TV / Video

Streaming Services Are Here to Grow—More People Would Keep Watching or Add on Another

93% of consumers told Nielsen they will increase or not change the number of services they subscribe to.

The Conners Airs Live Tonight, Reacting to New Hampshire Primary Results in Real Time

ABC’s The Conners is airing a live episode at 8 p.m. that will incorporate ABC News’ coverage of the latest Democratic primary.

Former Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins Will Head Up Amazon’s Video Studios

Mike Hopkins will oversee its Prime Video platform and Amazon Studios as an svp beginning later this month.

Oscars Fall to Record Low Ratings Following Second Hostless Year

The 92nd Oscars drew 23.6 million viewers and a 5.3 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, both record lows for the Academy Awards telecast.

Google’s Oscars Ad Shows How It Can Help You Find Your Favorite Movie Locations

"Find Your Scene" with Google Maps.

Female Directors Were Frozen Out of This Year’s Oscars, so They’re Stealing the Broadcast’s Ads

“You stole our Oscars. So we stole your ads.” Stunt comes from agency Mojo Supermarket.

ABC Sells Out Oscars Ad Inventory, With 30-Second Spots Going for Up to $2.8 Million

The Academy Awards were the most-watched entertainment broadcast of 2019.

CBS All Access Will Become an Expanded ‘House of Brands’ Under ViacomCBS

The free ad-supported offering will build out a broad subscription tier and expand on a premium offering anchored by Showtime.

Viceland, Still Struggling After Four Years, Quietly Changes Its Name to Vice TV

The cable channel is rebranding to Vice TV and continuing its push into news programming.

How Homeland’s Producers Have Navigated the Ups and Downs, the Praise and the Criticism

The Showtime series returns Sunday for its eighth and final season.