Monetizing a legacy TV network is challenging in an increasingly digital world.
Movie nominations influenced the movie viewing of 70% of survey takers, according to research from USDish.
The king of all trophy-based entertainment awards shows, "The Oscars," took another massive hit this year -- down 60% in viewership.
AT&T's HBO/HBO Max added 2.7 million new U.S. subscribers in the first quarter, now totaling 44.2 million subscribers.
How many more streamers can the TV landscape sustain? That's a big question when users still crave a la carte program options.
Some reports suggest ATSC 3.0 might also be a tool to identify fake news and distinguish it from the real stuff.
Within days of the ESL announcement, the negative reaction caused a course correction.
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."
Specific effects and location are major price factors for shows such as "Lord of the Rings," which count on high engagement.
Decades of viewership erosion already had TV marketers questioning what and where to turn to supplement added reach of potential consumers.