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Wikileaks dumped more than 30,000 Sony documents, many of which were e-mails involving company executives, sending media industry observers into a search for damning information.
Barry Diller's IAC has more than 150 brands, but more and more attention is being paid to Tinder, its popular dating app.
As the cost to produce television serials keeps rising because of increased competition, documentaries are assuming a higher role in HBO's quest for original content.
CBS plans to license 'CSI' shows to a subscription-based video-on-demand provider. But aren't such arrangements hurting television programmers?
A&E CEO Nancy Dubuc isn't planning on leaving the cable-TV bundle, she just wants to make sure her networks remain a part of it.
Disney was climbing in after-hours trading as holiday sales from 'Frozen' products boosted revenue and profits above expectations.
Fox Searchlight was the big winner at this year's Sundance, reinforcing its position as the world's top independent film studio.
Add Viacom's Nickelodeon to the list of cable TV networks betting that revenue from stand-alone online subscription services can help offset declines in advertising.
Media companies are back to spending at the Sundance Film Festival, eager to acquire content that plays well in theaters and especially on digital platforms.
Alex Gibney, the director of a film about the Church of Scientology, credits Time Warner's HBO for staying with the project amid repeated efforts by the church to stop it.