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Michael Hirsh made the posts after Richard Spencer said "Hail Trump" and "hail our people" during a conference in Washington D.C.
The entertainment technology company has created an "unstoppable lead" in the internet TV business, said Brean Capital analyst Alan Gould.
Amazon announced aggressive plans earlier this year to build out its video content platform.
Instagram is adding a couple new features you may be familiar with, Recode reports.
The New York Times says it added 41,000 subscribers in the seven days after Election Day as Donald Trump criticized the newspaper.
Twitter is making it easier to report and block trolls and to enforce its policies.
The New York Observer, the sharp-tongued chronicler of New York City's power elite, is ceasing its print edition.
Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei says that media giants are adjusting to the changing landscape of subscription-based video.
Donald Trump's free-market ideals may help media companies consolidate and connect with consumers, investor Mario Gabelli tells CNBC.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the entertainment giant is going through a transition, predicting modest growth next fiscal year.
Several media buyers said the company is not as advanced when it comes to using data insights to target consumers beyond age and gender.
Viacom, the parent company of MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and others, has been embroiled in a battle over the control of the company.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone speculates on major moves in the media industry from giants like Disney, Facebook and Apple.
Viacom may need to ramp up its curation efforts, Tom Rutledge, president and CEO of rival Charter Communications, said on Thursday.
The telecommunications executive said AT&T will gain another revenue stream at a time where consumers are cutting the cord.
The 2016 election shows that the established media's opinions are irrelevant and social channels may be more effective today.
This year more than ever, the leading three social apps are pulling out all the stops.
Britain's Prince Harry issued a rare statement on Tuesday to criticize the media for intruding into the private life of his new American girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle.
Some advertisers "have their products bobbing around in bilge water" in content that is "less meritorious," Robert Thomson said.
Analysts worry that traditional media companies no longer have the benefit of exclusive distribution.
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