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Another report says Google will switch to Android TV for its...

The Verge reports: "Back in March, 9to5Google reported that Google’s next streaming device will run Android TV and thus offer a more traditional user...

Why Holding an Album Until Touring Resumes May Be a ‘Bad...

Billboard reports: "As 2021 looks more likely for live music to safely return, agents argue that releasing music -- and finding new avenues for...

How China’s Tech Giants Charged Ahead When Coronavirus Shut Down Cinemas

Variety reports: "Things got weird on the Chinese Internet in January. With at least 760 million of the nation’s residents — a group more...

TikTok Boom! How the Exploding Social Media App Is Going Hollywood

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "The impossible-to-ignore, 2 billion strong platform is leveraging a massive sheltering-at-home audience hungry for new content to draw A-listers and...

How Gaming Tech Could Be Harnessed For Film & TV Production...

Deadline reports: "As some light begins to be seen as the end of the coronavirus lockdown tunnel (fingers firmly crossed), the industry is channeling...

Bandcamp Waived Fees Again Last Friday, Fans Spent $7.1M To Support...

Hypebot reports: "Bandcamp waived commissions again on May 1st as part of their effort to help independent musicians and labels during the current crisis....

Splice Sees Record Activity During Quarantine, Nearly 50% Surge to 1.1...

Variety reports: "Splice, the popular online music production marketplace that offers royalty-free samples and presets, has seen record-breaking activity since the start of the...

Amazon Games Studio Sets Launch Date For Free-to-Play Shooter ‘Crucible’

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Amazon Games Studio has set a release date for its upcoming free-to-play, team-based shooter Crucible: May 20." Read more

7 VCs discuss how COVID-19 is changing the media startup landscape

TechCrunch reports: "The world has changed dramatically since May 2019 when we last surveyed venture capitalists about the trends they were seeing in media,...

AVOD/SVOD fuel explosion in TV service stacking

nScreenMedia reports: "Hub says that the average number of TV services stacked together by U.S. viewers increased by 30% to 4.8 over the last...