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.
Comcast’s NBCUniversal is launching an ad-supported streaming service that will be free to its 52 million Pay-TV subscribers.
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…”
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.
Walt Disney Co’s deal to buy film, television and international businesses from Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox is valued around $40 per share, or $75B.
Comcast drops its bid to acquire Twenty-First Century Fox. Disney will likely purchase Fox’s film and television assets before 2017 is over.
Series viewership outpaces overall growth because Netflix is using vast resources to become a dedicated content creator.
At The New Yorker’s TechFest event last Friday the CEO of Netflix attacked the theater owners for the lack of innovation in the film business.
RTL and TF1 will equally co-fund with NBCUniversal’s global television production division. The partners will equally share revenues generated from content.