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Dexter Goei, Altice USA CEO, discusses his company sealing the deal to acquire Cablevision and his outlook for Altice.
ESPN will reportedly buy the second half of the Big Ten's media rights package.
As Viacom's businesses show signs of struggle, analysts told CNBC it's time for behind-the-scenes drama to end.
The presumptive GOP presidential nominee may be building a 'mini media conglomerate' to capitalize on his recurring appearances in the media.
Lam Wing-Kee says Chinese authorities forced him to spend five months in solitary confinement.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports Sumner Redstone moves to oust Viacom directors from the board.
Scott Dadich, Wired, and Carlton Cuse, writer discuss the future of storytelling on social media.
The former head of Viacom has harsh words for the company's current management, but he doesn't believe the media company is beyond fixing.
Tom Freston, Former CEO of Viacom, weighs in on whether Viacom and CBS should merge and the future for the media company.
Tom Freston, Former CEO of Viacom, discusses the leadership at Viacom and how the media company could fix itself, as well Viacom's unsuccessful bid for Facebook back in 2005.
Tom Freston, Former CEO of Viacom, discusses the media company's "fall from grace" and his views on Philippe Dauman.
Tony Hale, actor from "Veep" and "Arrested Development," talks about the current political environment, the similarities between "Veep" and 2016 politics, and what it's like to work with HBO and Netflix.
Ben Silverman, Propagate Content co-CEO and Chairman and former NBC Entertainment co-Chairman, discusses why code writers and screenwriters could get together.
TV station operators, has launched an auction to divest its digital and data business in a sale it hopes will fetch at least $800 million, according to three people familiar with the matter. The move represents the first asset sale by Tribune Media after it announced in February that it had hired investment banks Moelis& Co and Guggenheim Securities to explore...
Adobe's new report finds that while watching TV everywhere is increasing, most people are still viewing from their homes.
Michael Donovan, executive chairman at DHX Media, which produces the Teletubbies, says new technology makes engagement with content much easier.
Here's how a country with a small population, living in an area only a little bigger than Indiana, became a consumer goods powerhouse.
As viewers get sick of traditional 30-second commercials, TV networks have cut commercial ad time but added branded content.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson asks portfolio managers David Pearl, John Maloney and Nick Galluccio about media stocks.
Jules Urback, OTOY founder, chair & CEO discusses the next level of virtual reality - which could be shipping as soon as six months.