Ronald Grover covers the media industry and is the former Reuters and BusinessWeek Bureau Chief in Los Angeles.
The company downplays competition and says customers misread a price hike announcement.
Last quarter, the online video giant spooked the Street by cutting forecasts for adding new subscribers, and margin compression presents another headwind.
The sports channel behemoth, looking to diversify as cable subscriptions dwindle, looks to online partnerships.
The owner of the Discovery and Animal Planet channels would give Lions Gate more heft in TV.
Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.
Despite a strong Cannes showing, the Disney-distributed, PG-rated film isn't generating word of mouth for a large opening.
Made for $180 million, 'The Legend of Tarzan' isn't generating word of mouth in a crowded movie field.
A merger between the studio and the premium cable channel operator would continue a recent spate of media consolidations.
The giant theme park operator has built 45 years of goodwill and brand equity with safe parks, experts say.
The media giant hopes the animated follow-up to 'Finding Nemo' avoids the slow opening of sequels to 'X-Men,' 'Ninja Turtles' and its own 'Alice' film.
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