As earnings season begins, one of the biggest emerging storylines is that Netflix’s most formidable rivals, led by Walt Disney, already may be starting to falter. If Disney can’t get to where Netflix is, can anyone?
Whatever Netflix’s second quarter results show, it’s clear that the Covid-19 crisis is fortifying the company’s lead in streaming TV entertainment.
Apple is acquiring older movies and shows for its TV+ streaming service, aiming to build a back catalogue of content that can better stack up against the huge library available on Netflix.
Society is seemingly trapped in amber, frozen in place by the coronavirus. But really we’re speeding ever faster toward a technological future.
Apple’s plan to challenge Netflix and Amazon.com in the TV business just got a little bit clearer. The maker of the iPhone and iPad plans to release a remake of Steven Spielberg’s science fiction anthology series Amazing Stories, according
YouTube plans to produce half a dozen original series that will be available for free on the world’s most popular video website, a big expansion of the Google-owned company’s programming and efforts to attract advertisers. Comedian Kevin Hart
Alphabet has warned investors about a slew of new competitors, highlighting the company’s broad expansion beyond its original Google search business. It named rivals including Apple, Netflix and Hulu, while highlighting risks from
The television industry will make a record number of shows in 2017, as streaming services Netflix, Amazon and Hulu propel a swell in production that’s creating an oversupply, veteran Fox executive John Landgraf said
Game of Thrones, HBO’s epic fantasy series, was nominated for 23 Emmy awards, including best TV drama, propelling Time Warner’s premium cable network to the front of the pack in the annual race for
Earlier this month, YouTube’s new subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service, YouTube Red, launched its first swag of “original” programmes. This followed news of significant rights acquisitions by SVOD services at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals