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The early grades are in, and AT&T's new multichannel steaming service is getting mixed marks.
There will be no deal between CBS and Viacom unless CBS investors are rewarded, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer was 'very surprised' to see that CBS will not be offered in AT&T's new DirecTV Now packages.
AT&T will unveil its multichannel streaming service DirecTV Now on Monday, the latest entry in the race to grab market share in online pay-TV.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick will receive a lower base salary but could bring home more than $56 million in stock under a new payment plan.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how Apple is still a short for him and that the market is still resistant.
Dish Network's Sling TV is eager to pass the 1 million subscriber mark, securing a deal with the cable giant to upsell the skinny bundle through its X1 set-top box.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Abercrombie & Fitch, CBS and McKesson, and an upgrade for Analog Devices.
With TV networks controlling the rights to the best sports content, Amazon's rumored sports package might not be too disruptive. But it could give Prime members another reason to renew.
The addition of the video metadata company will bolster Hulu's ability to suggest programming ahead of the launch of its live TV service early next year.
The Time Warner studio takes full control of the video gamer enthusiast site as Warner Bros. seeks to bolster its digital video offerings.
AT&T's streaming platform won't be a skinny bundle, but it will be marketed to young people, especially in urban areas where its DirecTV satellite service has found little traction.
The U.S. media company has acquired Spanish-language channel Televisión Federal in an effort to expand its presence in Argentina and Latin America.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq shake off recent pressure to move higher on Tuesday as crude oil gives the energy sector a big boost.
Stock futures inch higher again on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average looks to extend gains for its seventh session in a row.
Sinclair Broadcasting, Tribune Media and Tegna could be big winners if a Trump administration moved to loosen laws limiting the concentration of media ownership.
Stocks close at session highs on Wednesday as the idea of a Trump presidency settles in. Financial and health care sectors lead the market.
Stocks post solid gains Wednesday after plunging overnight following Donald Trump's surprising victory in the U.S. presidential race.
Television and film stocks fell Wednesday morning on concerns that uncertainties about a Trump administration would prompt advertisers to pull back on spending and halt progress on mergers and acquisitions.
Viacom's media network and Paramount Pictures units saw revenue slide in the fiscal fourth quarter, largely as a result of weak performance and ad sales.
Stocks turn positive Wednesday as investors gauge a Donald Trump presidency on markets. Drug, biotech and financial stocks jump.
Stock futures fall on Wednesday as voters elect Donald Trump as the next U.S. president.
Shares of Viacom were slightly lower on Tuesday as the media conglomerate prepares to announce fourth quarter results before the bell on Wednesday.
'You can't get blood from a Trump,' says Gray Television CEO Hilton Howell, Jr., of the GOP candidate's impact on political spending.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves won't support a deal that's not in the benefit of its shareholders, Cramer said.
Les Moonves will not let anything bad happen to CBS shareholders so investors can feel reassured, says Jim Cramer.