Netflix’s profit quadrupled but Wall Street was looking for stronger subscriber growth.
Future of TV
Will someone please think of the children? In the ongoing battle for the future of the living room, that’s exactly what Netflix and Amazon are doing. While shows like political drama House of Cards, resurrected sitcom Arrested …
YouTube is quietly brokering deals with major sports leagues in hopes of establishing itself as the top sports destination online. The move could shake up the pay-TV world
MTV used to be a parent-free zone, but over the last several years the network has overhauled its programming to cater to a generation that views Mom and Dad more as friends than enemies.
Millennials are tech-savvy, thrifty and more likely to stream entertainment online than other Americans. Have they abandoned the tube for good?
News Corp.’s flagship Fox network might cease broadcasting over the U.S. public airwaves if the company’s dispute with upstart challenger Aereo isn’t resolved, a senior company official warned Monday. News Corp. COO Chase Carey …
Consumers aren’t falling out of love with their TVs. More likely, they can’t justify replacing the big new TV they purchased not long ago, or they’ve run out of places to put yet another screen.
The Bible, the five-part, 10-hour miniseries on History, which aired its final episode Sunday, has become the biggest cable television hit of the year. It brought in almost 13 million viewers the first night and consistently …
Comcast’s $16.7 billion deal to purchase the remaining half of NBCUniversal from General Electric solidifies the cable and broadband giant’s role as a media titan and represents a triumph for CEO Brian Roberts, whose father