Charter Communications would like to buy Time Warner Cable, and its investors have long cheered the proposition, but that plan has become more complicated.
AOL is betting investments in original programming and advertising technology will spark growth.
ESPN filed a lawsuit Monday in New York against Verizon's newest Pay-TV offering that places the Disney channel in a sports-only bundle.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says he's disappointed the government didn't approve its $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, but 'there's no looking back.'
If the cable TV giant walks away from its $45 billion deal to acquire Time Warner Cable, Comcast isn't likely to waste any time looking for a new partner.
Verizon remained defiant that it can offer its customers ESPN in a smaller pay-TV bundle despite objections from its Disney, the owner of the channel, the highest-priced in cable.
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?