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And just which one of The Weeknd's handlers approached him first with this project and said, 'You play a rapy nightclub owner named Tedros Tedros, and we'll need to straighten your hair ...'?
Amazon's free ad-supported service now touts around 280 linear 'channels' themed around genres and singular assets
'The debtors are in the process of determining whether to assume or reject one or more of the agreements,' the Sinclair subsidiary tells the court
Drama series chief Odetta Watkins told a Banff Media Festival audience Sunday that the $300 million Russo Bros. series represents a 'victory,' even though audiences in Amazon's most important market have virtually ignored it
Chris Hayes, Alex Wagner and Lawrence O’Donnell each decisively beat out the Fox News and CNN competition Thursday night
In the new SaaS agreement, the Chinese electronics maker will use the erstwhile Cineverse's Matchpoint distribution platform in its phones and smart TVs sold in North America
Research company Antenna says that Netflix domestic subscriber uptake increased by 102% following May 23 account-sharing announcement
New report suggests Charlie Ergen has little furniture left to burn to stave off the coming winter
At least in the U.S., few Prime Video subscribers have watched. For reasons we can't know, Amazon renewed it for season 2, anyway
Leichtman Research Group also finds that 88% of U.S. homes have at least one connected TV device
A four-part docuseries focused on the Argentinian World Cup megastar is also set to run on Apple TV Plus
In addition to plummeting ratings, the final months of former chief Chris Licht's tenure were marked by rapidly decreasing advertising sales, MediaRadar says
Turns out the presenting sponsor's barrage of logos and commercials is playing smothering offense for some viewers
Comcast wins the final judgment over Florida-based OTT tech startup WhereverTV, which sued the cable giant back in 2018 over how X1 handles streaming integration
CNN could have been spending the time reinventing itself as an always-on digital lifestyle brand, a la the 'New York Times'
Somehow, the video platform abandoned by AT&T three years ago, then cast off to private equity increased its American Customer Satisfaction Index score by five full percentage points over last year
Telco continues to flesh out the wholesale subscription hub it offers to mobile, 5G Home and LTE Home Internet customers in the U.S.
Colombian romantic thriller 'Fake Profile' was the only other Netflix show to crack even 40 million streaming hours
This company got you to stare at your smartphone while you cross busy streets and attend funerals and weddings. You think a $3,500 price point is going to stop Apple from hoisting the next frighteningly immersive level of computer technology upon all of us?
With negotiations with producers starting Wednesday, actors could soon join writers on the picket line
Jorgen Madsen Lindemann, ex-CEO of the Nordic media company's former parent, MTG, will take Jensen's place
CNN’s embattled CEO declares intention to ‘fight like hell’ to win back staff’s trust as WBD chief David Zaslav appears to lose confidence in him
Charter is seeking to offload wireless traffic from its Verizon network lease using CBRS-based radio access network (RAN) infrastructure
Tentative agreement with producers must now be ratified by the DGA's 19,000 members, and the impact on the ongoing writers strike is said to be negligible
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