Netflix has a powerful lineup of 51 million U.S. subscribers and nearly 45 million international subs. But what if Fox goes the way of Disney and launches its own streaming service?
Forty-eight hours late, President Trump found specific words to address the violent protests in Charlottesville, where one person died and 19 people were injured. Was is too little, too late?
We are hearing a lot of "we" from on-air hosts of cable TV news networks. Vox says commentators on Fox's "Fox & Friends" use "we" a lot -- especially when talking about the Trump Administration.
The mostly under-the-radar NBCUniversal subscription video-streaming service for comedy content is closing by year's end. The company gave no reason for the decision. The 18-month-old service had not disclosed any key business metrics -- subscribers or revenue.
The CW embraced alternative digital TV viewing long before other TV networks. In some ways, it had to -- that's where its young viewers were headed. And although it lacks easily digestible TV-digital measurements, it continues to find the right programming to match viewing trends.
Entertainment hackers have received monetary compensation from a majority of companies that have been targeted. This speaks to the fluid nature of fast-moving, digitally produced TV programming content: It can be easily targeted.
AT&T needs to do what any big company does after a big acquisition push -- pay down some of its debt.
The Fox Broadcasting Network reportedly wants to change its affiliate associations with 26 Sinclair TV stations -- and strike a deal with a smaller TV station group, ION Media Networks.
Despite all the hoopla around cheap internet-based $20-a-month live, linear TV packages, the jury is still out. That's especially true among millennials.
Chris Ripley, president/CEO of Sinclair, doesn't think four, five or six local TV stations with news operations per market does anyone any good.