Typically, scores of new linear TV shows each season barely make it through their first season before getting the axe.
What is actually left for Fox News Channel, Fox News Media, and Fox Television Network? Right now many would say much of the same, especially under his son Lachlan Murdoch, executive chairman of Fox Corp.
Disney's theme parks are the company's mothership. Iger said "that storytelling is what fuels this company, and it belongs at the center of how we organize our businesses."
How will consumers figure out that less might be more? That if everyone is cutting back, they and premium streaming execs can still reside in a happy place?
Certain TikTok accounts are posting full episodes of TV shows and full-length films in bite-sized clips that users can watch in a long, continuous string, "The Wall Street Journal" says.
HBO's critically acclaimed "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" - ending after just two seasons - has been the dominant program on Max. But apparently it is not enough.
Right now, the prevailing wisdom is that consumers want all the popular channels in their bundle, also at a low price. If that's not possible, they would want to pick the TV brands on a short-term basis.
Here is a little roundup of relevant news and analysis, starting with what likely is the biggest story of the week. No, it's not about Madonna - it's about Disney's potential sale of ABC, and if reports are true, to burgeoning media conglomerate Byron Allen Media.
It's hard to believe it's been two days since I wrote about Madonna, but she's back in TV advertising news thanks to Pepsi's decision to finally re-release the controversial "Like a Prayer" commercial she did for the cola brand 34 years ago.
Even as the U.S. JIC pushes to certify new alt currencies, iSpot's acquisition of 605 has reduced the contenders from six to five -- so far.