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ATHENS, Sept 2- Greece cut back sharply on Friday on the number of television channels operating in the country, awarding just four broadcasting licenses to an industry authorities say is mired in mismanagement and corruption. Athens raised an unexpected 246 million euros from the license auction. The starting price of the licenses was 3 million euros and the...
Adam Clyne, COO of media outlet TheLADbible Group, talks about internet advertising and why VICE and BuzzFeed are his site's main rivals.
Bill Nye has a new talk show set to premiere on Netflix next spring called Bill Nye Saves the World, The Verge reports.
Chef Michel Roux Jr. discusses his television career, including his split from the BBC show Master Chef.
MTV's Video Music Awards fell victim to a massive drop in ratings, while its video streams faced a dramatic increase. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the changing landscape of live television. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Charles Osgood, whose distinct style has made the CBS show "Sunday Morning" a weekly ritual for many viewers, will be leaving at the end of September.
BRUSSELS, Aug 25- The European Commission wants to make it easier for broadcasters like the BBC and Germany's ZDF to make shows available online across the 28- nation EU under a planned copyright reform that is expected to meet fierce opposition from the media industry. Under the EU executive's plans outlined in a draft document seen by Reuters, broadcasters...
Television writer and producer Norman Lear said although there is too much media, television is in its golden age.
A suit filed by Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox News host, says the network “operates like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult.” The NYT reports.
It's one thing to binge watch three episodes of a show in one sitting. It's another to devour an entire season in a day.
Television legend Norman Lear says that although media is in its golden age, "everything is overdone."
Television legend Norman Lear also says he's had only one binge experience.
TV producer Norman Lear tells CNBC why his show "The Jeffersons" was better than "The Cosby Show."
Discussing the trade on Viacom with Pivotal Research Group's Brian Wieser, who downgraded Viacom earlier this month to hold from buy; and shareholder Salvatore Muoio, S Mouio & Co.
LOS ANGELES, Aug 22- U.S. pay TV customers will have more chances this fall to catch up on shows in mid-season as networks increase video-on-demand offerings in their battle to keep audiences from jumping to streaming services. Cable channels, for example, will receive $52.7 billion in fees from pay TV operators this year, just more than half of total revenue,...
Matthew Harrigan, Wunderlich Securities; Jeffrey Logsdon, JBL Advisors, discuss what's next for Viacom, following CEO Philippe Dauman's resignation.