Kelsey Sutton

Kelsey Sutton

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

Here’s How to Subscribe to HBO Max

Accessing WarnerMedia's new HBO Max streaming service will be easier said than done for some current HBO subscribers.

With Live Sports on Hold, Broadcasters Have Dug Deep to Find Alternative Programming

Since live sports were canceled two months ago, broadcasters have scrambled to fill their suddenly bare schedules with content to keep fans engaged.

Hulu Gets Disney-fied User Interface Upgrade

Hulu's new navigation-friendly interface design more closely matches the experience on Disney's other streaming services, Disney+ and ESPN+.

ViacomCBS Offers Optimistic Outlook on Fall TV’s Return in Day 2 of Upfront Event

Day 2 of ViacomCBS' virtual upfront presentation focused on CBS and CBS All Access shows that still aren't able to resume production.

ViacomCBS Stresses Power of Combined Portfolio in Day 1 of Virtual Upfront

ViacomCBS took a business as usual approach to Day 1 of its virtual upfront event, emphasizing the power of its combined portfolio.

Disney Streaming Head Kevin Mayer Leaves to Become TikTok CEO

Kevin Mayer's surprise Disney departure to become TikTok's CEO comes at a critical moment for both companies.

The Race to Build the Perfect Streaming Service

Building the perfect streaming service is more complicated than it looks, and more urgent than ever.

For Streamers, Kids Programming Has Never Been More Valuable Than During the Pandemic

Streamers have been bulking up on kids programing, and those investments have paid off during the pandemic.

NBCUniversal Sets 9 Originals For Peacock Premiere

The upcoming streamer's lineup is limited due to production shutdowns during the pandemic.

Snap and TikTok Join Postponed NewFronts Lineup as IAB Sets New Schedule

The IAB set its revised NewFronts schedule for the week of June 22, which includes new presenters Snap, TikTok, Vevo and Forbes.