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Kenneth Li

Viacom sets Netflix deal that augurs future strategy

Nov 16 2018

Viacom Inc on Friday announced a multi-picture deal with Netflix , and promised to make more films and TV shows for other companies, further signaling that it will not directly take on big tech rivals that stream to consumers and will instead supply them with content.

Roku forecasts surprise loss for holiday quarter, shares fall

Nov 07 2018

Roku Inc forecast a surprise holiday-quarter loss and missed third-quarter revenue estimates for its high margin video streaming platform, sending its shares down nearly 13 percent in after-market trading on Wednesday.

'Red Dead Redemption 2' to power Take-Two sales jump

Nov 07 2018

Game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software Inc forecast third-quarter revenue above estimates on Wednesday and raised its full-year outlook, thanks to a record-breaking opening of western-themed "Red Dead Redemption 2".

AT&T's WarnerMedia accuses DOJ with 'collaborating' with Dish in HBO dispute

Nov 02 2018

AT&T Inc's WarnerMedia has accused the U.S. Department of Justice of "collaborating" with Dish Network Corp in a high profile dispute over carrying HBO and Cinemax.

High-speed data boom drives Comcast profit beat

Oct 25 2018

Comcast Corp's quarterly profit and revenue topped Wall Street estimates on Thursday as strength in its high-speed internet business offset a less severe drop in cable TV subscribers.

Comcast adds more internet subscribers, beats profit forecasts

Oct 25 2018

Oct 25 Comcast Corp's quarterly profit and revenue topped Wall Street estimates on Thursday as it attracted more customers to its high-speed internet connections, offsetting a drop in cable TV subscribers that was also less severe than expected.

MTV reboots 'The Real World' series on Facebook in studio push

Oct 17 2018

Viewers may finally be able to vote the next Puck, the notoriously obnoxious housemate of "MTV's The Real World," off the show.

AT&T plans Warner Media subscription video service

Oct 10 2018

AT&T Inc is preparing to launch a subscription video service by the end of 2019 that will offer movies and TV shows from Hollywood's biggest library, as well as licensed programming from other companies and, within a year, original content, a top executive told Reuters.

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