The Dalian Wanda Group is offering subsidies on everything from stage and set rental to post-production editing to lure filmmakers.


21st Century Fox will settle Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.


Just how sparse is coverage for women’s sports? The Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the University of Minnesotasays that 40 percent of all sports participants are women — but only 4 percent of sports media coverage is dedicated to those sports.

Profiting from Star Wars the Force Awakens

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hit $1 billion in just 12 days. But what do those box-office numbers actually mean to Disney and theater chains?


It may have been a stellar year for the global box office and TV show performances, yet despite the success, it hasn’t kept online piracy thieves away in 2015.

Profiting from Star Wars the Force Awakens

The blockbuster also provided a fillip to the otherwise sluggish toy industry, analysts say.

Profiting from Star Wars the Force Awakens

The force is strong with Disney and the new “Star Wars” franchise, and this is only set to flourish, according to one media analyst.

Profiting from Star Wars the Force Awakens

Julia Boorstin reports on the companies poised to cash in on the new Star Wars movie.


Bye, bye, bye, ‘N Sync. Adele’s latest album has definitively shattered the boy band’s old sales record by moving more than 3 million copies in its first week, according to Billboard The record statistics gatekeeper reports that the British singer’s new album, “25”, sold 3.38 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music. The …

Activision’s booming business

Julia Boorstin is at Activision Blizzard’s annual investor day, where the company is launching the latest version of one of its biggest game franchises.

NFL’s live-streaming debut

Was the first live-streamed football game a success? The reviews are in.

Source: Facebook

Don’t fear the “dislike.” That’s what advertising agencies are telling brands regarding the upcoming Facebook Reactions launch, which will allow users of the social media platform to express a wider array of emotions than merely approval. The reason: Negative reactions can be good for business, even if users won’t always give a thumbs-up to their …

NFL streaming tryout

Will Yahoo’s experiment with football give us a glimpse into the future?

The digital divide

With more people going online to watch programs, digital video is stealing ad dollars.


As the media landscape transforms, Julia Boorstin tell us what ad companies are doing to stay ahead of the competition