Online-only television packages are getting pricier to the point that they’re approaching the same fees paid for traditional cable.
For the third time in less than four years, CBS Corp. is yet again planning to merge with Viacom.
Sky’s new owners, Comcast, will more than double its investment in European original programming for the new venture – Sky Studios.
Starting in 2020, films released by Lionsgate will be distributed on the Hulu streaming service, and FX, the basic-cable channel now owned by Disney after the takeover of Fox.
Disney, Amazon Prime, and Netflix have pivoted to India, the world’s second largest market, after plans to launch and sustain services in the world’s most populous nation hit the Great Wall of China.
Recently, anonymous sources have reported to multiple news outlets about the difficulty Hollywood will face in attempting to take back its content from Netflix.
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AT&T’s decision to acquire a declining DirecTV and a sputtering Time Warner is materializing into a massive miscalculation.