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Pandora Gets Encouraging Sign on New Copyright Fee Structure

Pandora received a ruling from a copyright regulator that makes it more likely the Copyright Royalty Board will set a streaming fee structure for 2016-2020 to its liking.

Time Warner's Turner Expects to Follow HBO With Streaming Service

David Levy, president of Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting, owner of TBS and TNT, said he's going to direct-to-consumer. It's just a matter of time.

Why Fox's James Murdoch Thinks Cable-TV Needs a Mobile Makeover

Fox's James Murdoch says TV and film companies have been hurt by pay-TV companies' inability to create compelling digital platforms.

Pandora's Dealmaking Isn't Doing Much for Stock, So Far

Pandora shares were falling again on Tuesday, as the company signaled that it aims to offer a subscription streaming service, putting it into direction competition with Spotify and Apple Music.

Viacom Finally Gives Investors a Reason to Buy the Stock

Viacom showed modest improvements in advertising sales and affiliate fees, giving investors a reason to buy the stock, which is trading near at its cheapest level since 2009.

Time Warner Linked With Hulu Sends Netflix Falling

Time Warner may invest in Hulu, the subscription streaming services jointly-owned by Disney, Comcast's NBCUniversal and 21st Century Fox.

YouTube Red Goes Live With Ad-Free Music, Videos

YouTube's new subscription service Red may only attract a slice of its current user base, but for Google that's still a nice business.

What John Malone Is Planning With Latest Media Stock Roll-up

Speculation that John Malone is planning a massive roll-up of his telecom and media holdings grew Monday with a stock sale between Lions Gate Entertainment and Discovery Communications.

High Stakes at GOP Debate for Fox Business

For Fox Business, a distant second in audience to CNBC, this week's GOP debate represents a huge opportunity -- and a huge risk.

Disney Signals Comfort With Netflix, Countering Time Warner's Growl

Just how fast households are ending their pay-TV subscriptions or opting not to get one at all is the biggest conversation in media.

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