CBS says Dish customers will soon lose access to CBS programming if the two companies don't reach a new deal for carrying the network by Thursday.
Streaming video-on-demand purveyors like Netflix and Amazon.com are set to open their wallets a lot wider for content. The stream is about to become a gush.
Funny or Die, which says it has received unsolicited offers for the satiric site, could fetch $100 million to $300 million.
AMC Networks agrees to pay $200 million for a 49.9 percent stake in BBC America and would take operational control of the cable television channel.
Channels such as Cartoon Network and CNN are no longer part of Dish's programming lineup as a deadline passes to renew a pact with Turner Broadcasting.
TV adaptations for the big screen have a mixed history with U.S. audiences.
Amazon.com appears to be close to settling a nearly two-month dispute with Walt Disney during which Amazon stopped offering Disney DVDs for preorder.
Disney is shutting down the Studio Backlot Tour. Could a ride tied to Marvel, Cars or Star Wars take its place to draw tourists to Florida?
The proposed 21st Century Fox-Time Warner deal is just another in a long line of potential corporate weddings that never quite made it to the altar.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg is returning to lead the financial data and news company he founded in 1981 but left to serve three terms in City Hall.
Robin Williams leaves behind a legacy of Hollywood success that spanned decades and generated billions of dollars.
CEO Reed Hastings is softening Netflix's tone against HBO in the battle for premium video market supremacy.
Consumer Reports, which last year gave top marks to electric carmaker Tesla's Model S sedan, now says the car has had more than its share of problems.
Twitter has hired a strong chief financial officer, but it needs more engaged users to combat its massive red ink.
Even though Rupert Murdoch's $76 billion bid for Time Warner has been rejected, it doesn't mean how you watch TV shows and movies will soon stop changing.
Twenty-First Century Fox says it offered to buy Time Warner, a move that would unite two powerful media conglomerates, but Time Warner rebuffed its offer.
They make for strange bedfellows, but Apple and IBM, which once competed in the personal computer era, are now teaming up in the digital age.
The wildly popular Game of Thrones TV series has spurred tourists' interest in visiting Croatia, where much of the epic TV fantasy is set.
CNBC is not fast enough, not deep enough and not accountable enough to give ordinary investors the information they need. Long live the alternatives.
Victims and the families of General Motors' faulty ignition switch will find out how much compensation they get, based on decisions made by Ken Feinberg.
Comedian Chelsea Handler will start out with some specials and graduate in 2016 to Netflix's first talk show.
To boost its leverage in intense contract negotiations, Amazon has made it harder to order new Hachette books and Warner movies. But the plan may backfire.
Netflix -- known for knocking heads with cable firms and Internet service providers -- is now worried about another video disruptor: Aereo. It shouldn't be.