Television News Daily
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
  • Q2 Consumer Video Spending Slightly Higher

    Consumer spending on video entertainment was up 1.7% in Q2 2018 vs. a year ago. Subscription video business rose and traditional pay TV declined. Read the whole story

  • Spectrum Starts Cable Channel In LA

    Charter will start its 24-hour local news cable channel in November, available to 1.5 million Los Angeles homes that receive Spectrum's cable pay-TV service. … Read the whole story

  • Twitch Shifts Some Content To Ad-Supported Tier

    Ad-free tiers at Amazon's live-streaming video service, Twitch, will remain, including Twitch Turbo, along with certain channels on Twitch Prime. Read the whole story

  • Smirnoff Adds Cast Of Diverse Celebs For New 'Fun%' Campaign

    The "quality vodka for priced everyone" messaging continues, with Ted Danson now joined by Laverne Cox and others to enjoy "non-pretentious" types of fun. Read the whole story

  • Movie Companies Love Millennials - Is The Love Requited?

    Over 11% of all moviegoers are 25-39 -- the biggest group of in-theater movie consumers. This is double the percentage of other age groups. Read the whole story

  • Picking Up The Scattered Pieces After Upfronts

    Spending in the scatter TV marketplace provides flexibility with placement, but that comes with a cost. Read the whole story