(Reuters) - ESPN is considering selling online access to live Major League Soccer games to consumers without pay TV subscriptions, an experiment that could help the sports network find ways to generate revenue outside the traditional pay television system.
AT&T CFO says DirecTV to negotiate NFL deal independently
Italy seeks jail time for Mediaset vice chairman in Mediatrade case
An Italian prosecutor has asked that Mediaset
New York Times publisher tried for 'amicable' split with editor
New York Times Co
Netflix to make leap into France and Germany
'Raging Bull' copyright fight goes to a second round
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday gave the daughter of a deceased screenwriter a second chance to fight movie studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc over her claim it infringed the copyright of an early screenplay for what became the iconic boxing movie "Raging Bull."
N.Y. Times publisher denies fired female editor was paid less
Days after the sudden termination of Jill Abramson as executive editor of The New York Times, the first woman to hold that position, the newspaper's publisher denied reports that she had been paid less than her predecessor.
AT&T deal opens era of competition with Mexico's Slim
For a generation, AT&T and Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's telephone business stood side by side and grew to become giants of the industry north and south of the Rio Grande.
New York Times publisher denies sexism, calls Abramson bad manager
New York Times Co publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. on Saturday denied the ouster of top editor Jill Abramson was due to gender bias and listed ways in which she was a bad manager.
Spotify says global paid subscriber base reaches 10 million
Online music streaming service Spotify said on Wednesday its global paid subscriber base had swelled to 10 million as speculation mounts the Swedish start-up could be gunning for a share listing.
WWE shares take a beating as TV deal fails to impress
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc