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What Snap’s Revenue Warning May Mean for Media Companies and Advertising

The likes of Roku, Paramount's Pluto TV and Fox's Tubi could be "hardest hit initially," says one Wall Street expert. And a digital ad expert argues, "the read-through is most negative for Twitter."

‘Masked Singer’ Reveals Champion After Controversial Season

The Fox series crowned its season seven winner, which came a month after Rudy Giuliani's appearance spurred backlash.

Fox Is Happy to Stay Out of the Streaming Wars “Bloodbath,” Says CEO Lachlan Murdoch

Free, advertising-supported platforms are "definitely a better business than SVOD," he adds.

‘911,’ ‘The Resident’ Close Renewal Deals at Fox

The two dramas will air their sixth seasons in 2022-23 after late-arriving pickups.

‘911,’ ‘The Resident’ in Limbo as Fox Unveils 2022-23 Roster

The network also opts not to release a fall schedule, instead focusing on its cross-platform portfolio.

‘Our Kind of People,’ ‘Pivoting’ Canceled at Fox

The two shows lasted a single season apiece.

‘The Simpsons’ Takes on ‘Succession’ With Some Help From Cousin Greg (Exclusive)

In “Meat Is Murder,” Grampa Simpson finds himself revisiting his past and a business venture that could have changed his life.

Tom Brady to Join Fox Sports as Lead NFL Analyst Once Playing Career Ends

Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch announced the move Tuesday.

Strong Advertising Performance at Tubi and Fox News Drives Fox Corp. Earnings

Ad revenues at Fox's cable division was up 20 percent from last year, while the TV segment was up 6 percent thanks to Tubi and the NFL.

How Much Sports Matter (or Don’t) to Network Viewership

Fox and NBC got more than a quarter of their primetime audience this season from live sports, while ABC and CBS are less dependent.

TV Upfronts: Burning Questions for Broadcast Networks

Beyond filling programming gaps amid a shift to streaming, executives have been grappling with some bigger brand-identity concerns ahead of this month’s annual pitch to advertisers.

Amid Streaming Boom, Some Companies Love Linear TV

Betting that they can’t compete with Netflix and hoping a diversified approach is more lucrative, A+E, Fox Corp. and AMC Networks are leaning into the cable bundle (and ad-supported streaming).