ABC is boasting about the "62% of millennials" connected to Disney-ABC content, more than other TV media companies.
Analysts say the WGA-talent agency battle could ding the production of TV shows and films.
Fox will get half of its revenue from advertising and half from affiliate relations, or fees for programming.
Viewers can see a politician make a statement. But maybe that's not really him or her, just AI-manipulated images.
That Starbucks cup appearing in the fourth episode of this season's "Game of Thrones" maybe a first for a medieval dinner.
Now, TV networks are taking the reins, leaving out the middleman and offering more real-time marketing buying connections.
Tech leads. But at some point, can we assume there will be a growing consumer media product glut?
The trends are turning: Nearly as many households watch TV via streaming platforms (68% of U.S. TV households) as through traditional means.
A study found 65% of the time, 32 news organizations failed to fact-checked Trump. Inaccurate or false information was broadcast without context.
In a fractionalized media world, advertisers look for any edge and engagement.