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Fox News won the ratings battle in the third presidential debate, an event peppered by Trump's refusal to say whether he would concede if he loses the Nov. 8 election.
TrumpTV might sound exciting to his millions of followers, but the economics of the modern TV business make it a risky venture for a carrier.
AT&T would seem to be going for broke if it were to attempt to buy Time Warner, a deal that could cost the telecom provider more than $100 billion.
With YouTube's help, Google's reported online TV service can stand out in an increasingly crowded field. But it isn't clear that either cord-cutters or pay-TV subscribers will embrace it.
U.S. stock futures rise and European stocks are mixed following the final U.S. presidential debate and after the European Central Bank leaves rates unchanged.
CBS reportedly has agreed to allow Google to carry its broadcast network as part of streaming pay-TV service, Unplugged, that is certain to shake up media distribution.
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NowThis Studios, which makes content that can't be found on its website, is part of Discovery Communications' $100 million bet on digital distribution.
Wall Street end Friday slightly higher as a rally in the banking sector fades through the afternoon.
Stocks rise on Friday afternoon after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen touted the benefits of running a 'high-pressure economy.'
Stocks move higher on Friday as a series of big banks, including JPMorgan, beat Wall Street estimates.
The presidential election and lingering 'un-grandfathering' price hikes could slow subscriber growth at the streaming video company.
A special committee of Viacom's board has retained Allen & Co. and LionTree to advise the company along with Morgan Stanley on a proposed merger with CBS.
U.S. stocks are higher Monday thanks to a rally in crude oil.
Despite interest sparked by a lewd 2005 recording of Donald Trump, the Republican's second debate with Hillary Clinton attracted fewer viewers than their first encounter.
U.S. stocks rise Monday as Wall Street looks past Sunday's presidential debate and eyes oil and earnings.
U.S. stocks rose early Monday as Wall Street digested Sunday night's bitter presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Pence-Kaine debate was viewed by 37 million people, a sizable audience by today's standards but well short of the 2008 clash between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden.
Senior Notes and Term Loan Form Part of $1.46 Billion of Total Debt Expected To Be Incurred in Connection with the Separation of the CBS Radio Business
Turner adds over-the-top video subscription service, joining the ranks of HBO, CBS and NBC.
CBS and Viacom are considering a merger despite having very different strategies about how to succeed in a fragmenting media market.
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Cramer says the owners of the other television networks may be as undervalued as CBS.
CBS stock was gaining in Tuesday morning trading after UBS increased its rating on shares by two notches.
Four of the five Viacom directors selected to consider a merger with CBS were backed by Sumner and Shari Redstone in an attempted overhaul of the board in June.
Viacom raised $1.3 billion in a bond offering that demonstrated investor hopes for a merger with CBS that might sustain Sumner Redstone's $40 billion media empire.
Stock losses accelerate on Thursday as Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo drag on the financials sector.