There is even more bad news for pay television providers. Unlike 2017, subscribers signing up for cheaper online television bundles are starting to contract.
All told, Barclays, HSBC and Bank of Ireland could face a tax bill up to £11 billion for their role in EIS tax avoidance schemes.
Last year was the first year that global viewers spent more on online video streaming services than attending movie theaters.
The European Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy will destroy Europe’s independent film and television market in favor of global technology companies.
More and more consumers are piecing together entertainment content from multiple services rather than relying on a traditional cable television package.
The team at Apple responsible for the rollout of its new streaming service has been calling it a “Netflix Killer.”
Beyond maintaining AT&T’s core telecom business, the company is beset with declining DirecTV subscribers and a host of problems at Time Warner and Warner Bros.
Apple is announcing its new streaming service on March 25th, but the company is still scrambling to sign deals with content providers.
The long-awaited buyout of Fox by Disney, which was announced in December 2017, is officially scheduled to close March 20th.
After years of internal divisions, family squabbles, lawsuits, and sexual harassment investigations, Viacom and CBS are starting to resemble real companies again.