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NBC Is Finally Ditching Tape Delays for the Olympics

All of NBC's coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea will be broadcast live across all time zones. → Read More

Barclays Just Launched a Huge Fund for Streaming TV Projects

Barclays launched a new $125 million fund to help support U.K. streaming television producers. → Read More

Amazon Enlists ‘Moonlight’ Director to Adapt Bestseller ‘Underground Railroad’

Barry Jenkins will helm the limited streaming series. → Read More

Why Filmmaker Ava DuVernay Is Among the World's Greatest Leaders

Director Ava DuVernay has made Hollywood take a long, hard look at itself—helping her land a spot on our World's Greatest Leaders list. → Read More

Disney CEO Bob Iger Talks 'Star Wars' and Augmented Reality

Iger discussed 'The Last Jedi' and technology at Disney's theme parks. → Read More

Theo Epstein’s Perfect Response to the World’s Greatest Leaders List

The Chicago Cubs' Theo Epstein gave a perfect response to his inclusion on Fortune's 2017 World's Greatest Leaders list. → Read More

Disney Extends CEO Bob Iger’s Contract Through July 2019

Walt Disney's board of directors officially extended CEO Bob Iger's contract through July 2019 as the company searches for his successor. → Read More

World's Greatest Leaders 2017: Samantha Bee

Comedian Samantha Bee crashed late-night TV's boy's club with "Full Frontal" and became its shining star. → Read More

You Can Watch March Madness Games in Virtual Reality

A new partnership between the NCAA, Intel, CBS Sports, and Turner Sports will stream March Madness games in virtual reality. → Read More

Warner Bros. Films Like ‘Harry Potter’ Are Coming to China’s Netflix

Just the latest studio to cut a movie streaming deal in China's hot market. → Read More

AT&T’s DirecTV Now Tries Luring Subscribers With Free HBO

To get the deal, you need to pay for a pricier tier. → Read More

March Madness’ Thursday TV Ratings Were Higher Than Last Year

The NCAA said television ratings for March Madness' first full day of games were up 5% over the same day last year. → Read More

CBS Responds to Website Crash Ahead of March Madness

CBS Sports' website suffered an outage while fans tried filling out March Madness brackets about an hour before the first game started. → Read More

Netflix Might Re-Cut TV Shows and Movies for Mobile Devices

Chief product officer Neil Hunt said Netflix will explore re-cutting original TV shows and movies for easier viewing on smaller screens. → Read More

Netflix Buys Rights to Orson Welles’ Mysterious Unfinished Film

The streaming site will finance the decades-old film's completion. → Read More

Fortune Names a New Editor-in-Chief

Clifton Leaf is taking over for Alan Murray as the editor-in-chief of Fortune magazine. Leaf previously served as Fortune's deputy editor. → Read More

Vice Media Will Produce Original, Exclusive Programming for Snapchat

Vice will produce multiple series exclusively for Snapchat. → Read More

March Madness: How to Watch the Tournament on TV and Online

You can watch NCAA games on TV or streaming online. → Read More

Girl Scouts Teamed Up With a Marijuana Dispensary (for Charity)

A San Francisco Girl Scout troop made a bet with a local medical marijuana dispensary to raise more money for a college savings charity. → Read More

China’s Richest Man’s $1 Billion Deal for Dick Clark Productions Might Be Dead

After months of uncertainty, Dalian Wanda reportedly called off its $1 billion purchase of Dick Clark Productions from Eldridge Industries. → Read More