Even more astonishing is how much YouTube gives back to creators, artists and even big media organizations: $30 billion over the past three years.
Consumers think Netflix first -- and then everything else. That means no ads.
WarnerMedia isn't going to leave theaters hanging. Movie theaters will also get an exclusive window of an estimated 12 to15 movies from the studio.
Movie studios' marketing may never be the same, due to rising streaming platforms and viewer options.
Toyota, the large, Japanese-based automotive company, will not run TV advertising in Japan during the games.
AT&T has supplied Dish with infrastructure technology to aid its efforts to be a "mobile virtual network operator."
Digital, connected TV -- political advertising rises ever upward.
Fox Corp. will get into the game, launching Fox Weather later this year. Will it be straight reporting or politicized?
Netflix was always assumed to have plans to broaden its enterprise. But no one guessed this.
Rising efforts around local TV stations streaming/OTT businesses continue at a steady pace -- but still far less than local advertisers invest when it comes to social-media spending.