Rupert Murdoch's youngest son's politics are to the left of the famously conservative family.
As more live events take place on screens, creators and producers will need new ways to license and protect copyrighted material, writes an intellectual property attorney.
U.S. video streaming company Netflix is in talks with Viacom18, part of the Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries' media unit Network18, about a multi-year partnership to source content, three sources told Reuters, in a move that would expand a relationship between the two sides.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday said he would consider changes to the policy that led the company to leave up controversial posts by President Donald Trump during recent demonstrations protesting the death of an unarmed black man while in police custody, a partial concession to critics.
Television Academy President Maury McIntyre looks forward to some creative solutions to the problems presented by holding the Emmys during a pandemic.
"Minecraft" studio boss on COVID-19-era college graduations happening inside the game and 50 million free downloads of education content.
Australia will force Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to share advertising revenue with local media firms, the country's treasurer said on Monday, becoming one of the first countries to require digital platforms to pay for content they use.
France's competition authority ruled on Thursday that Google must pay French publishing companies and news agencies for re-using their content.
Facebook Inc's Instagram said on Tuesday it would remove coronavirus-related content and accounts from recommendations and its "explore" option, unless posted by or belonging to credible health organizations.
The European Commission on Thursday warned Europe's telecoms providers against blocking content providers as they try to ease the strain on their networks caused by house-bound Europeans teleworking or video streaming due to the coronavirus outbreak.