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FCC Approves Proposal to Boost TV Set-Top Box Competition

The new rule would allow customers to obtain video services from providers such as Alphabet, Apple and Tivo.

Reuters

Dr. Dre Will Reportedly Star in Apple's First Original TV Series

Vital Signs is reportedly a six-episode series starring Apple employee Dr. Dre in a dark, 'semi-autobiographical' role.

Nathan Ingraham

The FCC Is Going to War Over Set-Top Boxes

As well as opening up the set-top box market up to third parties, the proposals are expected to make the cost of renting a box a whole lot cheaper.

Daniel Cooper

5 Ways to Turn a TV Appearance Into Evergreen PR for Your Brand

Handled correctly, getting on TV is a marketing gift that keeps on giving.

Derek Newton

5 Tips for Getting on TV

Even small, personal brands and startups can unlock the PR power of television.

Derek Newton

This 73-Year-Old Billionaire Is Joining Millennials in Cutting the Cord

Mario Gabelli, the CEO of GAMCO Investors, says he understands why consumers are choosing streaming over cable TV.

Reuters

The '90s Keep Coming Back: 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' Is Kickstarting a Reboot

The show would join other crowdsourced reboots including Veronica Mars, Reading Rainbow and Super Troopers.

Geoff Weiss

The High-Tech Way TV Networks Are Trying to Read Your Mind

New labs will track biometrics to see how viewers respond to shows and commercials.

Reuters

Stream Me Up, Scotty: CBS to Release New Star Trek Episodes Beginning January 2017

The franchise is taking on the streaming frontier more than 50 years after it originally aired.

Carly Okyle

Who Did Americans Pick as Their Favorite TV Boss?

What makes a great boss? A recent survey listed the characters that people want to work for.

How Small Teams Can Achieve Big Results

The CEO of the company that dresses the star of CBS's 'The Good Wife' shares her five management tips.

Carol Roth

Stephen Colbert Lets the Crazy Questions Fly With Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel (WATCH)

Spiegel, the world's youngest billionaire, discussed his ballsy move of turning down Facebook's offer and elections on The Late Show.

Kate Taylor