Meet Charlie Ergen, the Guy Who Now Wants to Buy Sprint (Video)

Here’s the video of our interview of the Dish Network chairman at February’s D: Dive Into Media.
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Developers! Facebook Really Wants Your Lifestyle Apps.

The social giant’s bets big on a new class of third-party apps to strengthen its platform.
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Samsung Wants to Be a Media Giant. Meet the Guy in Charge of Getting Them There.

The hardware company has a lot of screens up and running. David Eun’s job is to connect them all. Here’s his full Dive into Media interview.
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Day Two at D: Dive Into Media 2013, in Pictures and Tweets

Storified: The best tweets and pictures from the second day of D: Dive Into Media.
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With Beats, Jimmy Iovine — Not Facebook — Will Tell You What Music You Want

Curators, not your friends, know music better, according to the iconic music producer.
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How Should You Watch Netflix’s Original Programming? However You Want.

To binge or not to binge? That is the question.
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Why Twitter Dropped Close to $90 Million on Bluefin Labs

Twitter wrote a big check for Bluefin’s social analytics service. Bluefin shows us why.
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Google’s Biz Chief: 50 Percent of Ads Will Go Online in the Next Five Years

A big bet on the future of Web advertising over the next half-decade, from the man in charge of Google’s monetization efforts.
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Google, Hollywood and Drama, Drama, Drama

Hollywood is about drama. It’s about suspense, it’s about intrigue. I think our relationship with Hollywood is similar.

— Google Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora on Google and the entertainment industry, in conversation at D: Dive Into Media

Erik Huggers Makes His Case for Intel’s Web TV Service

The chip giant wants you to tune in to its service. Is it worth it?
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