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Shares Outstanding 429.70M
Market Cap 26.78B
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Prices for Super Bowl Ads Have Surged 12,000% Since 1967

Prices for Super Bowl Ads Have Surged 12,000% Since 1967

Prices for a 30-second Super Bowl ad are up nearly 12,000% over the past 50 years.

Disney, CBS and Twitter Downgraded on 'Capital-Destroying' Risks Associated With Trump

Disney, CBS and Twitter Downgraded on 'Capital-Destroying' Risks Associated With Trump

The three were among several other tech and media stocks downgraded due to 'political risks' arising from Trump's impending administration.

Apple May Be Planning Big Push Into Original Content in 2017

Apple May Be Planning Big Push Into Original Content in 2017

The tech giant has reportedly approached Hollywood producers about offering original TV shows and movies on Apple Music by the end of the year.

Game on: Scout Media Can Pursue Discovery Against Jim Heckman

Game on: Scout Media Can Pursue Discovery Against Jim Heckman

The college sports website network operator has accused its former chief executive of sabotaging its relationships with its team site publishers.

Scout Media and Ex-CEO Jim Heckman Dig Heels In For Deposition Battle

Scout Media and Ex-CEO Jim Heckman Dig Heels In For Deposition Battle

The college sports website operator has accused its founder of interfering in its auction process.

Golden Globe Awards on Sunday First Stop on Glittery Road to Oscar Riches

Golden Globe Awards on Sunday First Stop on Glittery Road to Oscar Riches

"La La Land," "Moonlight" and "Manchester by the Sea" are expected to get the biggest box office boost from the awards show.

Apple's App Trouble in China; Facebook's New Record -- Tech Roundup

Apple's App Trouble in China; Facebook's New Record -- Tech Roundup

Apple takes the New York Times app out of its App Store in China. Facebook Live saw its biggest use yet.

Hiring Megyn Kelly Caps Comeback Year for NBC News

Hiring Megyn Kelly Caps Comeback Year for NBC News

The hiring of Megyn Kelly away from Fox News is all about securing a steady business model for a media company heavily invested in news.

Content Partners' $400 Million Deal to Buy Revolution Studios Shows Even Old Content Can Sell

Content Partners' $400 Million Deal to Buy Revolution Studios Shows Even Old Content Can Sell

Revolution hasn't made a film in 10 years but still commands a steep price for its 126 movies and 240 TV shows.

Comcast Dives Deeper Into Video Metadata With Watchwith Deal

Comcast Dives Deeper Into Video Metadata With Watchwith Deal

Continuing a series of recent metadata deals, Comcast acquires the San Francisco company for undisclosed terms to add to its video search capabilities.

Why You Will Now Be Able to Watch Live CBS Football Games on Hulu

Why You Will Now Be Able to Watch Live CBS Football Games on Hulu

CBS will join Hulu's live-TV streaming service, proving it's not against digital pay-TV platforms -- it just wants to be paid for it, as CEO Leslie Moonves would say.

Hulu Inks Agreement With CBS Corporation To Add Leading Networks To Upcoming Live TV Service

Hulu Inks Agreement With CBS Corporation To Add Leading Networks To Upcoming Live TV Service

CBS Corp. Joins 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company and Turner Networks In Hulu's New Live TV Offering

Why Apple Could Lead Some Blockbuster Media Deals in 2017

Why Apple Could Lead Some Blockbuster Media Deals in 2017

Thanks to President-elect Trump's promise of corporate tax cuts, Spotify, MGM, T-Mobile, Pandora and Epix could all be on the acquisition block.

21st Century Fox Absorbing Megyn Kelly's Departure, So Far

21st Century Fox Absorbing Megyn Kelly's Departure, So Far

Although Fox News is certain to be closely watched for ratings weakness following the journalist's exit, the impact on Fox shares isn't likely to be nearly as far-reaching.

5 Great Media Stocks for 2017

5 Great Media Stocks for 2017

With the pay-TV landscape continuing to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts are singling out their top media stocks ahead of the new year.

CBS, Netflix Among Top Media Picks of Wall Street Analysts for 2017

CBS, Netflix Among Top Media Picks of Wall Street Analysts for 2017

CBS, Netflix and AMC Entertainment are among the top media picks of Wall Street analysts for the new year.

DirecTV Now Becomes Just Another Pay-TV Service as Promotional Offer Nears End

DirecTV Now Becomes Just Another Pay-TV Service as Promotional Offer Nears End

DirecTV Now is starting to look like just another pay-TV service, suffering outages while pulling back on its initial offer of 100 channels at $35 per month.

Viacom May Need to Sell Logo, TV Land, CMT or Even VH1

Viacom May Need to Sell Logo, TV Land, CMT or Even VH1

CEO Bob Bakish needs cash to lower debt and invest in new programming, especially at Viacom's MTV network. His best option may be selling some other networks, even VH1.

5 Great Media Stocks for 2017

5 Great Media Stocks for 2017

As the pay-TV landscape continues to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts single out their top media stock picks for the new year.

Google Lines up CBS, Disney, Fox for Unplugged Streaming Video Service

Google Lines up CBS, Disney, Fox for Unplugged Streaming Video Service

Google's upcoming Unplugged service, which could launch in February, is expected to sell for under $40 a month.

Who Will Survive the Ever-Crowded Market for Subscription Video-on-Demand?

Who Will Survive the Ever-Crowded Market for Subscription Video-on-Demand?

Just as live sports reshaped the pay-TV business, fuboTV CEO David Gandler says his soccer-focused service will do the same for subscription streaming video.

CBS Swallows AMC Networks, Viacom Unloads Paramount and More 2017 Media Predictions

CBS Swallows AMC Networks, Viacom Unloads Paramount and More 2017 Media Predictions

As 2017 comes into view, we offer some media industry predictions at a time when content companies and pay-TV operators are playing musical chairs, hoping not to be left behind.

Disney Hitches 'Star Wars' Franchise to 'Rogue One' Spinoff

Disney Hitches 'Star Wars' Franchise to 'Rogue One' Spinoff

Disney needs the latest entry in the saga to boost film and consumer product earnings and lift its theme park and ABC operations.

Here Are the 2017 Golden Globe Nominees

Here Are the 2017 Golden Globe Nominees

The nominees for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Monday morning; the winners will be named at a live ceremony on Jan. 8 at the Beverly Hilton hotel.

Golden Globe Nominations Begin Film Studios' Race for Real Prize of Oscar Nomination

Golden Globe Nominations Begin Film Studios' Race for Real Prize of Oscar Nomination

Studios will spent $1 million or more to campaign for Oscar nominations to boost box office.

Viacom Awards Philippe Dauman $93 Million as Sumner Redstone Leaves Board

Viacom Awards Philippe Dauman $93 Million as Sumner Redstone Leaves Board

Sumner Redstone, 93, will step down from the Viacom board though he remain chairman emeritus.

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Hawaii Is Good but Alaska's Better

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Hawaii Is Good but Alaska's Better

Jim Cramer says Hawaiian Holdings is 'pretty good,' but Alaska Air is even better.

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: How to Play Leapfrog in This Fast-Moving Market

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: How to Play Leapfrog in This Fast-Moving Market

Jim Cramer says stocks keep leapfrogging their peers in sectors like airlines and semiconductors.