Think of Netflix more like Walt Disney, which has a vast consumer products and licensing division.
Rocketing initial interest in subscription streaming platforms has created good, top-line news. And some dings, too.
Packaging news content at high-profile streamers seems an uneasy fit. Would you really tune in to a CNN special after the 'Friends Reunion'?
Nielsen's continuing premise is that third-party validation is still important. And much of that comes with its longtime panel.
Cox Media Group -- which owns 57 U.S. radio and TV stations -- apparently has been hacked.
The latest data shows 82% of broadband users have at least one subscription service.
Due to the pandemic, there is a surfeit of major theatrical franchise movies backed up from a year ago.
If you guessed TV, you guessed wrong. We're talking about Twitter.
Gray TV wants OTT streamers to pay the same carriage rates as cable, satellite, telco and virtual pay TV providers.
Scientific research shows our energy is being sapped by Zoom meetings, as well as Cisco Webex, Microsoft Teams and Google Meet.