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Does the autoplay feature on streaming services cost you money?
The consumer isn’t likely to see higher costs, but telecom companies say that Big Tech should pay its fair share.
As streaming subscriptions fall, media giants turn to theme parks, live events for lost revenue
Pent up demand for in-person experiences may make up for slipping subscriber numbers.
What's next for streaming, after it surpasses cable?
In July, people spent more time streaming than watching cable TV for the first time. But streaming firms still have obstacles ahead.
What's behind Netflix releasing viewing data? Flexing its muscles.
Revealing the hours spent on the platform confirms Netflix’s strength in streaming, sending messages to viewers, creators and rivals.
Disney's reorganization puts the spotlight on streaming
How will the shift away from movie theaters and broadcast TV change what and how we watch?
Apple earnings could offer clues on streaming performance
The tech company lacks the vast content of competitors but has buzz and money.
Anime could be a key to streaming domination
As streaming platforms compete for the attention of young viewers, many are investing in Japanese animation.
Navigating the “Wild West” of streaming services
With Apple and Disney tossing their hats into the streaming ring, how many services will consumers subscribe to before they reach breaking point?
Just what is Apple going to unveil Monday?
And should Netflix and Hulu be worried?
Netflix, by the numbers
A look at the streaming service and its insatiable appetite for original content.