TV / Video

As Traditional Publishing Fades Away, Publishers Need to Find New Means of Distribution and Monetization

Similar to what cable and video content do.

Joe Biden Will Host IGTV Series Centered Around Hot-Button Issues

Premiering Wednesday, just in time to lead up to the midterm elections.

Ad Buyers Say CBS Should Be Fine Without Les Moonves at the Helm

‘Anybody, Les included, is replaceable. Companies are larger than individuals.’

Despite Declining Ratings and Protest Controversy, the NFL TV Ad Market Is as Strong as Ever

Advertisers are ready for some football.

Embattled CBS CEO Les Moonves Is Officially Departing the Company After 23 Years

He’ll leave immediately; COO Joseph Ianniello will step in as interim CEO.

Les Moonves Hit With New Sexual Assault Allegations as He Prepares to Leave CBS

Six additional women detail disturbing claims in a second New Yorker article, published this morning.

Nielsen Estimates That 119.9 Million U.S Homes Have TVs for the Upcoming Season

That’s 300,000 more than last year.

Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum Quit Project Runway to Create a New Fashion Show for Amazon

As part of their new deal, Amazon Fashion will create a ‘shoppable experience’ for viewers.

New Research Shows We’re Now at Peak OTT

Viewers are settling into their services.

Greg Berlanti Sold His New Cyberstalker Drama by ‘Cyberstalking’ the Network Execs He Pitched It To

Lifetime’s You, premiering Sunday, shows the downsides of oversharing on social media.