ad dollars

    Discussing the state of Internet advertising and who the big winners and losers are in the space with Mark Mahaney, Lead Internet Analyst at RBC Capital Markets.

  • Calacanis: ESPN direct-to-consumer will be 'huge'

    Discussing Disney CEO Bob Iger's views on ESPN going direct-to-consumer and the future of streaming and digital media with Jason Calacanis, CEO & Founder of Inside.com.

  • Disney CEO: ESPN direct-to-consumer possibility

    Selling ESPN direct-to-consumer "can be done," but pricing is one of the issues the company has to face in doing it, said Disney CEO Bob Iger. CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer, provide perspective.

  • Amazon to launch live TV show

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports tech giant Amazon is taking a page from the retailers' playbook and plans to launch its first live television show.

  • DirecTV

    DirecTV restored service on Tuesday afternoon after users complained of outages on some national channels earlier in the day.

  • Erin Andrews enters the courtroom for closing remarks on March 4, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee.

    A jury awarded Erin Andrews $55 million in damages. But she may not see all—or any—of that money, explains Dan Eaton. Here's why.

  • Sports rights will be valuable over long run: Expert

    George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital CEO, weighs in on news tennis pro Maria Sharapova tested positive for a banned drug and discusses the ever-changing viewing options available to sports fans.

  • Honey Maid commercial

    Brands are going to have to be more inclusive as younger generations become open to interracial and LGBT families.

  • Netflix's $5 billion content bet

    Brent Lang, Variety Magazine, and Neil Doshi, Mizuho research analyst talk about Netflix's strategy to spin out more original programming.

  • Kevin Spacey in Netflix's "House of Cards"

    The new "House of Cards" season is out, and about 5 million people may watch the first episode this month.

  • Big binge weekend ahead for 'House of Cards' fans

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on one of Netflix's big success stories and how the series helped boost the stock and increase competition in the original content space.

  • Netflix's streaming power going mainstream

    Arik Hesseldahl, Re/code, and Daniel Ernst, Welch Capital Partners, discusses the success of "House of Cards," and weigh in on Netflix's dominance in the world of streaming content and whether traditional television viewing is in trouble.

  • NYSE Traders on the floor.

    According to this analyst it's time to buy Disney.

  • Time to buy Disney?

    Barton Crockett, Senior Analyst at FBR Capital Markets & Co., discusses how investors should look at Disney with its success with Star Wars and worries over ESPN.

  • Call of the day: Buy Disney

    Stan Meyers, Piper Jaffray analyst, took Disney from neutral to buy.