YouTube TV and ESPN+ are both raising their monthly charges.Jul 1, 2020 - Economy & Business
Wednesday was the number one day in Twitter's history for downloads.Jun 9, 2020 - Technology
COVID-19 has accelerated the shrinkage of journalism.May 21, 2020 - Economy & Business
Multiple companies turned a profit last year.Jan 21, 2020 - Economy & Business
Broadcast networks were shut out of Golden Globe nominations.Dec 10, 2019 - Economy & Business
Charges against Benjamin Netanyahu highlight the trendNov 26, 2019 - Economy & Business
Over the last year, jobs that we never considered dangerous have turned into hazardous occupations.
Why it matters: Millions of Americans are finding themselves on the front lines of crises that they didn't see coming — and they're often not trained, or paid enough, to be there.
Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization that covers education at the local level, plans to expand its pop-up newsroom, called Votebeat, to cover voting at the local level through the 2022 midterm elections.
Why it matters: It's Chalkbeat's first real foray into a beat other than education.
Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S., will announce today the launch of "PrendeTV," a free, ad-supported streaming service, sources tell Axios.
The big picture: Univision becomes the latest major broadcaster to jump into the streaming wars.
OZY brought in $50 million in revenue last year, helping it hit profitability for the first time in its 7-year history.
Why it matters: The company has received acquisition offers from at least two major media companies, its founder and CEO Carlos Watson tells Axios.
The publisher of The Epoch Times, a stridently pro-Trump publication with a flair for conspiracy theories and links to Chinese dissidents, nearly quadrupled its revenue during the first three years of the administration.
Why it matters: The nonprofit Epoch Times Association’s 2019 revenue of $15.5 million, up from $3.9 million in 2016, shows how lucrative news coverage catering to the president's most fervent supporters could be — and will likely remain even after he leaves office.
Roku announced Friday that it is acquiring the rights to stream all of Quibi’s library of 75 original shows to its more than 50 million users.
Why it matters: The deal is part of a broader effort by Roku to offer free content that the platform believes will help attract and retain subscribers.
Stephen A. Smith is the face of ESPN. Can he be the face of ESPN+, too?
Driving the news: Smith will debut a new weeknight series on ESPN+ starting Monday. Unlike the debate shows he's known for, this will have more of a late-night feel, with A-list guests and a variety of original segments.
You can't understand America, 2021, without watching how right-wing media explained a mob storming the U.S. Capitol for the first time since the early 19th century.
The big picture: The right's favored media — conservative TV, websites and social networks — offered an alternate reality in which everyone but pro-Trump rioters were to blame for the mayhem at the Capitol.
Major news outlets around the world carried news of the demonstrations and mob breach of the Capitol in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, showing how huge of an impact the disruption of democracy in America has on other places around the world.
Twitter has acquired 7-year-old design agency Ueno to help "accelerate the quality and execution of our design and product experiences on Twitter," according to the company's Chief Design Officer Dantley Davis.
The big picture: It's not the first time Twitter has acquired a design agency. The company bought DC-based design agency Nclud in 2012.