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Facebook and Google shine with fantastic earnings, Cramer says.
Premium entertainment network EPIX announced a new air date today for the world television premiere of Who the F**k is Arthur Fogel? The documentary will make its World Television Premiere on Wednesday, March 19,...
By steering toward the middle of the road and ignoring provocative, progressive acts, the Grammys have turned into a night of easy listening for voters and viewers scared of change.
All the good stuff was released more than a month ago and Hollywood is spending the next month dumping its trash. Don't let the Golden Globes and Oscars sway you.
Chris Christie and the Super Bowl have made the Garden State a national concern. It's just more reality television from an overexposed state that the U.S. is increasingly tuning out.
The video rental chain's demise was predictable, but the shared experience it created has no replacement.
EPIX, the premium entertainment network, announced today that the EPIX app will be available on the PlayStation®4 (PS4™) system in November 2013.
Unless the market falls more and puts pressure on Congress, a budget deal won't get done, Cramer says.
These companies will buy back stock if there's a default.
Apple is reportedly working with content owners, bypassing cable companies in a bid to own content.
The major U.S. stock averages manage to finish the week higher at new milestone levels even as economic data disappoints.
Capital One, Viacom, Whole Foods and AOL are testing their upside resistance levels.
Often when above-average volume moves into an equity, it precedes a large spike in volatility.
Apple is out of fashion now but it'll come back. In the meantime, maybe it's time for a peasant's revolt.
When pros are on to a good thing but amateurs don't want to hear about it, that's called opportunity. Here are four to consider for Christmas buying.
ShowEast 2012 — Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) and Paramount Pictures, a division of Viacom Inc.
Sports media deals continue to get done, triggering opportunity for long-term investors.
Cramer's upbeat on Viacom and Target but is bearish on RadioShack and Western Digital.
Let's take a look at five companies seeing recent bullish options activity.
Instead of fighting big media for dime-a-dozen content, Apple should build out an empire of premium entertainment and programming.
Romney trusts some of his money with hedge fund managers Karsch, Brosens and Halvorsen.
Here's a look at four stocks that Paulson & Co. bought in the most recently reported quarter.
In light of the Viacom-DirecTV dispute, companies that own sports programming and sports teams become attractive partners as well as targets.
When discussing "value," steer clear of the usual suspects and rethink how you define the word.
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