by Wayne Friedman on Mar 17, 1:52 PM
Consumers seem to want shorter TV series -- to move on to the next must-see thing. Blame the lure of so-called "peak TV" if you must.
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 16, 9:00 AM
If Diamond Sports continues to go south, there's a plan by MLB to stream games for free to consumers. That is a tempting idea -- for the long term.
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 15, 9:38 AM
How can we resolve local TV stations' "core" advertising challenges? How about packaging all advertising TV platforms into one big bundle?
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 14, 9:00 AM
Networks say affiliates have a choice: let networks negotiate carriage/retransmission deals or go on their own, which means less negotiating power that networks can bring.
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 13, 10:27 AM
Walt Disney's Bob Iger says Hulu is in a "very tricky" business -- and we wonder what that means exactly.
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 10, 12:46 PM
Analysts believe a full box-office recovery won't happen until next year or, more likely, in 2025. How does this affect premium streaming services?
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 9, 9:49 AM
"Local was strong in January and February," said Rob Weisbord, Sinclair Broadcast Group chief operating officer. "The weakness we're seeing is really on the national side."
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 8, 10:14 AM
CBS still says programming size matters in linear TV and streaming. Does this mean altering the types of programming genres to get younger viewers, especially for streaming?
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 7, 9:00 AM
The downside when you want to lift or increase pricing more than your competitors is that you're going to sell less inventory -- which is what happened to Discovery.
by Wayne Friedman on Mar 6, 12:00 AM
There was behind-the-scenes drama at the Fox News Channel in the days following the Jan. 6 insurrection. Tucker Carlson is offering up a different perspective now, with first-access rights to some 42,000 hours of sensitive Capitol Police security videos.