YouTube is still grappling with how to ensure advertisers on its platform don’t get matched up with content they deem unsuitable or inappropriate.
Dish Network and its vMVPD Sling TV are the latest to join up with Comscore’s ongoing beta trial for its new Campaign Ratings ad measurement platform.
U.S. adults spend more than 10 hours a day consuming media—about half of that watching TV and other video.
AT&T’s WarnerMedia revealed the three-tier service structure for its streaming product, and an industry analyst sees the plan as a big mistake.
Verizon’s media business Oath—comprising the combined businesses of AOL and Yahoo—is bracing for some more bad news, this time in the form of a massive write-…
It’s been about one week since we kicked off voting and now it’s down to the finals: Comcast’s Brian Roberts versus Amazon Studios’ Jennifer Salke.
The quarterfinals are over, the polls are closed and now we’re down to the Final Four.
Netflix knows that Disney, WarnerMedia and others will pull back content for their platforms. But new figures paint a dire portrait of the aftermath.
The second round of voting is done, and things are starting to really heat up. Now, on to the quarterfinals.
Movies Anywhere, a digital movie service run by Disney in partnership with other media companies, has its first pay TV partner in Comcast.