Get your calendars ready to start planning for the sixth annual Digital Content NewFronts. The Interactive Advertising Bureau today announced the programming schedule for the event, which takes place in New York from May 1-12.
Over the next several months, viewers are going to be more tempted than ever to cut the cord, thanks to a pair of anticipated new over-the-top (OTT), skinny bundle offerings from AT&T and Hulu.
The media world was out in full force, enjoying the last days of summer on both coasts. In Los Angeles, the Emmy Awards took everyone's attention, while in New York […]
With everyone from ESPN to Turner set to launch new over-the-top networks, the OTT video space is getting more crowded with every passing day.
The NFL regular season starts this week, and Sports Illustrated wants to load up your podcast apps with football commentary all fall.
Like many of its magazine publishing peers, Time Inc. has spent the past few years furiously working to reposition itself as a multiplatform media company.
As the digital video ecosystem has exploded over the past five years, it's given rise to a new kind of celebrity: Those who are able to amass large swaths of fans without having to be on a traditional media platform.
Undaunted by the massive proliferation of streaming services, Time Inc. is going over-the-top with a new service of its own.
Time Inc. has acquired Jane Pratt's xoJane and xoVain websites in a bid to build up its portfolio of brands that target millennials. Adweek first reported that the acquisition was imminent on Oct. 16.
Time Inc. is close to acquiring Jane Pratt's xoJane and xoVain sites for an undisclosed sum as it looks to increase its content targeting millennial women, sources tell Adweek.