The Future of TV Briefing this week looks at how the playing field among major subscription-based streamers is shaking out as Netflix looks to redouble its grip, Disney+ foresees slowing subscriber growth and others prep expansion plans.
The Future of TV Briefing this week looks at how shoppable TV is moving from shiny new toy to potentially becoming a staple of the TV and streaming business.
YouTube TV is a live streaming service that starts at $65/month. The app offers many local and cable channels, including ABC, NBC, ESPN, and more.
The well-known broadcaster is retiring from his news anchor role at ITV Meridian.
NASCAR already shows of its lower tier series exclusively on streaming platforms. With a new TV contract in the works however, exclusively streaming top tier series races could be added as well, or not, depending on several factors.
The Future of TV Briefing this week looks at how IGTV fits into Instagram's expanded video platform more than three years after its introduction.
The Velvet Underground had it all: rock star arrogance, singular talent, cool celeb friends, and a penchant for self-destruction.
The Morning Show, Invasion, The Velvet Underground, and more great titles you'll want to stream this month.
Fox News topped the third-quarter ratings as well as September numbers, but all of the cable news networks showed year-over-year declines. In the third quarter primetime, Fox News averaged 2.37 million total viewers, down 32% from the same period a year earlier. MSNBC posted 1.27 million, down 40%, while CNN had 822,000, down 46%. In [
Dave Chappelle has been embroiled in controversy this week because of comments deemed to be "transphobic" in his latest comedy special. The legendary stand-up comedian mocked cancel culture, fired back at the critics who attacked him, and blasted the mainstream media that wrote hit pieces on him.