• Could A Broadcast TV Network Disappear In 5 Years?
    Monetizing a legacy TV network is challenging in an increasingly digital world.
  • Streamers May Just Need Popular Vs. Award-Winning Movies
    Movie nominations influenced the movie viewing of 70% of survey takers, according to research from USDish.
  • Oscar Viewing Is Down -- What's To Blame?
    The king of all trophy-based entertainment awards shows, "The Oscars," took another massive hit this year -- down 60% in viewership.
  • Streaming First-Run Movies Works For HBO Max
    AT&T's HBO/HBO Max added 2.7 million new U.S. subscribers in the first quarter, now totaling 44.2 million subscribers.
  • TV's New Bundle May Already Be Here
    How many more streamers can the TV landscape sustain? That's a big question when users still crave a la carte program options.
  • NextGen TV May Be Able To Fact-Check News Content
    Some reports suggest ATSC 3.0 might also be a tool to identify fake news and distinguish it from the real stuff.
  • Big European Soccer Teams Try To Go Rogue For More Money
    Within days of the ESL announcement, the negative reaction caused a course correction.
  • Can Streamers Break Through With Live TV?
    Premium streamers will air NFL games on ViacomCBS via Paramount+ and NBCUniversal's Peacock. Amazon will also stream exclusive airings of NFL's "Thursday Night Football."
  • Big Streaming Shows Up Costs: Amazon Prime Video Drops $465M On 'LOTR'
    Specific effects and location are major price factors for shows such as "Lord of the Rings," which count on high engagement.
  • TV Nets On Upfront Time, Marketers In The Crosshairs
    Decades of viewership erosion already had TV marketers questioning what and where to turn to supplement added reach of potential consumers.
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