It's Official: Verizon Fios Becomes First Pay-TV Provider to Offer Customized Program Packages
The company is offering customers the ability to select channel packs from different genres.
Sky Earnings, Subscribers Rise in Second Report Since Euro Pay TV Deals
The pan-European pay TV giant, in which Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox owns a 39 percent stake, reports its strongest U.K. subscriber performance in 11 years.
China Box Office: 'Furious 7' on Track to Beat 'Transformers' Record
The Universal movie looks ready to surpass the $320 million earned by Paramount's 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' last year.
Discovery CEO David Zaslav to Be Nominated to Televisa Board
Lionsgate chief Jon Feltheimer also will be nominated to Televisa's board of directors at an upcoming shareholders' meeting.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Was Paid $175,399 in 2014
As CFO, the incoming executive, Anthony Noto, was paid $72.8 million.
Yahoo First-Quarter Profits Fall Short of Expectations
- In Big Ruling, Sony Beats 'Iron Man' Composer's Lawsuit
- Robert Rodriguez Drops Lawsuit Against 'Sin City 2' Russian Producers
- Directors' Restaurant Project Gets Support But No Cash From Russia
- Brett Ratner: More Must Be Done to Fight Bigotry, Prejudice and Anti-Semitism
- Antitrust Lawsuit Accuses AMC Entertainment of Hurting Hispanic Community By Studio Pacts
- Lucian Grainge, Ari Emanuel, Peter Chernin to Host Technology Innovators Forum
Katy Perry Left Shark Design Rejected By Trademark Examiner
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'Ashby': Tribeca Review
Mickey Rourke is a hitman-cum-mentor to lonely kid Nat Wolff
'Avengers: Age of Ultron': Film Review
Joss Whedon tries to top 2012's 'The Avengers' with the new installment, which finds the all-star Marvel superheroes dispatching the remnants of the nasty HYDRA organization.
‘Applesauce’: Tribeca Review
Indie filmmaker Onur Tukel toplines and directs this Brooklyn-set relationship comedy
'Happyish': TV Review
Steve Coogan stepped in for Philip Seymour Hoffman to play an ad executive who fears he'll be replaced by the young idea men brought in to freshen up the agency.
'Road to Juarez': Film Review
Debut director David Ponce de Leon goes south of the border with this rites-of-passage action thriller set in the badlands of Mexico