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YouTube’s TikTok competitor Shorts will soon let users sample audio from...

The Verge reports: "Being able to sample audio from other users’ videos is one of TikTok’s greatest strengths. It allows memes to percolate across...

Facebook Publishes New Report on the Future Opportunities of AR and...

Social Media Today reports: "With technology rapidly advancing, augmented and virtual reality elements are both set to become significant considerations, in a broad range...

Subscription-based streamers outstrip ad-supported services’ share of watch time

Digiday reports: "Ad-supported streaming services have some catching up to do. Subscription-based streaming services, which are largely ad-free, continue to dominate the amount of...

Disney, NBCU, Fox Start to Sell in TV’s Accelerating Upfront Market

Variety reports: "At least three of the nation’s big media companies are writing deals in an upfront ad-sales market that is moving more rapidly...

Gray Boosts Acquisition Price for Meredith’s Local TV Stations to $2.83B

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Meredith Corp. has agreed to sell its local TV stations, which are housed in its Local Media Group, to Gray...

Will Apple Be the Next Tech Giant to Buy a Studio?

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Amid a wave of M&A fever, will Amazon’s $8.45 billion takeover of MGM prompt its Silicon Valley rival Apple to...

Netflix and BMG Strike Long-Term Music Publishing Deal Outside U.S.

Variety reports: "Netflix has struck a new long-term exclusive agreement with BMG for the management and administration of its music publishing rights worldwide outside...

How Will Amazon “Reimagine” MGM’s Film Studio?

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "As the tech giant pays $8.45 billion to develop IP spanning 4,000 films, a guessing game begins on whether the...

Are Movies And Streaming The Next Frontier For NFTs?

Forbes reports: "Few industries have had to adapt as dramatically to digital and transform as the film and entertainment sectors. Gen Xers witnessed VHS...

CAA Selling ‘Mare of Easttown’ Studio Wiip to South Korean TV...

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "South Korean television giant JTBC Studios is entering the U.S. market by acquiring wiip, the production company behind the HBO...