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Twitter said that the incident was an accident.
With T set to report after the close, we are keeping a close eye on key support, although we still view the underlying story as favorable on a long-term basis.
Otter Media is a three-year old joint venture that includes stakes in the MLB Network, NHL Network and the Game Show Network.
Media investors will be watching to see whether cable TV subscriber declines in the second quarter were even worse than forecast.
Tossing the Time Warner name from the marquee would mark a big change from one of the telecom's formative deals.
What to listen for as AT&T's Randall Stephenson and Verizon's Lowell McAdam run down second-quarter results this week.
The Trump administration is looking to toss out current rules that bar Internet service providers from blocking or slowing down web traffic.
U.S. stock futures turn higher on Tuesday following earnings from Alphabet.
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The YouTube TV streaming service appears to have gotten off to a strong start, further proof that consumers are moving away from traditional pay-TV services.
Democrats asked for merger guidelines that take a 'broader, longer-term view" and 'strong presumptions that market concentration can result in anti-competitive conduct.'
The early-stage discussions hint that government lawyers are nearly finished reviewing how AT&T's acquisition of the HBO and CNN parent would shape the media sector.
Wall Street's first glimpse at the second quarter.
The table is set for a surge in media consolidation, says Ropes & Gray's Paul Scrivano.
We fine-tuned our holdings this week, taking advantage of the market's continued climb.
Jonathan Heller writes that three months in, it's time to check in on the progress (or lack thereof) of his Growing Dividends with Stock Buybacks Portfolio.
Tech always top of mind for TheStreet.
CEO John Legere blasted rivals, as usual.
John Legere is a fun follow.
The owner of Discovery Channel, TLC and Animal Planet needs to get larger to survive in a shrinking universe for pay-TV.
The Wall Street Journal reported the pair have resumed merger talks.
Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and Comcast will likely catch shade from T-Mobile CEO John Legere on Wednesday.
Agree with him or not, you've got to respect his Twitter game.
However, not everyone is climbing aboard; meanwhile, how will streaming media consumption affect others?