• SVOD Vs. Traditional Pay TV: Do You Get What You Pay For?
    Consumers hope streaming will eliminate the expensive TV service price, which costs most of them $100 to $150 a month.
  • Repeating Debunked News Stories On TV Is Dangerous
    One news story may report that another news story is false. And if you repeat that lie, it would cause genuine confusion.
  • Peloton Goes For A Ride, TV-Style
    Beyond the ad criticism, some might ask the obvious: Can average consumers afford to spend $2,000 on a bike that can't be used to ride around the block?
  • Forecast: Local TV Ad Revenues Trend Downward In Future
    Financial data continues to be downplayed by local TV station groups as they talk up retransmission and other digital revenues.
  • A Potential New NFL Move: Each Team Going D2C For TV
    For many, pooling NFL TV negotiations plays at the fringes of a monopoly, further complicated by an explosion of new digital TV platforms. Now, producers are looking to own a piece of a future streaming world.
  • Streaming Wars Demand A Game Plan: Ad-Supported Or No Ads
    An IAB study in August showed 76% of those who regularly stream video say they watched ad-supported OTT. Premium video streaming has gained big momentum, particular with D2C advertisers.
  • Kelly Clarkson Scores As Singer And Talk-Show Host
    Although not on the scale of Oprah Winfrey, Clarkson -- the first winner of the first season of "American Idol" -- has found a home on daytime TV.
  • In-Theater Movies, In-Home Streaming Operate As Frenemies
    Some analysts believe the movie business will need help -- and that may come with more attempts at same-day openings: theatrical and streaming home services.