|Day Low/High||89.77 / 93.58|
|52 Wk Low/High||64.87 / 91.68|
Who says reality TV has gotten lazy?
Stocks were sent in two directions to begin the week.
The combination could prove strong, and shares remain inexpensive even after this week's gains.
The combination could prove strong, and the shares remain inexpensive even after this week's gains.
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 ended at records for the second day in a row.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq trade above record closes set a day earlier.
Shares surge on talk of Scripps merger with Discovery Communications
The 2 big deals just announced are defensive, not growth makers.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others are expanding their original content efforts.
Food Network broadcaster has the recipe for upside on its charts.
As the pay-TV landscape continues to evolve in an over-the-top world, analysts single out their top media stock picks for the new year.
DirecTV Now is priced at $35 in an attempt to appease regulators and cord-cutters alike.
Progress is outpacing price for provider of programming on food, homes, travel, etc.
Look for 2015's record run of mergers and acquisitions to continue.
A significant decline from the stock's 2014 peak offers a discount buying opportunity.
Viacom Class B and Scripps Networks don't deserve the bear-market treatment.
Crown Media and Scripps Networks aren't flashy, but they're doing well.
These media shares will eventually come back into investors' focus.
Shares offers good upside, low risk and classic GARP (growth at a reasonable price).
One of the biggest media mergers in years may be off, but it's not all bad news.
Looks like this stock is rapidly approaching a sell signal.