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Anthony Wood, Roku founder and CEO, talks about the company's initial public offering and its streaming content strategy.
"The Networks were always anti-Trump hence, Fake News, @nytimes(apologized) & @wapo were anti-Trump. Collusion?," Trump tweeted.
DirecTV will allow customers to cancel their subscriptions over NFL players' protests during the national anthem, USA Today reports.
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.
Mike Ozanian, Forbes assistant managing editor, discusses the ratings issues for NFL games as growing tensions rise between President Trump and professional sports leagues over anthem protests.
Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder & chairman, talks about the future of streaming content and the launch of the Urban Movie Channel which focuses on giving African American talent a chance to showcase their content and create an economic ecosystem to fund it.
Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder & chairman, talks about the corrosive effects of constant cultural conflict and why it's important for Americans to find a bond that ties them all together. Also Johnson provides insight to the anthem protest and professional sports businesses.
CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at whether President Trump's criticism of national anthem protesters is impacting the business of sports.
Used cars are selling, says Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder & chairman and BET founder, weigh in on the auto business, car loans, and service. Also Johnson shares his thoughts on Tesla's brand and why they have a good shot at being 'leader of the pack' in the electric car space.
You can't cut your way to prosperity, says Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder & chairman and BET founder, talks about his support of lowering corporate tax rates and why it needs to be linked to scaling back regulations and cutting the national debt.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on President Trump's battle with national anthem protesters and whether it will likely impact ratings.
Sports should report total audience numbers, not just the fans watching the live broadcast, George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital founder and CEO, told CNBC.
In a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Nielsen is seeking an injunction to stop the launch of comScore's Extended TV service, which it said would incorporate its proprietary Portable People Meter data. Nielsen, based in New York, said it contracted in 2014 to let its Reston, Virginia- based rival use Portable People Meter data to measure...
George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital founder and CEO, discusses the slump in television ratings for sports like NFL and the valuation for professional sports teams.
Mike Morris, Guggenheim Securities Analyst, speaks with CNBC about the ratings decline plaguing the NFL two weeks into the season.
Television host Jimmy Kimmel delivered his third straight monologue blasting the Republican health care bill, Vox reports.
Matt Harrigan, Buckingham Research analyst, discusses why he thinks Netflix has more room to run for today's call of the day.
Jimmy Kimmel once again devoted the monologue of his show to an extraordinary rant against the GOP health-care bill, Newsweek reports.
Channel 4 paid millions to poach Great British Bake Off from the BBC. Jonathan Lewis says it's paying off, and the two show sponsors are delighted.