New Mexico may pass a tax-credit law to lure more productions like 'Breaking Bad,' and it wouldn't be the first. Do these schemes really work?
It's suing Viacom over bundling little-watched networks with big ones. But don't expect to stop paying for channels you don't use anytime soon.
The company's new policy against firearms advertising applies only to local spots on national cable channels. Ads will linger on cable and newspapers.
The cable giant assumes full control of the entertainment conglomerate for $16.7 billion.
The streaming service pads its lead among children, but adds to its multibillion-dollar content costs and debt.
The parent company of the video-rental service sees profits plunge 27%, and isn't expecting much growth anytime soon.
The talk show queen's struggling cable channel is making big bucks from ad sales.
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