Media and Digital

Zuckerberg takes home less than $1m

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Facebook boss maintains base salary of $1.

NRL runs early on rights deal

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Rugby League blindsides rival AFL by bringing forward broadcast deal by one year.

Comcast, Time Warner dump $US45bn merger

by AFP
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Media giants mutually agree to terminate mega-merger plans amid regulatory opposition.

Marvel and DC look for their wonder women

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A long-time favourite among adolescent boys and hardcore fans, the realm of superheroes is poised to take on a whole new market.

Amazon swings to loss in Q1

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E-commerce group reports a loss despite rapidly rising sales in first quarter.

Comcast may drop TWC mega-merger

by AFP
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Report suggests $US45bn tie-up may unravel amid regulatory concerns.

Telstra weighs Netflix agreement: report

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Telco looking to forge closer relationship with video-streaming heavyweight.

EBay revenue jumps 4.4% in Q1

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Online auction heavyweight sees sales rise above market expectations in first quarter.

Facebook's spending weighs on profits

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Social media giant reports surge in revenue, but higher costs see profit kept in check.

Protect your online privacy as the Coalition turns the screws

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If you're serious about protecting your privacy then you'll appreciate the extra features VPN provider Private Internet Access offers to shield your online activities from prying eyes.

US, Chinese investors buy Cirque du Soleil

by AFP
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China’s Fosun Capital Group will help the entertainment company launch and expand in China.

Turnbull's piracy crackdown and the fate of VPNs

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The Abbott government's war on piracy looks set to deliver maximum pain for very little gain.

Netflix launch good for business: Quickflix

by AAP
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Ailing streaming and DVD subs service says Netflix mania is adding to its customer base.

How much will Australian Dallas Buyers Club pirates have to pay?

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With almost 5,000 Australians are set to receive letters probing their online downloading habits the issue of fines is still up in the air.

China Film Group takes role in Hollywood

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Beijing-based company invests in films from Universal Pictures, other U.S. studios.

Sit back and watch the free-to-air death spiral

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The economies of scale will weigh against Australia’s local broadcasters as they battle global streaming giants such as Netflix.

Rolling out the red carpet for Netflix

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iiNet and Optus aren't the only broadband providers falling over themselves to give Netflix a warm welcome.

Sony slams Wikileaks' mass document dump

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Studio condemns public release of over 170,000 emails and 30,000 documents related to 'The Interview' hack.

Jobs to go as 2K closes doors

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Top-tier local gaming studio says it's too expensive to run the business in Australia.

Nine Live business sold for $640m

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Nine Entertainment sells events unit to private equity group Affinity Equity Partners.

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