• Fox News Polls Show Trump Losing To Democrats. Does That Change Viewers' Perceptions Of The Network?
    A Fox voting poll shows a number of Democratic presidential contenders beating Donald Trump. And not all Fox News on-air journalists and anchors have undying support for him.
  • DirecTV May Be Under Fire And Outmatched
    A group of AT&T investors filed a lawsuit against the company, charging it has been fraudulently altering its subscriber count at DirecTV.
  • Some TV-Movie Studios Happy To Sell Major Sitcoms To Streaming Services
    Sony Pictures Television just sold "Seinfeld" episodes to Netflix in a whopping five-year, $500 million deal for the global streaming rights.
  • MoviePass Fades To Black. What Remains For In-Theater Subscription Movie Plans?
    While MoviePass made theater chains make similar moves to address stagnant attendance, the question remains: Is it enough?
  • How TV, Digital Media Should Prep For The Next Economic Downturn
    The so-called "Great Recession" between December 2007 and June 2009 hit the TV industry hard. When the next one comes, don't stop advertising.
  • Consumers Still Want A-La-Carte Cable Options
    Cable companies go to war with Maine, fighting a proposed new state law aimed at enshrining a la carte cable TV.
  • Local TV Begins Moving To Impressions-Based Data
    Right now, most media agencies don't ink deals on local TV viewer impressions. Magna Global says it believes it is the first to do so.
  • Streaming Success Depends On Bundling. Apple TV+ Gets It
    If consumers buy an Apple device -- iPhone, MacBook Air or iMac -- they will receive the Apple TV+ service free for a year.
  • Hold On To Your Covfefe! JP Morgan Creates Index To Assess Trump's Tweets On The Market
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. created the Volfefe Index -- a mash-up of the word volatility and a May 2017 reference to Donald Trump's misspelled word in a tweet -- to follow the impact of presidential tweets.
  • Netflix's Longest-Running Original Series To End -- Say Goodbye To 'Grace And Frankie'
    "Grace and Frankie" is about two older women, played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, that hit a strong chord with viewers.
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