Quibi is tapping a second NBCUniversal news brand to produce daily news programming for its mobile-first live content platform, set to launch April 2020. Hispanic media juggernaut Telemundo announced today that its news division is partnering with Quibi on two Hispanic news shows for the platform’s curated news and entertainment programming vertical, Daily Essentials.
Netflix stock, which has slumped in recent months, perked up Thursday as analysts gave a vote of confidence in the streaming giant’s prospects. Shares reached $276 halfway through Thursday’s trading day, their highest level in three weeks. After a discouraging second-quarter earnings report in July, the stock has retreated but it remains essentially flat for the year to date.
The annual fall gathering will examine TV, satellite, online video, live events, podcasting, advertising, film, corporate A/V, production and post. In addition, held concurrently will be TVNewsCheck’s TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference and The Streaming Summit.
RhythmOne LLC, a Tremor International company, today announced its top rankings on the 2Q 2019 Programmatic Seller Trust Indexes as issued by omni-channel fraud intelligence company Pixalate. RhythmOne was named No. 1 on the display-focused Global Seller Trust Index (GSTI) for the U.S., No. 1 on the Mobile Seller Trust Index (MSTI) and No. 1 […]
To battle streamers, broadcasters are seeking to create “bonfire moments” with live content.
Connected TV ad spending is increasing significantly, but it still faces issues when it comes to the fragmentation of inventory, lack of standardized measurements, frequency capping and ad fraud.
The company that defined the concept of binge watching has continued to reinvent itself. But as Disney, Apple and others enter the streaming business, Netflix faces the biggest challenge in its history.
Consumer video streaming spending in the U.S. is forecast to continue its strong pace of growth — 24% to $22 billion next year, according to the Consumer Technology Association. CTA estimates that 2019 spending will hit $17.7 billion this year, up 25% from $14.1 billion a year ago.