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Millennials are forcing change on the TV industry—and making it better

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Will September, 2014 go down as the month Hollywood finally figured out millennials?

Here has what has happened in the past few days: 428 more words

HBO is now "seriously considering" whether to offer HBO Go without cable TV

It really might happen. Just not quite yet.

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes made his strongest comments yet about the possibility of selling standalone subscriptions to HBO Go, the network’s streaming service. 435 more words

Netflix is scaring the living daylights out of Australia's media industry

Netflix hasn’t launched in Australia—or even spoken publicly about any plans to do so—but it is already freaking out the country’s media establishment.

Reed Hastings’ online video-streaming company has, according to local reports, already amassed… 393 more words

The shifting sands of online video consumption in the US, illustrated in a single chart

The above chart, which comes from a survey of 1,007 Americans conducted by RBC Capital Markets and was published in a note this morning—I tweeted out… 116 more words

TiVo is still around and it actually has a decent business

About a decade ago, people in America were using the term “TiVo” as a verb, inter-changeably with “record” (as in “I’ll TiVo that show”).

Then cable companies started putting digital video recording capability into their set-top boxes, and TiVo, the company behind the eponymous digital video recording devices, that seemingly had the DVR market all to itself, started bleeding customers and faded into obscurity. 157 more words

How HBO is molding its little sister channel into a top competitor

“Skinemax” was struggling. In 2010, subscriber numbers at the US cable channel Cinemax, which earned that derisive nickname with its reputation for late-night soft-core pornography, were flat and starting to trend downward. 698 more words

The future of CBS: digital only programming (Vator)

Sometimes I can’t believe how much media has changed in just the last 15 years. Who could have predicted how much television we would not be consuming from a device other than a television set? 21 more words

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