The Citrus County Commission heard from residents before voting 3-2 on Tuesday against replacing hard copies of the newspaper with a $2,900 annual digital subscription.
MSNBC and The Washington Post are scheduled to host the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta on Wednesday night.
The movie hits theaters Dec. 20.
Initial subscriber numbers were reportedly 10 million.
The merger brings together about 260 daily papers, as well as hundreds of weeklies.
Pepsi jumps on the non-alcoholic trend with a fizzy wine-flavored drink.
HBO's new streaming service, HBO Max, is looking for cord-cutters interested in its exclusive content.
HBO plans to bring in movies and TV shows from other media companies and offer them in addition to its existing content to create a new version of a cable bundle. Kaltbaum Capital Management president Gary Kaltbaum joins to discuss this business strategy.
A new option is emerging in the streaming wars.
Discovery's largest shareholder became an even larger shareholder as its CEO eyes streaming options.
The Canadian broadcasting legend has repeatedly refused to apologize for his remarks on the Nov. 9 edition of “Coach’s Corner.”
The news site ZDNet found stolen account usernames and passwords selling for $3 on underground hacking forums.
The first contestant to win three matches will receive $1 million. Each runner-up will take home $250,000.
Amazon Prime Video's 'Lord of the Rings' television series is getting season renewals before it even starts.
Amazon offers paid plans for its music service starting at $9.99 per month and it is also part of its prime bundle.
When Idina Menzel first started performing “Let It Go” live in concerts, she thought the lyrics and soaring vocals would empower all those young girls in the audience dressed up as Elsa.
FOX Business’ Trish Regan discusses the impeachment inquiry hearings and says the Democrats are losing their momentum.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) gives his perspective on the impeachment inquiry hearings and Kash Patel, National Security Council’s senior counterterrorism director, suing Politico.
SeaWorld San Diego is set to try an aerial drone show as a possible firework replacement.
Federal government looks to return Hollywood studios to the 'good old days' but is it too late?