Amy DiPierro

Amy DiPierro is a 2015 Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting intern working at TheStreet.com. Previously, she wrote for WHYY-News in Philadelphia and was a reporter at War News Radio. Follow her on Twitter: @amydipierro.

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Why Disney, Fox, Viacom Stocks Are Tanking While Netflix Remains Rosy

Why Disney, Fox, Viacom Stocks Are Tanking While Netflix Remains Rosy

Television advertising revenue is declining as more marketing companies find online ads are cheaper and more effective. And that is hitting traditional media stocks.

Time Warner's HBO Now Is Way More Expensive Than We Realized

Time Warner's HBO Now Is Way More Expensive Than We Realized

Time Warner still won't disclose its HBO Now subscriber numbers, but the media giant is dropping hints about how much it will pay to make and market the over-the-top platform.

James Murdoch Readies First Fox Earnings As CEO

James Murdoch Readies First Fox Earnings As CEO

Wall Street will be watching for signs that the younger Murdoch can reverse falling broadcast advertising revenue and push online innovation in his first earnings call as CEO.

Money-Losing DreamWorks Betting on AwesomnessTV for Growth

Money-Losing DreamWorks Betting on AwesomnessTV for Growth

After the 'most painful' weeks in DreamWorks history, Wall Street is laying fresh eyes on the animation studio. One wake-up call? Its stake in AwesomenessTV.

Comcast's Big Bet on BuzzFeed Is About Native Advertising

Comcast's Big Bet on BuzzFeed Is About Native Advertising

BuzzFeed's original sponsored video content and 200 million monthly unique visitors are a big part of the reason Comcast is looking to bankroll it to the tune of $250 million.

Nielsen Proving That It’s Still the Industry Standard

Nielsen Proving That It’s Still the Industry Standard

Nielsen edged out analyst expectations and rose over 5% Tuesday. But some TV and advertising executives say it still isn't doing enough to measure viewers outside of linear TV.

Broadcast Stocks Betting on Record Political Spending

Broadcast Stocks Betting on Record Political Spending

Broadcasting groups with significant resources in political, swing states will be better equipped to address advertising demand from political campaigns.

Aol Says It's the End of TV Ads as We Know It, and Verizon Feels Fine

Aol Says It's the End of TV Ads as We Know It, and Verizon Feels Fine

Recent Verizon acquisition Aol is looking to reinvigorate television advertising by targeting viewers with some of the same data-savvy techniques it's been honing on digital platforms.

10 of the Most Memorable Converse Chuck Taylors of All Time

10 of the Most Memorable Converse Chuck Taylors of All Time

After nearly a century, Converse is updating its iconic Chuck Taylor All Star canvas sneakers. Here are some of the best special editions and collections of the shoes.

Where to Find Free (and Almost Free) Hot Dogs on National Hot Dog Day

Where to Find Free (and Almost Free) Hot Dogs on National Hot Dog Day

Hot dogs are so trendy that they're finding their way into pizza crusts and toppings for burgers. Here are some top digs to grab cheap or even free dogs Thursday.