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Tony Stewart, Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner and former NASCAR driver, discusses the business behind the sport of NASCAR racing as television ratings decline. » Read More
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Football analyst Tony Romo is putting his vast NFL experience to good use already, Newsweek reports. » Read More
Coverage of the Vietnam War's bloodiest battle affords a good case study of accurate media coverage, Time reports.
Hulu customers no longer need cable or satellite to get their "Game of Thrones" fix.
The pay-TV unit, Premium, has struggled to make a return on its large investments in Champions League and Italian Serie A soccer matches, and has been losing market share to its major competitor, Sky. Premium loses its TV rights to broadcast Champions League matches in Italy from the second half of 2018. At the presentation, Chief Executive Pier Silvio Berlusconi...
HONG KONG, July 5- Tencent Holdings, China's largest social media and gaming company, agreed on Wednesday to feature its video content on the smart TVs of China's biggest television maker TCL Corp to expand its content dominance from mobile phones to living rooms. On June 6, it invested 300 million yuan for a 7.71 per cent stake in Coocaa, a smart TV subsidiary of TCL...
The U.K. public service broadcaster BBC announced it would spend £34 million ($44 million) on children's programming over the next three years to face off competition from global media giants like Facebook, Amazon and Netflix.
Horowitz is the latest exec to be ousted as Fox investigates sexual harassment at the company, USA Today reports.
SYDNEY, July 3- Australia's Ten Network Holdings said on Monday that three media magnates have put up A $30 million to keep it running until the end of August while the television broadcaster looks to secure a deal with a buyer. The funding guarantee from News Corp co-chairman Lachlan Murdoch, Crown Resorts Ltd casino boss James Packer and regional TV owner Bruce...
Amy Yong, Macquarie Research analyst, and Mike Dano, FierceMarkets telecom editor-in-chief, discuss Charter Communication's new Spectrum Stream service to compete in the skinny bundle space for cord-cutters.
The Morning Joe hosts responded to Thursday's Twitter attacks from President Trump, saying that the president is "not mentally equipped" to continue watching their show.
CNBC's Gemma Acton discusses 21st Century Fox's bid to takeover the U.K. cable television and broadband network Sky.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore speaks to China's first transgender television host Jin Xing about the role of China in the global community.
TEL AVIV, June 27- Partner Communications, Israel's second-largest mobile phone company, launched a home TV service on Tuesday as part of a plan to generate new income streams in the face of intense competition in the cell phone market. Partner TV will be available from July and will cost 69 shekels a month, or 89 shekels with a subscription to Netflix.
Jennifer Fritzsche, Wells Fargo, provides insight to reports Sprint is in exclusive talks with CNBC parent Comcast and Charter Communications for a possible wireless deal.
Several Facebook executives have been meeting with studio and talent agencies for more traditionally scripted TV shows, reports say.
June 26- Facebook Inc is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programming by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode, in meetings with Hollywood...
The FX series’ frustrating but rewarding third season zeroes in on a world gone horribly wrong, Vox reports.
Hollywood actresses Alicia Silverstone and Mena Suvari discusses the issue of equal pay in the entertainment industry.
Michael Burns, Lions Gate vice chairman, discusses doing business during the changes in media consumption trends at home and at the cinema.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Bob Pittman, iHeartMedia chairman and CEO, and Ryan Seacrest in Cannes, France to talk about consolidation in the radio space, and competition from digital players like Facebook and Google. Also Seacrest weighs in on rumors he is returning to "American Idol."
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins to talk about streaming services, cord-cutting and developing original content. For us it's important to continue to develop original content and we're spending a lot, says Hopkins.