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Apple takes the New York Times app out of its App Store in China. Facebook Live saw its biggest use yet.
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.
Disney's short-term challenges with ESPN aren't enough to cloud over the catalysts expected to boost shares higher in 2017, according to Evercore.
Sling TV announced "Optimized for Sling TV," a new certification program designed to ensure Sling TV viewers have an optimal experience across platforms.
DISH today unveiled DISH Music, a Hopper-driven feature powered by DTS Play-Fi technology that gives customers the ability to sync music throughout their home using one central control.
DISH customers can soon watch hands-free, voice-controlled TV by pairing a Hopper DVR with the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, both Alexa devices.
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.
The Federal Communications Commission under Donald Trump may relax oversight of content distribution rules, prompting a rash of mergers and acquisitions throughout the media industry.
Here's what technical analysis says these two media giants could see in 2017.
More mega-deals get done, Intel and Nvidia face stiffer competition, and Snapchat receives more scrutiny after a successful IPO, among other forecasts.
Trump, cyber crime, new sources of competition and the need for spectrum will all make a mark on telecommunications in the coming year.
A look at the charts and indicators of T and DISH.
Google's upcoming Unplugged service, which could launch in February, is expected to sell for under $40 a month.
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.
The success of its first Star Wars spin-off and other 'blockbuster-level' film releases make Disney a stock to own, according to Bank of America.
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.
As Yahoo's number of disclosed hacks mount, so do questions for Verizon.
As recovery efforts continue following the devastating wildfires in Tennessee, DISH announced that all customers will have access to watch Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund airing December 13 at 8:00...
DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ:DISH) announced today that the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), the global wireless standards body, formally approved narrowband internet of things (NB-IoT) support for Band 70.
Shares of the network owner have continued to rise, propelled by rising acceptance by management that a merger with its former parent is inevitable and can work.
The main concern in vertical deals like the tie-up with Time Warner is foreclosure, Sen. Mike Lee said, which is denying competing companies access to suppliers and customers.
Although the network has not reached a deal with the new streaming service and has its own CBS All Access, CBS plans to be a part of the platform.
The 21st Century Fox head says the media conglomerate has no plans to offer direct-to-consumer services such as CBS All Access, preferring to embrace the wave of multichannel streaming platforms.
The media company on Thursday announced a deal with the NFL allowing CBS's streaming service to broadcast the highly-sought after football games.
Disney (DIS) might be losing subscribers on its ESPN channel, but it still has a 'buy' rating at Instinet.
The streaming service went live Wednesday with programming from ABC, NBC, Fox and others, but what will holdout CBS do?
The early grades are in, and AT&T's new multichannel steaming service is getting mixed marks.
These stocks -- including Dish Network and CA -- are moving above resistance on improving money flow.