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With its stock trading at lofty levels, arrangements like Netflix's licensing deal for originals in China will help it create valuable new revenue streams.
AT&T moves to close its Time Warner acquisition, as a rival carrier tries to bust up its purchase of Straight Path and T-Mobile CEO John Legere trashes the telecom's strategy.
Whether you loved the original or not, these sequels are making their way to a theater near you.
AT&T's DirecTV Now is the company's big bet that internet pay-TV can offset accelerating declines in traditional cable and satellite. On Tuesday, we'll get a peak into how its going.
Two sexual harassment scandals might devastate other brands, but not so with Fox News.
Buying a company like Disney would give Verizon a Magic Kingdom of content studios, cable networks, theme parks and merchandising. But it would not solve the problems facing wireless.
Comic book movies, sequels and animated films are expected to be the biggest hits at the box office this year. TheStreet has compiled 10 of the biggest movies of 2017.
The S&P 500 is trading at historically overvalued levels after the Trump rally of the last five months. These 10 stocks are likely to thrive during the next recession.
The FCC is chipping away at limitations on media ownership, creating new rules likely to spark a new wave of consolidation among TV station owners.
The network is sure to put on a brave face as it enters broadcasts without its top-rated host, but its dominance over cable TV news may never be the same.
Shares of Time Warner opened lower on Thursday following the downgrade of the stock at Pivotal Research.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Gap, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Starbucks.
Sky is already licenced to show HBO shows, including Game of Thrones
Sky has teamed up with HBO, a Time Warner company, on a multi-year production partnership, the biggest pay-TV company in Europe said Thursday alongside its nine month earnings release.
Investors will be listening on Thursday for details on Verizon's unlimited plan, the telecom's ill-received Oath and the potential for a big splash in M&A.
As the mothership struggles, the country's fifth-biggest broadcaster, with its dozen digital properties, aims to be in the vanguard of a hot, new-again business model: e-shopping.
With slightly weak first-quarter subscriber additions offset by solid second-quarter guidance, Netflix's latest report was business as usual. But management's commentary was once more insightful.
Netflix is streaming in a league of its own.
Cramer shares his views on redefining the Trump trade and discusses whether Trump has turned his back on 'America First.'
A strike by the Writer's Guild threatens to accelerate the shift by viewers to video-on-demand services like Netflix away from traditional cable TV.
The magazine publisher ultimately may decide not to sell, in which case CEO Rich Battista can be expected to invest more in the company's new digital platforms.
The unscripted show about exes confronting what drove them apart is the first of many original shows expected to come from Snap and its partners.
New figures suggest Netflix's U.S. reach among streaming services is in a league of its own, and that its usage rates would be tough to match.
The two leading streaming video services are spending hand over fist on content, and it appears to be paying off even as the field grows increasingly crowded.
Not only are many members of the Trump administration incredibly rich, but they are active investors as well.
Alphabet's YouTube TV went live this week, and while the service joins a crowded market for online pay-TV, its potential for growth is enormous.