Updated: 6:11 p.m. PDT LAS VEGAS–News Corp. president and COO Chase Carey told the opening gathering at the NAB Show Monday that if Fox does not prevail in the Aereo case, it will consider turning…
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FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell, a frequent advocate for free markets and limited regulation by the agency, on Wednesday said that he would step down in a few weeks. At the FCC’s open commission…
With some focus on violence in movies and TV shows following the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., entertainment companies unveiled a public service campaign designed to remind parents of viewing options…
While the amount of time-shifting by viewers is at record levels this fall, it's even more pronounced in the nation's biggest cities.
Five years ago, Leslie Moonves set off on a mission to get paid.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has teamed with the filmmaking org 48 Hour Film Project to host a movie-making competition at the upcoming NAB confab in Las Vegas.
Those ever-fragmenting audiences with increasing niche interests that have been causing havoc for the industry are no accident, futurists Alvin and Heidi Toffler told a crowd at the National Assn. of…
Technicolor introduced on Tuesday a system for delivering entertainment to homes via the Internet and announced the first deal with a retailer, movie download service CinemaNow, to use the platform.
The sprawling National Assn. of Broadcasters confab has long had the feel of an auto show, with product demonstrations and a high-tech hucksterism drawing crowds of gearheads eager to test-drive the…
3-D stepped to the forefront at NAB on Monday.
In a keynote speech laced with wry irony and winking sarcasm, Tim Robbins managed to slap back at his right-wing critics, recount an entertaining history of radio and TV and urge broadcasters to…
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