Sony Pictures Television will become the first prominent Hollywood studio to produce a new show specifically for Netflix.
The social network is trying to get more money out of its mountain of data.
The Web has made technology journalism a much more personality-driven, raucous place. People are brands, and brands are only as good as their people.
The sports network has widespread influence over games, scheduling and team matchups as part of its lucrative coverage, reports say.
The Qatar-funded news network promises less opinion, less yelling, fewer celebrity sightings -- and far fewer commercials.
Now that News Corp. has formally split in two, it's put-up or shut-up time for the new old company.
While it still has the most viewers in cable news, they're getting older than the demographic most advertisers target.
The pop culture event draws in around 130,000 people, as well as the cream of the entertainment and tech industries. It also generates around $180 million annually.
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