Before there was Neflix's "A Christmas Prince," there was Hallmark.
ESPN announced a long-awaited round of layoffs today. About 100 staff members are expected to be let go, including on-air reporters and commentators. The cuts are a clear sign of the new economic reality facing live sports broadcasting. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The network now faces competition from the likes of Amazon and Netflix.
Disney doesn’t appear to have plans in place for its future leadership yet, so there’s speculation that CEO Robert Iger may need to stick around beyond 2018 — the latest date he said he’d step down. The company has had trouble finding a replacement as the landscape of cable TV continues to change and cord […]
The FCC vote could pave the way for app-based streaming of all cable programming.
Cable TV is trying to change its image. Time Warner Cable is one example.
Thinking outside the box, or opening Pandora’s? FCC chairman Tom Wheeler weighs in.