With its $3.8 billion purchase of DreamWorks, Comcast unit NBCUniversal gets beloved characters to help it compete with Disney in China's theme park sector.
Under the deal, DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg would become chairman of a digital-focused arm of the combined company.
Apple reported its first revenue decline in 13 years, while Twitter slumped after its revenue missed expectations.
Thanks to better customer service and a nifty new cable system, pay TV’s biggest provider keeps growing.
The cable giant may spend more than $3 billion to acquire the animation studio behind “Kung Fu Panda 3,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
New data from Symphony Advanced Media show a returning series can see an 11 percent increase in new viewers thanks to Netflix.
The Philadelphia cable giant is expected to add pay-TV subscribers for the second consecutive quarter.
Dish was willing to let Viacom pull its networks off the air if the two sides could not reach a new contract.
To attract “select advertisers,” the Comcast-owned network plans to use data from Comcast set-top boxes and other sources.
Internet service providers cannot collect information about customers’ web-surfing habits without permission, federal regulators decided.
Under a plan facing a vote Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission could help millions of low-income people get online.
NBC said in a statement Tuesday that the games, which start Aug. 5, were on pace to generate the biggest Olympics advertising sales ever.
The FCC is repackaging and selling the rights to airwaves mobile companies will use to beef up network speed and capacity.
While cord-cutting is clearly a threat, the time for companies like Time Warner to panic hasn’t quite arrived, some analysts say.
Rising programming costs have small cable operators wondering if it’s time for them to get out of TV altogether.
Reports of cable's death have been greatly exaggerated, as Comcast becomes the second company to report Q4 video growth.