Live special events remain a competitive advantage for broadcasters in a fragmented market.
Live sports broadcasting is among the most consistent and lucrative revenue drivers for TV companies like Disney, Fox, and NBC.
TV revenue growth will continue to be driven by fees, which have now surpassed ad revenue.
Broadcasters are asking Nielsen to hold off on the implementation of its new local hybrid metric service until its further tested in the marketplace.
Mobile in-app usage should continue to be a major catalyst in the digital advertising segment.
What social networking companies Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are doing to boost growth.
Media companies should continue to do well in the years ahead, with Fox probably continuing to lead the way with its focus on sports and its cable channels.
Increasing uncertainty in the U.S. economy and retail sector points to continued struggles for companies like Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, and Target.
A look at the consequences for CBS, Fox, Comcast and DirecTV if the Supreme Court decides in Aereo's favor.
User-generated videos are becoming a growing part of mature news businesses.
Potential deals and new services are generating interesting trends in radio stocks.
NBC will continue to do well, even in a weak scatter market.
A look at the impact of brand perception on the share price of media companies.
A look at whether or not recent pay-TV subscriber growth is sustainable.
Companies like Disney, Viacom, and Lionsgate have had increasing success at the international box office. Here is what the industry has discovered to drive those numbers up.
Getting rid of Patch was the right move for AOL, as now the company can focus on the proven revenue generator it already has.
Is 21st Century Fox smart for abandoning the pilot season format, or is it an act of desperation?
Now that Fox News owns cable news, will it result in a boost to shareholders in 21st Century Fox?
A look at the 2014 box office forecast and why it should do well even with fewer proven franchise releases.
Box office revenue should continue to climb as the industry maintains its pricing strength.