NBC Chief Hints That Company May Unveil Netflix-Style Service
CBS to Terminate Moonves for Cause, Won’t Pay $120m Severance
Apple is back with another idea that it says will help rescue the online magazine industry -- and getting a cooler reception.
Prosecutors’ reference to unidentified campaign staff suggests that Trump associates in legal trouble is still expanding.
Discovery’s Netflix-Like Golf Service Will Get European Tour
CBS Investors Ignore Moonves-Sized Elephant in Room at Meeting
AT&T Inc.revealed more plans for how the media empire WarnerMedia will play with partners and rivals.
Nexstar Media Group Inc. agreed to buy Tribune Media Co. for $4.1 billion.
The Same Tech Companies Killing Print Ads Are Buying Print Ads
For the TV industry, this National Football League season has brought good news and bad news.
AT&T eyeing a movies-only plan as one of the new products launching late next year.
Tiger Woods Hired by Discovery to Boost Its ‘Netflix for Golf’
AT&T's Pay-Per-View Golf Gaffe Exposes Weakness of Online Sports
Scripps and Tegna Are Among Bidders for Cox TV Assets
Kelly likely to receive what’s left on the contract that took effect in the middle of last year, or more than $30 million.
White House Agrees to Fully Restore Acosta's Pass, CNN Reports
BuzzFeed Will Tell You What Millennials Want, for a Fee
Previously, press secretary Sanders justified the ban by accusing Acosta of “placing his hands” on the White House staffer.
Sinclair, Tribune Settle Justice Department Probe Over Ad Sales
MoviePass Owner Cancels Stock Split, Moves Closer to Delisting
Streaming services recently raised prices, which contributed to the slowdown and revealed the fickle-mindedness of consumers.