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Media consolidation will continue as companies compete for unique franchises and greater scale, 21st Century Fox Vice Chair Chase Carey told CNBC on Tuesday.
Tencent Music's plan to go public isn't a threat to radio broadcasting and advertising company iHeartMedia, it just means audio is hot again, iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman says.
Sony is seeking to capitalize on its 'Spider-Man' film rights by releasing 'Venom'.
Streaming services, like Netflix, might be ruining Hollywood star culture, but they're doing it brilliantly, said ex-powerhouse agent Michael Ovitz.
Comcast said it will continue to make further purchases of Sky shares at a price of £17.28 ($22.60) per share.
Comcast, Disney and AT&T want to increase their scale, but they're probably going to need to take a break and digest their megadeals before going back into the market.
Bumble, the dating app, is pressing ahead with its $400 million countersuit on its larger rival Match and is pursuing an initial public offering.
Comcast has outbid Fox in a $39 billion takeover of British broadcaster Sky, after it emerged a clear winner with the highest bid in three rounds.
"CBS is a loaded laggard," the billionaire value investor says. "Viacom is an even doubly loaded laggard."
Twenty-First Century Fox and Comcast are going head to head in London at a takeover auction for British broadcaster Sky.
Sky, Twenty-First Century Fox, Comcast and Disney agreed to an auction to settle the bidding war over the British broadcaster.
A billionaire with good intentions might be the best kind of owner for a media organization, former CNN chairman and Time managing editor Walter Isaacson told CNBC on Monday.
A drawn-out bidding war for one of the entertainment industry's most coveted assets will be decided by a sealed bids auction, unless there is a best-and-final offer by the end of the week.
The founder of Salesforce, Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff, have agreed to buy Time magazine for $190 million in cash from media and marketing company, Meredith Corporation.
Verizon's head of media and advertising Tim Armstrong will leave at the end of the year, the company announced Wednesday.
The company announces that the executive producer of "60 Minutes" and former chairman of CBS News is stepping down but immediately his departure is not directly related to an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.
Examining how top companies promote and manage innovation, leverage rapid change and use technology to grow exponentially.
Financial advisors stress that now is the time for investors to get serious about year-end financial planning checkup.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows bright spots in the economy, with housing and stocks in the forefront.