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.
Apple is expected to finally announce its new streaming service during the company’s March 25th conference.
Apple has too much cash and not enough imagination. There is growing speculation that Apple will purchase Netflix.
AT&T’s buyout of a declining DirecTV and a sputtering Time Warner at the top of the market is materializing into a massive miscalculation.
The deep pockets of digital distributors have inflated the average price of film rights at Sundance and other major film festivals.
Perhaps the biggest revelation from Netflix’s earning call last week is the admission that they are “ready to pay top-of-the-market prices for…”
The Hulu streaming service reached more than 25 million subscribers at the end of 2018. On a year-over-year basis Hulu subscriber growth rose 48%.
WarnerMedia’s decision may seem at odds with the company’s overall strategy to bring owned content ‘in-house’ to make it exclusive on its new streaming site.
As media markets reach a consolidation fever pitch, three companies will emerge controlling nearly all content creation and distribution in the United States.