A forensic pathologist featured in a recent docuseries in CBS is sued by Burke Ramsey after advancing to the theory the Ramsey is the one who killed his younger sister, JonBenét, in 1996.
The video messaging application stroke a deal with Viacom on Tusday. Snapchat will be able to hit the mainstream as Viacom will sell its advertising, and Viacom is able to enter the Internet market.
E.F. Greenberg, representing other investors, sued Viacom, CBS, and some of their executives for prioritizing the interest of its 92-year-old executive chairman, Sumner Redstone, more than its shareholders.
Zander Luri is now the new CEO of SurveyMonkey, replacing Bill Veghte. Before joining the online survey company, Lurie was an executive in GoPro.
CBS Corp. Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves announced Tuesday that Apple has hit the pause button in its TV subscription plans. According to Talking New Media, this is a sign that coordinating with broadcasting firms to develop a system for their business plans is harder than what was initially expected.
In an extraordinary meeting held in October 18, Deutsche Bank's supervisory board supplied a reorganization of leadership and structure. Deutsche Bank announced it is restructuring its organization and executive committees.
Cabbie protesters interrupted Stephen Colbert's The Late Show interview with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. The episode was cut short on Thursday. Drivers are accusing Kalanick of destroying their profession.
Investors in some top U.S. media companies have had a rough ride as their shares have lagged the rest of the market. You just wouldn’t know it if you looked at the bank accounts of their top executives.
Apple Inc is in talks with programmers to offer a slimmed-down bundle of TV networks this fall, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
U.S. broadcasting companies CBS Corp and Dish Network Corp reached a multiyear deal on Saturday with CBS agreeing to continue to deliver its programs to Dish's 14 million subscribers.
CBS programming will no longer be available to Dish subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other markets, after CBS Corp (CBS.N) and Dish Network Corp (DISH.O) failed to agree on a new contract.
Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves said in a TV interview that he had met with Dish Network Corp Chairman Charlie Ergen (DISH.O) on Wednesday and that the two were "attempting to make a deal" for the satellite provider to distribute the network's content.
The National Football League's opening game between Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers drew 26.9 million viewers on average, NBC said on Friday, making it one of the most-watched TV programs of the year.
Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures issued an open letter to "60 Minutes" and its network CBS, saying that the segment on clean technology was filled with errors.
The fight between Pay-television companies and major US broadcasters, and TV over Internet startup Aereo would most likely see intervention from the US government, according to a report on Investors Business Daily today.
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