Kelsey Sutton

Kelsey Sutton

Kelsey Sutton is Adweek’s streaming editor, where she covers the business of streaming television. She was previously a media reporter at Mic and Politico.

6.5 Million People Watched Netflix’s Breaking Bad Film El Camino on Opening Weekend

Nielsen said 2.6 million tuned in the day of its release.

Netflix Adds 6.8 Million Subscribers as It Awaits ‘New Wave of Competition’

The streaming giant will spend $15 billion on original content this year.

NBC News Plans to Double Original Podcasts in Deal with Wondery

The independent podcast publisher will also take over advertising sales and marketing for NBC News' existing podcasts.

Hulu Will Stream Tonight’s Democratic Debate to All Subscribers for Free

It's the first time the streaming service is offering a livestream option to all customers.

Crackle’s Parent Company Is Pushing Further Into Original Content

Landmark Studio Group, helmed by industry vet David Ozer, will develop TV shows and films.

Most TV Viewers Wait to Stream a Show Rather Than Watch Ads

They also like to binge episodes instead of waiting week-to-week, according to a new survey.

HBO Spotlights Characters’ Mental Health Struggles in ‘It’s OK’ Campaign

Shows depicting mental illness also get disclaimers in an ongoing initiative that kicked off on Mental Health Awareness Day.

A Breaking Bad Pop-Up Is Coming to LA as Follow-Up Movie El Camino Hits Netflix

The Breaking Bad Experience will open Oct. 16 and run through year's end.

G/O Media Shutters Splinter, Lays Off Staff

Shutdown comes 6 months after Great Hill Partners acquired the company formerly known as Gizmodo Media Group.

Twitter Pauses Phone Number Matching After Security Lapse

Contact information provided by users to keep their accounts safe was used by marketers to target advertising.