Reuters • 11 hours ago
Hillary Clinton's history-making speech at the Democratic National Convention attracted a smaller U.S. television audience than rival Donald Trump's address a week earlier, according to Nielsen ratings data released on Friday. An estimated 29.8 million people watched Thursday night on 10 broadcast and cable networks when Clinton became the first woman to accept a major U.S. party's nomination for president, Nielsen said. Trump's July 21 address at the Republican National Convention drew 32.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen.
Investor's Business Daily • 13 hours ago
Media giants -- already beset by cord-cutting woes -- want in on virtual reality, which could be a $30 billion market by 2020.
MarketWatch • 14 hours ago
When Scholastic releases the book form of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” on Sunday, its format won’t really matter.
Investor's Business Daily • 14 hours ago
After years of false starts, 2016 may finally be the year that virtual reality makes its mark with a mass audience.
Market Realist • 18 hours ago
Time Warner (TWX) announced that HBO’s programming viewership is mainly being driven by the company’s digital platforms, including HBO On Demand, HBO GO, and HBO Now.
Market Realist • 20 hours ago
Early last month, Time Warner (TWX) announced the creation of Warner Bros. Digital Networks, a new business division.
Investor's Business Daily Video • 15 hours ago
After years of false starts, 2016 may finally be the year that virtual reality makes its mark with a mass audience. And media heavies like Disney, Comcast, Time Warner and others -- beset with cord-cutting woes -- are investing in VR firms. Watch more here: http://www.investors.com/videos/big-media-bets-on-virtual-reality
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