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Rupert’s Choice: Will Fox Bet Its Legacy on Comcast or Disney?

Following the AT&T-Time Warner mega-deal, Comcast came out swinging, challenging Disney’s $52 billion bid for Fox assets with a $65 billion cash offer. Now, as the Magic Kingdom mulls how to counter, the fight could get ugly (and pricey): "Bob Iger would rather lose Mickey Mouse’s right arm than lose Fox to Comcast."

Redstone Family Prevails in Fight for Viacom, Philippe Dauman to Exit

The chief executive has officially been stripped of his duties, ending a months-long legal battle with founder Sumner Redstone for control of the media giant. Longtime exec Tom Dooley takes over on an interim basis.

TV’s New Dilemma: Do Digital Dollars Point To a Diminished Future?

"Stop putting precious content on these platforms," argues an analyst as Disney, Time Warner and others debate the pros and cons of lucrative streaming deals.

The Risks of Riding the Hollywood Theme Park Craze

Jimmy Fallon gets his own attraction as Fox, Lionsgate, Warner Bros. and more enter the crowded space owned by Disney and Universal.

Murdoch Sons’ First Challenges: Fix Fox and Win Over Wall Street

Broadcast TV weakness will be center stage when James and Lachlan take over July 1 and analysts scrutinize any moves as the share price lags behind Hollywood rivals.