Netflix layoffs are a warning sign for Big Tech: Losing trillions of dollars in value, Big Tech is pausing investments and new hires, which could slow momentum for tech startups.
Netflix’s spending changes are affecting its brand: Fallout from layoffs and difficulty producing hits are forcing the streamer to reexamine its image.
Apple, Netflix woo $490 billion market: Both companies announce new features in honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 19).
Content edits aren’t off limits for brand safety: Disney+ has removed several controversial scenes and lines from content as it ramps up its ad launch.
Rising costs and economic uncertainty are contributing to a reconsideration of streaming’s future. Streaming services are under pressure to attract consumers and retain them, all while inching toward profitability.
Netflix is playing catchup with its younger competitors: The platform began building livestream capabilities while competitors launch completed products.
Disney’s ad strategy prioritizes scarcity: Disney+ promises to run few ads and avoid targeting children entirely.
Affordability and exclusivity give Disney+ an edge: The relative streaming newcomer is enjoying success thanks to bundling and blockbuster content.
Advertisers and platforms identify Hispanic media as a growth opportunity: TelevisaUnivision, NBCUniversal, and Canela are among the players looking to strengthen their relationships with this demographic group.
Apple wants a bigger slice of the digital ad pie: The tech giant is reexamining its services category for more streaming and advertising opportunities.
Franchise films carried AMC through the first quarter: A slew of superhero films boosted AMC ticket sales despite a COVID-19 surge
The recent influx of premium streaming services is changing the way people access movies and TV shows. In the US, 18% of US paid video subscribers purchase just one streaming service, down 17 percentage points from 2019. By contrast, 35% currently pay for four or more services, up 24 percentage points from three years ago.
Roku’s potential Starz deal shows how important content is becoming to streaming platforms: The company is looking to acquire a stake in the Lionsgate-owned cable network.
Roku is taking streamers on in the race for original content: The digital video firm announced new advertising tools and content that immediately gained traction.
On today's episode, we discuss what to make of Google's Q1 and what is behind YouTube's slowing growth. "In Other News," expect to learn about the future of the video streaming bundle and what kind of an impact the newly formed Warner Bros. Discovery can have on the media world. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Paul Verna.
As Reels grows up, its videos are getting longer: Instagram’s TikTok clone is expanding its length to improve its monetization strategy.
Apple’s shift away from tech doesn’t come at the expense of its brand: Once known for its sleek hardware, Apple is now focusing on media.
Apple survives supply chain shortages on way to post record sales: The company’s ability to navigate global shortages could be put to the test by prolonged pandemic-related factory shutdowns in China.
NBCU is searching for new standards in video advertising: The network is challenging competitors and bringing new solutions across the fragmented industry.