Even in an on-demand world, networks will debut new seasons of more than 50 series in one week. Here’s why.
The independent studio will provide a big boost to the network that airs “Outlander” and “Power.”
Production for shows like "Game of Thrones" is only half the battle. International rights are big business.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has been on a crusade against set-top boxes, which trends suggest may not even exist in the near future.
Could “Game of Thrones” and its $100 million budget make their own exit? And what about the Scots of “Outlander”?
“Vinyl” has flopped and “Game of Thrones” will end someday, but that doesn’t mean the premium channel’s days are numbered.
The TV industry hinges on the viewing habits of just 40,000 households measured by Nielsen. Anna Waigand lived in one.
Usage of the service is nearly eight times that of nearest competitor Amazon Video, according to traffic analysis from Sandvine.
Media mogul Sumner Redstone has already removed Philippe Dauman from the company's board. Taking the next step could get expensive.
Philippe Dauman, who had been chairman since February, was among five directors removed by media mogul Sumner Redstone.
NBC's “Late Night With Seth Meyers” has emerged as the unlikeliest of broadcast late-night shows: essential nightly viewing.
No other company besides Dish Network shows the same willingness to fight higher fees, at the cost of huge programming blackouts.
Men who haven't had sex with other men for 12 months can donate blood, but gay rights activists say that isn't enough.
The streaming service looks to remind Emmy voters about the comedy series with For Your Consideration ads.
However, free shipping is rarely free, and retailers have to weigh the costs and benefits of offering it to their customers.
Depending on the series, viewing for series done outside the seven-day window advertisers pay for can range from 16 to 51 percent.
The massacre in Orlando that left 50 dead is one of just three mass shootings associated with radical Islam in the last two years.
In their CNBC series “West Texas Investors Club,” Butch Gilliam and Rooster McConaughey look to put the conscience back into investing.
Subscription-only online video services in the U.S. — Netflix and the like — will be raking in $10.4 billion a year by 2020, but traditional TV is still king, says a report.
How do you market a show about a character who loathes marketing? Ask fans to spend $118 on light-up sneakers.