As streaming platforms compete for the attention of young viewers, many are investing in Japanese animation.
Platforms like Netflix, HBO and Amazon are competing with each other for celebrity life stories, at about $25 million a pop.
Netflix hopes "Seinfeld" will keep the streaming giant master of its domain, while HBO Max hopes to enter the field with a "Big Bang."
Brands of all kinds are rushing to capitalize on the show.
After an expensive deal to buy TimeWarner, AT&T is making some changes to its DirecTV streaming bundles. It’s raising prices but also adding its much-coveted property, HBO, to the mix for free. The DirecTV strategy is offering a glimpse into how post-merger AT&T is strategizing to cut a bit of costs — it’s dropping content […]
The first changes are being made to media operations.
The money and the history behind America's most beloved television show.
"Fightworld" creator Frank Grillo says many champions started out "fighting for their lives."
"Random Acts of Flyness," created by Terence Nance, wants to change the way viewers think.