For the most recent reporting week of October 23-29, Nielsen says "Suits" on Netflix took in 997 million minutes viewed by viewers age 2 and up -- the best result of all U.S. "acquired" shows on streaming platforms.
Could the Apple TV+/Major League Soccer deal signal a new way to attract and keep new consumers - as sports leagues focus on the next generation of young viewers?
We still don't have a clear picture of how theatrical-streaming windows might be normalized in future years.
Analysts are speculating that Paramount Global or parts of that company may be up for sale.
We now have what consumers have long wanted: individual media companies' streaming apps to pick and choose from. The question remains: Is this what consumers want?
Advertisers running away from edgy, controversial content on a media platform? We have seen it all before... on TV.
Is streaming bundling what consumers want to organize all their streaming purchases? And at what cost for consumers?
TV networks steering political aspirations in news content to a place where they get more viewers and high-paying advertisers is not new. Does this get to the bottom line?
Thirty-two percent of people ages 18-29 "regularly" get news from TikTok, and the percentage under 30 getting news from TikTok is up nearly 3x vs. 2020, Pew Research Center finds.
Netflix is seemingly trying to find some interesting formula that will give loyal sports TV viewers a different perspective they would not get otherwise.