Charter Communications Inc said it would buy Time Warner Cable Inc in a deal valued at $78.7 billion, as the second and third largest US cable operators look to better compete with market leader Comcast Corp .
The equity portion o
Time Warner Inc's HBO will launch a standalone online streaming service next year to make hit shows such as "Game of Thrones" available to people who do not subscribe to cable television.
The move to take HBO "o
Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox made an audacious offer for Time Warner that if it succeeds would transform the American media landscape and cement the 83-year-old's status as the most powerful magnate in US media and entertain
Time Warner would rather grow through acquisitions than be bought by billionaire John Malone, and has been eyeing Cablevision, its most coveted target, and No.3 cable operator Cox Cable, according to sources.
The second-largest US
Time Warner has made a non-binding offer for debt-burdened Dutch TV production company Endemol, a spokesman for Endemol said.
Time Warner's offer values Endemol at 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion), including 600 million euros of remaining se
Cartoon Network Arabic has launched its award winning cartoon series,'The Amazing World of Gumball,' that combines 2D and 3D animation in a live-action setting.
The 'Amazing World of Gumball,' being broadcast in the Middle
Al Jazeera English, part of the Al Jazeera Network, with its own content, editors and journalists, has become available for the first time to cable television viewers across New York.
Two million subscribers to Time Warner Cable and Verizo
Turner Classic Movies (TCM), part of a Time Warner unit, Turner broadcasting Europe Limited (TBS), celebrated its 10th anniversary this month at a gala dinner in Dubai.
The event was attended by the country’s top media profe
Turner Broadcasting System Europe (TBS), a Time Warner company, is set to launch its free-to-air Cartoon Network in Arabic from its newly-opened office in Dubai Media City on Sunday.
The channel, broadcasting completely in Arabic
Newly independent Internet company AOL is selectively hiring journalists and engineers after cutting a third of its workforce as it tries to reshape itself as a leading provider of quality Web content.
AOL, which was spun off from Time War