Over two million U.S households cancelled cable television services in 2017. The traditional TV industry could be in for another brutal year.
A false narrative is being advanced by news outlets that the reason for multiple failed deals is China’s clampdown on foreign investment.
Walt Disney Co has been in talks for the last couple weeks to buy film and television assets from conglomerate Twenty-First Century Fox.
After launching in 130 countries throughout 2016, Netflix has has run out of untapped markets. Netflix has 104 million global subscribers
CBS Films did not acquire I, Tonya after all – Neon and 30WEST will distribute in the U.S. UK’s Icon Film Distribution runs out of money, again!
TIFF Take Two: Protagonist starts sales on Cumberbatch bare-knuckle adaptation. Ed Arentz launches distributor Greenwich Entertainment.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is underway. There are plenty of films to wet the appetite of distributors and streamers alike.
By Cannes Film Festival 2018, unless some unforeseen events occur, it will no longer be possible to license films to specific territories.
In Q4 2016, 77% of respondents would only like to pay for the channels they watch, up 3% y-o-y. Pricing expectations are in contrast to what they are paying.
Paramount will not receive the $1 billion in slate funding from China’s Shanghai Film Group, and Hua Hua Media. A source said, the “Paramount deal is dead.”