Very few Disney+ subscribers blinked when streaming prices sharply increased.
The company is partnering with the likes of Bumble, while also making it harder for people to watch.
It’s time to make some money — Netflix.
“Ugh,” Reed Hastings said. “I had been hoping Iger would run for President.”
A bad buying experience is pressing pause on the audio giant’s next chapter.
With a new TV deal on the horizon, the NBA is at a crossroads.
Spotify’s betting big on audiobooks, and taking on Amazon in the process.
Streaming consolidation should lead to better price points and less friction for consumers.
Netflix and TikTok have helped bring captions to the masses.
Five hundred hours of content are added to YouTube every minute.
YouTube once had a collective of “coolhunters’ who scoured the platform for potential hits.
YouTube’s new podcast homepage is live in the US. Will it become the top podcast platform?
With services raising prices and introducing ads, is streaming starting to look like cable?
Horror movies are cheap and people like them, making them great streaming fodder.
Plus, the port of LA literally doesn’t sound stressful at all.
The removal of a popular YouTube channel exposes how bogus copyright claims can impact creators.
Spotify wants to incorporate more interactive experiences. It just bought Heardle, a music guessing game.
Plus, numbers from the UK’s measurement debate, and an almond backlog.
Plus: Bitcoin’s energy dip, and an X-wing Fighter model purchase.
Cricket has been Disney’s secret weapon in the streaming wars, but that’s about to end.
Back in December 2007, Netflix nearly launched its own Roku.
As Paramount’s hit show has soared, so have Montana’s housing prices.
Paramount’s strategy has led to early success, but experts believe an acquisition is inevitable.
With nine shows across two networks, Dick Wolf has an unprecedented grip on network TV.
Solving for profits while spending on growth is one helluva noble task.
Earnings fell short of expectations. What happened?