Colleges and universities promote alumni networks to help students find jobs after graduation, but fewer than one in 10 graduates are benefiting.
Documentaries were once treated as cinematic spinach – films that were good for you – but now, non-fiction filmmakers have transformed a genre with great storytelling
Original video programming appears to be the newest way The Athletic is courting subscription dollars.
When King James made his exodus west, the sports media responded in kind. But with LeBron in full mogul mode, they’re going to have to compete with more than other beat writers.
Spotify is signing artists directly, rather than going through music labels, according to this New York Times report. As the story says, while Spotify is moving carefully, it’s a big deal. In a world where many people get their music from subscription streaming service, it’s not clear why labels need to exist. Sure, the existing companies own the rights to most music that has been released in recent decades, so they aren’t going out of business anytime soon. But their original purpose, finding new talent and then making, marketing and distributing records and CDs for that talent, no longer exists. Labels can help with marketing but so can Spotify, or other music streaming services like Apple Music. Labels act as a middleman that takes a big cut from money that should go to artists. The music companies correctly see Spotify’s steps as an existential threat.
John Stankey said the streaming giant in three years won't look the way it does today given that it is working "very aggressively" to have more original content and reduce its reliance on library programming.
The NBA star is using his existing endorsement deals to accelerate his media company's branded content business and pave his future.
AT&T has transformed itself into a telecom and entertainment conglomerate with the purchase of Time Warner and, before that, the DirecTV satellite service. Now the company wants to change a key part of the television business. AT&T wants audience size to determine how much cable TV-like ...
Amazon.com Inc's top television shows drew more than 5 million people worldwide to its Prime shopping club by early 2017, according to company documents, revealing for the first time how the retailer's bet on original video is paying off.
Set to launch next year, Disney Play will be "the biggest priority of the company during calendar 2019."
Twitch attracts 15 million visitors a day, mostly to watch others play video games.
"Sometimes a story was literally just a YouTube video that they were linking to."
Feeling the need to tack a reaction on everything you see is stressful. But you don't have to do it.
With nimble startups like Netflix and NewTV, the death of television seems imminent. But the old-fashioned medium is powerful, lucrative, and just might be too big to fail.
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