Digital distribution was front and center in Time Warner's earnings conference call and CEO Jeff Bewkes detailed the various opportunities the company sees in making its content available everywhere.
During these mid-term campaigns, candidates from both sides of the aisle have embraced Facebook and Twitter, following President Obama's huge success engaging with voters through social media during his campaign.
With Election Day looming the pace of political ad spending continues to accelerate — this is sure to be a record year. Political ad spending is on track to top $3 billion; not only is that far ahead of the $2.4 billion spent during the last mid-term elections, it even exceeds the $2.7 billion spent during the 2008 presidential campaigns.
MGM's hundred-plus creditors have approved a pre-packaged bankruptcy plan, according to sources close to the situation.
Cablevision's 3 million plus customers have not had access to Fox for the past 13 days as the companies have been locked in a standoff over retransmission fees.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 1" doesn't hit theaters until November 19, but tickets are on sale and they're going fast.
Arguably the most famous car in the world has sold to an American car enthusiast for £2.6 million ($4.1 million) after being put on the market for the first time ever.
The World Series starts in a few hours and Fox, which broadcasts the game, is still dark for Cablevision's three million plus customers in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut Tri-state region.
Comcast shares are bucking the trend: while the Dow is down by triple digits, Comcast shares are higher on earnings that bested Wall Street expectations. The "triple play" is paying off.
It’s arguably the most famous car in the world and it’s coming out of the showroom and onto the market for the first time ever.
"Shrek Forever After" gave DreamWorks Animation an ogre-sized boost in the third quarter.
Tonight is the FCC's deadline for both Fox and Cablevision to submit proof that they're negotiating in good faith. The FCC sent both companies a letter Friday, demanding that they "detail the efforts your company is making to end the current impasse."
Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers just unveiled an unprecedented sort of fund to invest in social web entrepreneurs
CEO Reed Hastings has done it again: Netflix bested Wall Street expectations in the third quarter, adding 1.932 million subscribers in the quarter.
A new report reveals how Wall Street is moving and shaking on Twitter and Facebook. Financial services' social media activity has exploded over the past two years, according to a new report.
As News Corp's negotiations with Cablevision drag out through a fourth day, the cable company's three million customers in the tri-state area are increasingly frustrated about missing out on football. That means a big win for Verizon's FiOS fiber optic system, which is available to the very same area that's suffering with Cablevision right now.
It's day three of Cablevision and Fox's standoff over a new contract and talks broke off Monday afternoon with no progress. After negotiating in person at News Corp headquarters in midtown, Fox execs are flying back to LA, to resume talks over the phone tomorrow.
The market is not only vast, it is also dynamic and sometimes unpredictable. Diamonds may be forever, but the same can't be said of cultural icons.
If you haven't enjoyed the stock market's plot line in recent years but you're still able to stand the suspense—then you might want go to the movies. While some 60 percent of the movies produced each year are box- office flops, those that do resonate with viewers can generate a pretty penny for investors.
The growing demand for the clothing and jewelry of yesteryear has produced a surge of collectors, from Hollywood stars to wealthy fashionistas.
Chris Bevilacqua, BHV co-founder, discusses the NFL player's protest and its affect on the league's bottom line.
Discussing the NFL’s response to President Trump’s tweets about the players disrespecting the American flag with CNBC Contributor Suzy Welch; Charles Way, former NFL vice president of player engagement & former NFL player; and David Johnson, Strategic Vision PR Group.
MONTGOMERY, Ala.— Two media organizations that own dozens of newspapers and television stations across the nation are announcing a merger. Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. and Raycom Media Inc. have agreed to merge into a new privately owned media group, CNHI said in a statement Monday. Both companies are based in Montgomery, Alabama, and are financed by the...