Publishers Haven’t Fully Embraced Data, and It’s Deterring Potential Audiences

Here are 3 ways that they can start reshaping their strategies.

This Weekend’s New York Times Magazine Won’t Be Filled With Words

The upcoming issue will be heard, not read

Condé Nast Launches Video Network Geared Towards Women

Glamour magazine will be at the core of the new venture.

Experian and Bravo Will Sponsor Season 3 of Serial on Pandora

Brands are eager to sign on after 15 million streams for Season 2.

These Are the Networks Available on DirecTV Now, Sling, Hulu, YouTube TV and PlayStation Vue

Not all vMVPDs carry the same content.

It Took a Year, But Facebook Watch Finally Has a Show Worth Watching

Sorry For Your Loss could be the calling card the outlet has been searching for.

HBO, Netflix and Amazon Dominated Ad-Supported TV at the Emmys

The broadcast networks won only 2 awards during Monday’s ceremony.

Pitchfork Names New Editor, Another Condé Nast Publication to See Executive-Level Turnover

Puja Patel, formerly editor of Spin, starts October 15.

Hulu Hires Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello to Warn Emmy Viewers: ‘Don’t Get Hulu’

Its ‘Better Ruins Everything’ campaign kicks off with a 60-second ad during tonight’s ceremony.

You Can Now Download CBS All Access Content, but Only If You’re an Ad-Free Subscriber

The streaming service is offering offline viewing for ‘select shows.’