by Wayne Friedman on Aug 30, 9:00 AM
UBS estimates Disney+ is trending ahead of company internal initial forecasts of 20 million to 30 million U.S. subscribers by 2024.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 29, 9:00 AM
Is Bernie Sanders helping the news business? For now, no one is exactly sure what those added protections would entail.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 28, 9:00 AM
Our eyes were opened when looking at MSG Networks in New York.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 27, 9:00 AM
There is fear that a probable U.S. economic recession is coming. TV innovation may be impacted.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 26, 9:00 AM
The growth and dominance of Netflix is now an issue - especially considering the success of 'The Office' and 'Friends.'
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 23, 9:00 AM
Young TV/media consumers still don't watch much local TV news, while older U.S. viewers still consume lots of it. Is there any hope for this dynamic changing?
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 22, 9:00 AM
Apple TV is launching an original show in November. "The Morning Show" mirrors NBC's "Today" show host Matt Lauer and allegations of sexual harassment. For the company, this is the final frontier: premium TV entertainment.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 21, 9:00 AM
There was no disclaimer here. It sure seems like part of a media campaign for Trump's 2020 re-election.
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 20, 9:00 AM
Marketers such as Fidelity Investments and others are insisting their ads do not appear near articles or videos that contain any of a long list of words, such as "bombs," "immigration," "racism" and "Trump."
by Wayne Friedman on Aug 19, 9:00 AM
The truth is, economies around the world are suffering - China, the U.K. and more recently, Germany. Historically, U.S recessions happen every eight-to-12 years. We are now around nine to 10 years since the last one ended.