Fourth-quarter reporting season for media companies is kicking off in the next few weeks, and some analysts are predicting constricted ad growth amid ratings…
Despite disappointing ratings for the Summer Olympics, Comcast is again pulling out all the stops on its pay TV platforms for the Winter Games.
The corporate tax rollback will drive a cumulative $14.4 billion increase in cash flow for Comcast by 2021, according to analyst Craig Moffett.
Rumors of CBS and Viacom recombining have revived, and this time the idea has gained some urgency due to the pace of media industry consolidation.
Cable One announced that it has deployed DOCSIS 3.0-powered 1-gig services to 95% of its residential footprint, which covers around 200 U.S. cities.
An earnings-report-by-earnings-report rundown of who was in the black and who was in the red during the fourth quarter of 2017.
A remerger of CBS Corp. and Viacom would create a powerful negotiating opponent for pay TV, controlling nearly a quarter of the linear TV audience.
Verizon and the NBA entered a multiyear partnership to offer content including live out-of-market games via NBA League Pass and original programming.
Startup vMVPD fuboTV announced a deal with programmatic ad serving platform SpotX.
Amazon is rolling out an update for Fire TV that features a new “On Now” row and live channel guide for its Channels subscribers.