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While many businesses have been searching for signs of an economic recovery, big media conglomerates were enjoying a robust revival _until quite recently.
Internet company AOL Inc. said Tuesday that its net loss narrowed in the second quarter even though revenue fell, largely because the results a year ago were weighed down by a huge accounting charge.
Sales of U.S. magazines at newsstands and other retail outlets fell 9 percent in the first six months of the year in a sign of readers trimming discretionary spending, according to figures from an industry trade group released Tuesday.
Broadcaster CBS Corp. said Tuesday that its net income more than doubled in the second quarter, helped by new deals with online distributors such as Netflix and a small increase in advertising revenue.
Time Warner Cable Inc. posted a 23 percent jump in its second-quarter earnings Thursday, boosted by strong results in its business services and higher revenue from residential users even as it continued to lose subscribers to its cable TV service.
Three film companies have drastically reduced smoking in their movies aimed at children and teens, thanks in part to their policies to reduce on-screen tobacco use, a new study says.
Facebook and Time Warner are ganging up on bullies to address a problem that torments millions of children and young adults.
The NHL gave Atlanta a mulligan, a do-over, a shot at hockey redemption.
Warner Music Group Corp., the world's third-largest recording company with such artists as Eric Clapton, Michael Buble and Paramore, is being sold for about $1.3 billion as a global decline in CD sales weighs down the industry.