Disney’s media networks revenues for the quarter rose 9% to $6 billion, and segment operating income rose 4% to $1.5 billion.
21st Century Fox reported 2% revenue growth during its fiscal first quarter of 2019 as Disney nears completion of its deal for much of the company.
CBS' revenue bump was due largely to 79% growth from subscription streaming services All Access and Showtime.
Sinclair joint venture ONE Media is pleading with the FCC to make sure ATSC 3.0 next-gen TV standards are considered in 5G planning.
“New Fox,” could end up buying back the regional sports networks that are part of Disney’s $71.3 billion deal for much of 21st Century Fox.
Comcast paid what appeared to be a hefty premium for European pay TV provider Sky, but CEO Brian Roberts said he is comfortable with the price tag.
Comcast gave back another 95,000 residential video subscribers during the third quarter but still grew revenues for its cable segment.
As Fox extends its bet on sports to lift it in ratings battles, the company is bringing in an outsider to help boost its entertainment programming.
Discovery and the PGA have announced GolfTV as the brand for their live and on-demand subscription streaming service launching outside the U.S.
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