Family Video closes doors in sign of streaming's strength

Feb 8, 2021
The pandemic was cited as a factor in shutting down the brick-and-mortar movie rental chain's remaining 250 locations.
A Family Video store in Texas in 2015. The Midwest-based brick-and-mortar chain fell victim to changing viewing habits.
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Is video conferencing worth all the trouble?

Apr 16, 2019
Some companies have lost $1 million in productivity just getting the technology to work.
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Police and private security personnel monitor security cameras at the Lower Manhattan Security Initiative on April 23, 2013 in New York City.
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The creator economy is turning to the sharing economy for camera gear

Dec 4, 2018
Online video creators hope better production quality means more views.
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How many streaming services are too many?

Nov 30, 2018
WarnerMedia, which owns HBO and other iconic TV brands, plans to launch its own subscription service next year.
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A look back at the "pivot to video" after a new lawsuit alleges Facebook misled about video viewership

Oct 19, 2018
The measurement error may have impacted more than just advertisers.

A look back at the "pivot to video" after a new lawsuit alleges Facebook misled about video viewership

Oct 19, 2018
The measurement error may have impacted more than just advertisers.

YouTube tries to make nice with its creators

Jun 22, 2018
Many are unhappy with how the site pays them.
The YouTube and Netflix app logos are seen on a television screen.
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