"Defiance" is an apt title for a venture that defies the traditional programming playbook.
After driving massive growth for Disney since 2005, why should Bob Iger step aside in 2015?
Digital savvy got him the CEO job. Now Kevin Tsujihara has to unify Warner Bros. and steer its evolution in an on-demand world.
On the cable scene, Pivot hopes to take a new step where the now defunct Current turned its ankle. Pivot is a new cabler set to launch Aug. 1 that aims at what might be called the most socially…
Social change is the name of the game at Participant, which has been producing issue-oriented features and docus since it was founded in 2004.
The Supreme Court narrowly ruled in favor of Comcast on Wednesday, holding that a group of its Philadelphia area subscribers claiming they were overcharged could not sue the cable operator in a…
Things might not exactly be returning to normal, but the record business can take some comfort in the fact that the long industry-wide slide appears to have reached ground level, as the RIAA reported…
Swimming might be the least impacting, most complete exercise there is — and the most zenlike. But the idea of submerging oneself into chlorinated water is a turnoff for those with sensitive skin and…
Few independent films get seen, let alone make money. But IndieFlix is looking to change that — one app at a time — by putting its library of titles in front of more audiences online. This week, that…
Amid a backdrop of record-low ratings for some broadcast shows, cable is feeling pretty good about its prospects in this year's upfront advertising sales derby.
Los Angeles has long sought to create its own version of Silicon Valley called Silicon Beach. But its strategy has relied mostly on coaxing companies to move here. The University of Southern…