From HuffPost Live to new CBS and MSNBC digital networks, here’s TheWrap’s Streaming 101 guide
George Pyne’s new venture — aligned with WPP — is a privately held media, sports, marketing and branded lifestyle company
Michael Jackson’s estate, which owns the Fab Four’s publishing, is part of a Sony Corp. partnership
“Morning Joe” co-host subtly pokes at his network on not covering positive news surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
Rudy Giuliani Blasts MSNBC Contributor for Calling Him White Supremacist: He’s a ‘Racial Demagogue’ (Video)
“I’d like to see if Dr. Dyson has ever saved as many lives in his community as I’ve saved,” says former New York City Mayor...
The Oscar-winning screenwriter’s take on the Apple co-founder’s life will only take place during three high-profile product launches
The half-hour daily talk show premieres Oct. 5
Bloomberg Cancels Weekly Talk Show ‘Political Capital,’ Lays Off Production and Print Staff in Washington, D.C.
Update: Bloomberg is closing television operations in Los Angeles to focus TV resources in San Francisco
The online tech journalist is moving to the business and financial news firm to spearhead new digital projects
"For the first time in the history of the world more people will die from over-eating than under-eating this year," Bloomberg says
The rules would have prevented theaters, stadiums and eateries in the city's five boroughs from selling sugary colas that are larger than 16 ounces.
George Lucas tells Bloomberg Businessweek that deals were signed or in final negotiations with the actors before Disney bought Lucasfilm
Aereo will expand into 22 markets this year and wants to get on videogame consoles
Businessweek predicted what the president will look like in four years — and it gives Tina Brown's aged Princess Diana cover a run for its...
Businessweek, known for its flashy covers, isn't subtle when it comes to linking the East Coast disaster with climate change
Ban could inspire other cities to limit drinks
Movie theaters are fighting back against upcoming vote that would impact a staple of the moviegoing experience
Variety is on the block, but neither analysts nor consultants see an easy fit for the struggling Hollywood trade
Lex Fenwick, a 25-year Bloomberg veteran, will oversee the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires and other properties
Studio weighs divesting itself from Break Media
Fred Armisen tries to make nice with protesters — kind of
Its current pact with Paramount is due up in 2012
Wants Bloomberg TV put in the cable giants “news neighborhoods” in 35 major markets
After 13 years with head-count chopping lawyer at the helm of ABC News, maybe Bob Iger ought to consider hiring an accountant
Controversial post accidentally removed by “automated system”