1:08 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on critics panning the new Star Trek film.
1:14 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on cable companies such as Time Warner Cable considering a stake in Hulu.
5:10 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Citigroup banning its traders from using the chat feature in Bloomberg terminals.
3:44 - Author Jason Mattera sounds off on the response to rumors the billionaire investors may be interested in the LA Times.
1:56 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on concerns over Bloomberg LP snooping.
5:17 - Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce and The Wall Street Journal Assistant Editor James Freeman on the Dept. of Justice’s AP phone record scandal.
3:14 - Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the efforts to fight for the L.A. Times.
2:24 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on messages leaked at Bloomberg News.
1:55 - FBN’s Peter Barnes on the Justice Department’s seizure of Associated Press phone records.
3:49 - FBN's Liz MacDonald and Zephyr Management director James Awad on Bloomberg terminal snooping.
3:27 - Radio host Larry Elder on the Koch Brothers’ efforts to purchase the liberal paper.
4:50 - Branding and PR expert Peter Shankman and market strategist Scott Martin on McDonald’s Tweeting about the man that helped free 3 women held captive in Ohio.
1:51 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on the overseas box office sales for ‘Iron Man 3.’
3:35 - DirecTV CEO Michael White on rumors of a merger with Dish Network and why the company is not offering a dividend.
5:07 - DirecTV CEO Michael White on the changes in how consumers get their television content.
1:08 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Tom Wheeler and media earnings.
4:44 - Brandsway Creative owner Kelly Brady and In Touch Weekly Senior Editor Kim Serafin on what led to the backlash against Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand and image.
5:12 - Peter Levin with how cable networks are finding content produced at minimal cost on the Internet
1:43 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the need for a new editorial board in Tinsel Town.
1:16 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Tom Cruise's new movie and the possibility of a CBS-Time Warner merger.
6:23 - FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the media coverage of the Boston bombings investigation.
1:13 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on how Amazon plans to compete with Netflix.
1:58 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on the details of Dish Network’s offer to buy Sprint Nextel.
7:04 - Thinkmodo co-founders James Percelay and Michael Krivicka on the success of their viral marketing campaigns.
0:58 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Cablevision's management changes.
2:56 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale reports that former News Corp. president Peter Chernin has offered $500 million to buy Hulu.
4:40 - Jamplify co-founders Andy Pickens and Moses Soyoola on how the company helps brands promote their products or services.
5:51 - Former Rep. Dick Armey, (R-Texas), on bias in the media.
4:53 - S&P Equity Research Director Tuna Amobi on the outlook for the cable sector and content providers.
1:54 - FBN’s Liz MacDonald weighs in on Liberty Media’s $2.6 billion deal to buy 27% of Charter Communications.
2:02 - FBN's Diane Macedo on TV ad revenue for March Madness.
4:07 - Turkel Brands executive creative director Bruce Turkel on why using the March Madness message for ads can be a good idea for companies.
2:21 - FBN's Diane Macedo on TurboTax dominating the TV and video advertising scene.
4:09 - Rhapsody president Jon Irwin weighs in on the state of business in the digital music industry.
1:37 - FBN's Diane Macedo on Lowe's looking to take advantage of the rebounding housing market with ads.
4:59 - Investigation.com’s Bo Dietl on his ongoing campaign with the restaurant chain.
2:02 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Time Warner spinning off its Time Inc. magazine division.
3:25 - S&P Capital IQ director Tuna Amobi on Time Warner spinning off Time Inc. magazines.
6:52 - Radio talk show host Monica Crowley on the heated confrontation between Bill O’Reilly and Alan Colmes on “The O’Reilly Factor.”
1:27 - FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the lawsuit against Al Gore over the deal to sell Current TV to Al Jazeera.
3:15 - MRC's director of media analysis Tim Graham on the media and President Obama.
4:19 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the mainstream media’s treatment of the White House.
5:24 - Albert Fried & Co. Director of Research Richard Tullo and Ovation COO Chad Gutstein on how Cablevision’s lawsuit against Viacom could impact the cable industry.
3:11 - Radio talk show host Curtis Sliwa, FNC contributors Doug Schoen and Angela McGlowan on NBC’s ratings and Sen. Ted Cruz’s recent comments.
3:33 - Pubmatic President Kirk McDonald explains how ‘real time bidding’ creates more effective advertising.
2:06 - FBN's Diane Macedo on Nike suspending Oscar Psitorius' ad campaign.
3:10 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the difference in how the media covered high gas prices under Bush Administration and Obama Administration.
4:33 - Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings CEO William Eccleshare on the company’s growth in countries such as China and Brazil.
4:25 - USC Annenberg innovation director Jonathan Taplin on digital pirates’ accomplices.
4:46 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on Sports Illustrated’s cover as a market indicator.
1:09 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on stocks and Sports Illustrated swimsuits.
2:59 - FBN's Diane Macedo on Adweek’s shakeup and AdChina withdrawing plans for a U.S. IPO.
1:45 - Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell on why the media needs to cover the Sen. Menendez scandal more.
2:07 - Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell on the lack of coverage of the Sen. Menendez scandal in the mainstream media.
3:25 - 'Finest Hours' author Casey Sherman on how to market books.
6:13 - Anomaly founding partner Mike Byrne and Anheuser-Busch's GM of Clydesdales operations Jeff Knapper on the development and success of the Super Bowl ad.
4:28 - Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig and psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Gardere on the Super Bowl commercials.
5:33 - 'The League' creators Jackie and Jeff Schaffer on the best and worst commercials from the Super Bowl.
4:48 - Martin Roesch, Sourcefire Interim CEO, on the recent hackings of media outlets including the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, allegedly done by China, and how to protect against it.
4:03 - ACE Metrix CEO Peter Daboll breaks down Super Bowl ad war winners and losers.