Analysis: Investments in content are eating into profit as digital heavyweights like Netflix position themselves for the future
The owner of the Discovery Channel, TLC and Animal Planet continues to profit in spite of OWN
The Walt Disney Company will suffer a $200 million write-down, but most analysts still rate the stock a "buy"
Higher ad revenue helps slow AOL's revenue decline and pushes the company past Wall Street's forecasts
Wall Street not impressed with $34M opening of studio's latest animated feature, "Puss in Boots"
"Media companies haven’t taken enough risks in the past 15 years, and they're paying the price for it today"
Revenues climb 52 percent and profits jump 55 percent during the second quarter, but failed to meet Wall Street expectations
Revenue rises to $9.03 billion due to jump in advertising
With the studio's share price shifting dramatically with every new film, Morgan Stanley advises its clients to find media stocks with more diversified portfolios
It's time for Hollywood to make movies about heroic, ethical business leaders
Disney's Jamie Lee Curtis/Sigourney Weaver comedy "You Again" also in the mix
Actor appears on "Late Show," shocks audience with diagnosis
Revenue falls 26 percent as company continues turnaround attempt
Snooki, The Situation, and the rest of the gang officially kick off trading by ringing NYSE bell
E-commerce giant's profits up 45 percent, but higher costs cut into margins
"Toy Story 3" is the latest to experience diminishing returns from the format, report notes; excessive ticket prices blamed
Tracking is off from films 2 and 3; analysts prep for DreamWorks share-price shellacking
Most tumbled, but it could've been much, much worse
Michael Lewis' "The Big Short," explaining how the financial meltdown happened, would make an enlightening movie
Lots of American stars, but focus on competition at the 63rd festival is international
Shares drop over 9% after $43.3M weekend premiere, but Monday performance hints that strong word-of-mouth could be sparking the film
Company gives first earnings report outside of the Time Warner bubble
Interview? It was a pantsing by Jon Stewart. I have no idea why CNBC Mad Money-man Jim Cramer decided to go on Comedy Central to...