AOL will buy video advertising platform Adap.tv for $405 million in cash
and stock, the online company's biggest deal since leaving Time Warner.
Thanks to changing demographics, more Hispanics are turning to English language media to get their news, a new study shows.
Sony has rejected a proposal by
U.S. hedge fund Third Point to sell a part of its entertainment arm, the company said Tuesday.
Competition from the Internet for
ad revenues was a main driver behind the sale of
Washington Post newspaper assets, according
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is buying the Washington Post, the newspaper reported Monday.
Comcast Corp. wowed Wall Street with strong quarterly results that
beat analysts' expectations, buoyed by steady growth in subscribers, innovative technology for TV and Wi-Fi, and boffo box office from hit films and TV shows.
As viewership for broadcast television continues to decline, NBC executives unveil their Fall schedule.
With the U.S. Hispanic population projected
to make up one in three
Americans by 2060, advertising revenue is expected
to far exceed the $6.3 billion currently spent on advertising to Hispanics. So, to do it in English or Spanish?
RadioactiveGiant CEO Albert Sandoval launched the Southern California studio based on a multiscreen distribution system.
The San Francisco Fox affiliate got majorly pranked when it reported the names of the pilots of crashed Asiana Flight 214.
A new ad campaign for the 2013 Dodge Dart is targeting multicultural millennials with a Spanish/English ad campaign featuring Pitbull. "ĄDale!"
Television advertising is starting to see some serious competition from online
video advertising in terms of effectiveness.
U.S. media giant Tribune Company said Wednesday it would divide its broadcasting
and publishing divisions into two companies with separate company boards.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is leaving the desk at "The View" for the couch on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends."
The use of tax credits to lure production of the Netflix series "House of Cards" to Maryland has renewed a nationwide debate among lawmakers over the benefits of offering high-dollar incentives to encourage Hollywood to come to them.