If you can't confirm a story, should you run a story? A publication does have a choice.
It is no longer just competition for linear TV -- it's cannibalization. And that's the rub.
There's a new MGM syndication TV show of compiled clips from Ring-like digital doorbell content -- "Ring Nation." One Congressman believes this has gone too far, perhaps crossing boundaries in too many privacy issues.
YouTube TV will test the boundaries of media attention as viewers to the virtual pay TV service will soon be able to watch four live streams simultaneously in a feature called "Mosaic Mode."
In the modern digital TV/video world, streaming bundles are on the rise -- even homemade ones. But are they really what consumers want?
Fox Nation is scheduling movies on its streamers. One exec tells the "Hollywood Reporter" they think of Fox Nation as "a lifestyle and entertainment service."
Big movie-studio owners have touted the return of profitability and strong box-office revenues. But apparently this does not translate to all movie-theater chains.
Several years from now, more sports will almost be assured of going to streamers, or will be shared more with TV networks
Could a third party succeed? Not only is there ever-widening polarization between the parties, but at the same time there is ever-mounting political fundraising.
Midterm political advertising looks to easily outpace 2018 midterm revenue this year -- up to $9.7 billion, according to an AdImpact estimate. But it doesn't stop there.