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Sumner Redstone, Tenacious Media Mogul, Dies at 97
Sumner Redstone, the hard-charging mogul who parlayed his father’s New England drive-in theater business into a media empire that includes ViacomCBS, has died at age 97.
Charter Broadband Growth Powers Second-Quarter Results
Cable giant Charter Communications posted higher second-quarter financials powered by broadband subscriber gains. It also grew its pay TV subscribers in the period when including customers on special COVID-19 offers.
France Plans to Reopen Movie Theaters on June 22
Cinemas in the country are allowed to gradually begin operating again after the government issued strict COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines.
Hollywood’s Top 20 Dealmakers of 2019
Negotiators behind the frontlines of the streaming wars — from Disney+ acquiring eight extra Marvel films to HBO Max nabbing 'Friends' and 'Big Bang Theory' libraries — talk competing for talent and evolving deals.
MTV EMAs: Camila Cabello Leads Nominations, Followed by Ariana Grande and Post Malone
Camila Cabello, Ariana Grande and Post Malone lead the nominations for the 2018 MTV EMAs, which will be handed out Nov. 4 in Bilbao, Spain.
Buying Into Univision Might Be Muy Bueno for Liberty’s John Malone
The aggressive investor could be looking to supercharge efforts by his companies to provide Spanish-language content to an underserved domestic market that is 60 million strong and growing.
How Serious Is Lionsgate About Making 7 ‘Power Rangers’ Films?
"Seven films is delusional. Anyone who knows this business will find it a good run if three in a row are successful," says Vogel Capital Management CEO Hal Vogel.
Yellow Pages Parent Company to Bid for Yahoo (Report)
Yahoo is seeking a buyer for some or all of its assets and bids are due by the end of Monday.
Oscars: Emmanuel Lubezki Becomes First Cinematographer to Win Three Consecutive Academy Awards
He has now won Academy Awards for 'The Revenant,' 'Birdman' and 'Gravity.'
New ‘Spectre’ Trailer Takes James Bond to Mexico City
"It was me, James, the author of all your pain."
Ralph Roberts, Comcast Founder, Dies at 95
The father of chairman and CEO Brian Roberts was one of the pioneers of the U.S. cable industry.
Hollywood CEO Pay Report: Who’s Up, Who’s Down
Six of nine big-media leaders saw their share price fall, but only two suffered lower compensation (Fox and Sony are still to come).