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Comcast Pulls Offer for Fox Assets, Ending Bidding War With Disney
Comcast said it “does not intend to pursue” an acquisition for the bulk of 21st Century Fox, and would instead focus its attention on Sky.
Sinemia drops prices for its movie ticket subscriptions, which now start a $3.99 per month
MoviePass competitor Sinemia is lowering prices on the already low-cost movie ticket subscription plans that it introduced earlier this year. Its monthly prices are being cut by $1 across-the-board.
Spotify’s new tool helps artists and labels reach its playlist editors
Spotify wants give artists and labels and easier way to submit their new music for playlist consideration. The streaming service this morning launched a feature, still in beta, that allows any artists
Comcast drops its pursuit of Fox, making way for Disney acquisition
Comcast announced this morning that it’s halting its efforts to acquire the film and television assets of 21st Century Fox. Disney made a deal to acquire those assets last year, but after a district
Common Sense: How 2 Media Moguls’ Once-Warm Friendship Turned Frigid
Leslie Moonves, the president and chief executive of CBS Corporation, who is locked in a power struggle over the future of the media company.
Can Facebook Bear the Weight of Conservative Media?
A good rule of thumb in business, and in life generally, is that if you find yourself defending Holocaust deniers, you’ve probably taken a wrong turn somewhere. This week, Mark Zuckerberg found
Refinery29's Money Diaries Aren't the 'Revolution' They Promise
On Tuesday, Refinery29 published an entry in their wildly popular Money Diaries series detailing a week in the life of a 21-year-old intern and college student in New York City whose pricey lifestyle
Donald Trump Previews Second Meeting with Vladimir Putin
President Donald Trump reacted Thursday to the latest negative media coverage about his administration, and previewed a second meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
CNN Anchors Speechless After Guest Goes On Long, Coherent Thought
NEW YORK—CNN Anchors Brooke Baldwin and Dana Bash reportedly sat speechless Thursday after their guest Dr. Gina Jimenez went on a long, coherent thought, unleashing a tirade of articulate points
A Look at Key Trends Facing Media and Tech Companies Ahead of Q2 Earnings
At Allen & Co.’s sun-streaked mogulfest in Sun Valley, Idaho, last week, Discovery chief David Zaslav summed up the quandary for traditional media conglomerates in the face of binge-spending
Shocking PETA video features actress comparing animal cruelty, meat consumption to Holocaust
Actress Natalie Portman compared animal cruelty and the consumption of meat to the Holocaust in a video while stumping for PETA. What are the details?…
Really Good Stuff to launch digital learning tool with Fingerprint
Really Good Stuff, a subsidiary of Excelligence Learning and a big supplier of educational tools for teachers, has teamed up with Fingerprint to offer its mobile app Really Good Stuff Digital Learning
Humaneyes Technologies debuts the $400 Vuze XR, a dual camera that captures 360° and VR180 imagery
Humaneyes Technologies has announced a follow-up to its Vuze VR camera, one that captures both 360° (2D) and stereoscopic VR180 (3D) videos and photos. The Vuze XR camera, which will cost around $400
Uber partners with in-car commerce startup Cargo to let riders buy stuff during trips
Uber has announced plans to help drivers earn extra cash by allowing them to sell goods to passengers during trips. The new offering comes as the ride-hailing giant revealed an official tie-up with
Poll: 57 Percent of Americans Think Congress Puts Pleasing Media over Voters
A Rasmussen Reports poll shows that 57 percent of likely American voters believe lawmakers care more about what the media thinks than voters.
FCC vote likely dooms Sinclair-Tribune merger
The FCC has voted to send the proposed sale of Tribune Media properties to Sinclair to a hearing, effectively hammering the second-to-last nail in the coffin on the buyout. The agency's commissioners
‘Top Chef’ contestant prints message about immigrants on his customers’ receipts
Katsuji Tanabe, a “Top Chef” alum who runs six restaurants in the U.S., has a message for those frequenting his eateries: your food comes from…
Join us for this golden age of video journalism: a letter from our editor in chief
Everyone knows we’re living in a golden age of film and television. But we’re now in a similar golden age for video journalism—and it is…
Goldberg ejects Pirro from ‘The View’ after she says Goldberg has ‘Trump derangement syndrome’
Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro appeared on Thursday’s airing of “The View,” but didn’t end up staying long after she said that co-host Whoopi Goldberg suffered…
Independent joins Saudi group to launch Middle East websites
Tie-up raises questions over growing influence of Gulf finance in British mediaThe Independent has joined up with a media group that has close links to the Saudi royal family to launch websites across