Two shows in production, three in development, a film directing gig, and a new novel. Why does everybody love him?
Jeff Lucas, who'd been with Viacom for more than a decade, is jumping ship in the middle of the busy TV dealmaking season.
Life without cable is neither as cheap nor as easy as it’s cracked up to be, if you’re a TV fanatic. Here’s why.
Philippe Dauman is fighting his sudden removal by chairman emeritus Sumner Redstone from the trust that would control most of Viacom’s shares, but it might not be enough.
Networks are trying to bring back viewers by running fewer commercials. But will advertisers go for the idea?
The Worldwide Leader in Sports is once again trying to sell advertisers on out-of-home viewing backed by Nielsen.
Much of the $70 billion TV advertising marketplace depends on what happens during a single week in New York in May.
Big digital shops broke the traditional TV upfront mold for once, but they still cling to the language of TV ratings.
Amazon Video Direct, which launched this week, could become a formidable opponent for YouTube — but monopolies are not undone overnight.
Now anyone can upload videos to Amazon, courtesy of Amazon Direct Video, and even make money off them.
As advertisers look for fast-forward-proof commercials, TV producers — such as those at Fox’s “Empire” — are increasingly becoming ad creatives themselves.
Adhering to various regulations now costs $84,671 per new home, a rise of nearly 30 percent since 2011, a report said.
CEO Susan Wojcicki isn’t wrong about the service’s popularity among the demographic. It’s just a weird comparison to make.
CEO Carsten Spohr has his eyes on two airline groups to add to the German carrier’s already massive fleet.
Brothers Alex and Tim Foley discovered their parents were Russian spies, in a twist only slightly stranger than fiction.
Merchants who don’t have chip-compliant payment systems will no longer get reimbursed by banks for purchases made with counterfeit cards.
After years of saying the future is video on demand, online video companies are clamoring to add live packages to their offerings.
With a live TV service in the works and HBO-like originals such as “The Path” and “The Mindy Project,” Hulu is challenging Amazon and Netflix.
The company, struggling amid TV industry changes, is increasingly relying on unconventional partnerships, such as with Snapchat — and now Roku.
Under the deal, DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg would become chairman of a digital-focused arm of the combined company.