Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal

By Anonymous
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ on Track for Labor Day Weekend Record

    “Crazy Rich Asians” isn’t slowing down at the box office even in its third weekend in theaters. Studios said the romantic comedy topped domestic charts again. It has grossed $117 million from North American theaters.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Has Strong Second Weekend

    The opening weekend for “Crazy Rich Asians” was historic. Its second weekend was even more impressive. It topped the box office again, propelled by enthusiastic reviews and an eagerness for a major Hollywood film led by Asian stars.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Fox, Comcast Reach New Deal on Big Ten Network

    21st Century Fox and Comcast reached a renewal agreement to avert a full blackout of the Big Ten Network for cable subscribers ahead of the college football regular season.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Netflix Signs Up ‘Black-ish’ Creator Kenya Barris

    Netflix said it has signed writer and producer Kenya Barris, creator of ABC’s “black-ish,” to an exclusive multiyear deal, the latest addition to its star-studded lineup of creative talent.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Public Radio Networks to Merge in Big Bet on Podcasts

    Public-radio companies PRX and PRI are merging in a bid to capitalize on the surging popularity of podcasts and other digital formats as listeners and content creators migrate away from traditional broadcast radio.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • ‘The Meg’ Takes Big Bite at Box Office

    Adding to Hollywood’s sizzling summer, the shark thriller “The Meg” opened well above expectations with an estimated $44.5 million in ticket sales, while Spike Lee had his best debut in a decade.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • House Democrats Seek New Probe of Sinclair

    Two House Democrats asked the FCC to investigate whether Sinclair Broadcast Group broke laws by allegedly influencing ad sales at rival Tribune Media, another potential setback in the TV station owners’ effort to merge.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • MoviePass Slashes Offering to Three Films a Month

    Short on cash, battered by investors and pronounced dead by critics recently, MoviePass will soon begin limiting customers to three movies a month, a major change from its current allowance of one a day.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal
  • Joanna Coles Exits Hearst Magazines

    The shake-up continues at Hearst Magazines—publisher of such titles as Cosmopolitan, Elle and Esquire—as the division’s high-profile chief content officer, Joanna Coles, has resigned.

    Media & Marketing News | Wall Street Journal

VIEW MORE RESULTS