Time Warner Inc. posted 87% gain in net income for the second quarter of 2013, citing strong performance of Warner Bros.'s “Man of Steel” reboot and record quarterly revenue for cablers. Media…
Liberty Media Earnings
Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said large media companies are "essentially monopolies" whose market power is pushing pay TV providers toward consolidation — and added that a merger with DirecTV…
Subscriber declines don't matter much when those who stick around pay more than ever. But how much longer can these companies continue to defy gravity?
Starz's stock took a hit Thursday morning after the newly spunoff cable channel group unveiled first quarter earnings that came in under analysts' expectations.
Back from the brink of bankruptcy, the satellite radio giant is on the hunt for $2 billion of its own shares and a new CEO.
Time Warner, it seems, ran out of time for Time. The conglom on Wednesday announced plans to unload its publishing division, a move that comes as other film and TV congloms are also shedding print…
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht didn't talk and wasn't asked about his company getting bought but said it has lots of cash, a strong balance sheet and will itself be prowling for partners to ramp up…
Liberty Media dipped into its wallet and acquired another 50 million shares of SiriusXM, putting it over the 50% mark to close the circle as its push to take over the satellite radio broadcaster…
In a challenging economic environment, Starz has become a solid performer for Liberty Media, whose holdings include DirecTV, Overture Films, Anchor Bay and Sirius XM radio.
Financial philosophies come and go. Right now, media consolidation is very out, and breaking up very in. But wasn't synergy supposed to be the be-all, end-all?