TV / Video

Fox Sports Adds an Extra Super Bowl Ad Pod 2 Months After Selling Out Inventory

Nearly 2 months after selling out its Super Bowl advertising inventory, Fox finds a way to capitalize on massive demand this year.

Fox News’ Sean Hannity Will Interview Trump as Part of Super Bowl Sunday Coverage

President Trump will officially be a part of Fox's pregame programming on Feb. 2.

CBS All Access Uses NFL Playoffs to Launch Star Trek: Picard, Its ‘Biggest’ Show Yet

Parent company ViacomCBS is counting on Star Trek: Picard to boost its subscriber numbers.

Hallmark Channel Chief Bill Abbott Exits Following Same-Sex Wedding Ad Controversy

Last month, Hallmark Channel sparked outrage after briefly pulling ads by wedding planning brand Zola featuring a same-sex couple.

As Domestic Growth Slows, Netflix Focuses Globally and Creates New Viewing Metric

Netflix is looking abroad for growth opportunities as it faces a continued slowdown in domestic subscribers.

The 7 Biggest Things We Learned About TV’s Future at TCA Winter Press Tour

The TCA winter press tour gave us a glimpse into what the industry will look like in 2020.

Even Apple TV+’s Biggest Stars Don’t Know How Their Shows Are Doing

Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston said they relied on qualitative responses to The Morning Show rather than information from Apple.

YouTube Will Double Its Original Programming in 2020, Focusing on Documentaries

Much of YouTube's upcoming original programming is centered on nonfiction content.

Freeform Is Using Events to Drive Viewership While Streaming ‘Everything’

Network president Tom Ascheim says two-thirds of originals viewership happens on Hulu.

‘Exclusivity Matters’ to Hulu With Original Shows, but Not Library Content

With streaming rivals prepared to remove from shows from its platform, Hulu is banking on original programming to keep the service afloat in the years to come.