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Apple earnings could offer clues on streaming performance

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jan 27, 2020
The tech company lacks the vast content of competitors but has buzz and money.
Buzz is building for "The Morning Show," which just won Jennifer Aniston a Screen Actors Guild Award and garnered several Golden Globe nominations.
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Streaming TV might go back to the future by embracing ad revenue

by Meghan McCarty Carino Dec 27, 2019
The forthcoming NBCUniversal service, Peacock, could be free and ad-supported ... like old-fashioned TV.
NBCUniversal plans to wade into the streaming pool with an ad-supported service called Peacock.
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Can BET's new streaming service improve the odds for black TV talent?

by Erika Beras Sep 19, 2019
Just launched, Bet+ is expected to put pressure on incumbent services to make their content more diverse.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry’s entire catalogue will be available on BET Plus. Above, Perry and Taraji P. Henson at the 2019 BET Awards where Perry received the Ultimate Icon Award.
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Don't panic, TV binging isn't ending, but streaming services are experimenting

by Jack Stewart Sep 5, 2019
Streaming services consider ways to keep viewers watching beyond the binge.
Streaming service Netflix is getting inventive with how it keep viewers engaged.
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Navigating the “Wild West” of streaming services

by Marielle Segarra, Danielle Chiriguayo, and Katherine Wiles Aug 20, 2019
With Apple and Disney tossing their hats into the streaming ring, how many services will consumers subscribe to before they reach breaking point?
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Netflix hasn't killed the box office

by Ben Bradford Apr 9, 2019
Global box office revenue is at an all-time high despite the narrative that streaming services, like Netflix, make going out to the movies obsolete.
Global box office revenue is at an all-time high despite the narrative that streaming services, like Netflix, make going out to the movies obsolete.
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Why more streaming services won’t necessarily mean lower prices

by Molly Wood Jan 22, 2019
Most services still seem cheaper than a night on the town.
"The cost of going out is substantially more expensive for most people than the cost of paying for another video streaming service," says Brian Wieser, senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group.
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How movies and TV are capitalizing on your holiday cheer

by Paulina Velasco Dec 22, 2017
Are you the type of person who during the holidays wants to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life” or debate which version of “A Christmas Carol” is the best? Or are you lining up to watch the new “Star Wars” movie for…

Cable companies don’t mind if customers watch more streamed TV

by Annie Baxter Aug 9, 2017
You may have heard about Disney’s announcement that it’s going to launch its own streaming service. The company is ending a deal with Netflix and says it wants more control over its destiny. And as for cable, that service that…

FCC set to rule on cable 'set-top boxes'

by Adam Allington Sep 29, 2016
The FCC vote could pave the way for app-based streaming of all cable programming.
The FCC will vote Thursday on the future of TV set-top boxes.
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