The average listener is spending more time with Pandora, and that bodes well for advertising-revenue growth.
Late Thursday, the Justice Department warned Apple and five of the world's biggest publishing companies that they're about to be hit with a lawsuit.
The financial impact of the scandal is minimal as News Corp does not rely on its publishing business for the majority of its value.
The TV licensing business makes up 16% of the value of CBS shares. What happens if streaming takes off?
With diverse holdings in the media sector, this fund trades below net assets and has a double-digit yield.
The Tiffany network needs to account for its aging viewers and the overall changes in people's media habits.
The cable company will score major ad revenue as the Giants and Patriots vie for the NFL title.
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