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Hollywood's lack of originality shines through with 15 remakes and sequels this year.
CBS, Netflix and AMC Entertainment are among the top media picks of Wall Street analysts for the new year.
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.
U.S. stocks are mixed Monday as oil prices surge after non-OPEC countries agree to cut production and markets anticipate Fed moves.
Amid media consolidation, the owners of cable channel Epix considering a possible IPO for the channel.
There will be no deal between CBS and Viacom unless CBS investors are rewarded, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
TheStreet uncovered a few stocks that are featured prominently in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
U.S. stocks rallied slightly in midday trading as energy, financials, and healthcare sectors saw green on Wednesday following the surprise election of Republican Donald Trump.
Shares of Viacom were slightly lower on Tuesday as the media conglomerate prepares to announce fourth quarter results before the bell on Wednesday.
Les Moonves will not let anything bad happen to CBS shareholders so investors can feel reassured, says Jim Cramer.
DirecTV Now is priced at $35 in an attempt to appease regulators and cord-cutters alike.
Other content creators, such as Viacom, could also be in play, and see their stocks rise.
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.
According to the charts, the damage is widespread, and the situation is deteriorating.
Wall Street ended slightly higher Friday as a rally in the banking sector faded through the afternoon.
U.S. stocks rose early Monday as Wall Street digested Sunday night's bitter presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
National Amusements is said to be asking Viacom and CBS to consider merging.
Earnings have missed only once in 8 quarters, but they've declined the past 4.
Viacom shares were lower Friday morning as Telsey Advisory adjusted its view on the media conglomerate.
Uncertainty over the Fed's rate-hike plans led to jittery trading on Monday.
Viacom made it official over the weekend: CEO Philippe Dauman is out.