by Wayne Friedman on May 31, 10:59 AM
U.K. ministers are mulling the idea of Ofcom ruling over Netflix as with traditional broadcasters - monitoring harmful or unsavory content and levying fines against Netflix if it comes to that.
by Wayne Friedman on May 30, 9:00 AM
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said the ad market faces a tough challenge for traditional national and local TV, adding: "The pricing of the marketplace is imperfect."
by Wayne Friedman on May 26, 10:25 AM
Those who log in with a family member or friend's info will need to pay $7.99/month to keep Netflix, but paying half the list price is still a good deal for the original ad-free SVOD service.
by Wayne Friedman on May 25, 11:44 AM
TV news executives are closely watching what Sinclair Broadcast Group did by eliminating all local news programming in five TV market stations it owns.
by Wayne Friedman on May 24, 9:08 AM
Telly is now prepared to give away 500,000 free TVs. How are they doing this? Selling advertising, of course. But not in the same way other TV set manufacturers are doing with their internal smart TV platforms
by Wayne Friedman on May 23, 9:00 AM
What is the outlook for the U.S. syndication business in this massive moment of change -- with all things moving to streaming and digital? Can TV stations keep up?
by Wayne Friedman on May 22, 1:05 PM
ESPN is preparing for a world that has complete dependency on streaming. ESPN already has ESPN+, a streaming service with limited programming, and some limited live programming -- but this is primarily non-exclusive to ESPN+.
by Wayne Friedman on May 19, 10:52 AM
YouTube and YouTube TV seem to have found their footing with sports programming, the dominant major TV-video content that pulls in big advertising dollars.
by Wayne Friedman on May 18, 9:41 AM
MTV News and Vice Media have both suffered losses -- although for different reasons.
by Wayne Friedman on May 17, 10:08 AM
"Blockbuster" cable TV news may not always be about a block being busted. The latest -- about an FBI investigation that should have never taken place -- is another example of how news gets sold to viewers.