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Why “Being The Glass” Creates Some Of Streaming Video’s Most Valuable...

Forbes reports: "The streaming-video wars have set off a gold rush for creative talent, attractive content libraries and even competitor/acquisitions. But some of the...

Why Everyone Wants A Piece Of Shift72, Which Has Grown By...

Deadline reports: "Many film companies have taken a battering during the pandemic. The opposite is true of Shift72. Business for the New Zealand-based company,...

VENN to Launch in August With Slate of Original Shows

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Set to broadcast live from Los Angeles, the gaming-centered digital media network is aimed at the Gen Z and millennial...

Twitch seems to have picked up most of Mixer’s streamers

The Verge reports: "Streamers seem to have flocked to Twitch from Mixer after the Microsoft-owned live-streaming service announced plans to shut down in June." Read...

Advertisers Rush to TV’s Debates, Election Coverage

Variety reports: "What will it take to get movie studios to start running TV ads again? Maybe the 2020 election." Read more

Super Aggregator ScreenHits TV Closes $2 Million in Funding

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "The U.K.-based service, which allows users to search for content across all online platforms, is set to launch across the...

AT&T’s NBA Holographic Interviews Could Pave Way For New 5G Uses

Forbes reports: "It’s not quite being there, but AT&T so liked the outcome of holographic interviews on ESPN and TNT telecasts during the NBA...

U.S. judge blocks Trump administration’s TikTok download ban

VentureBeat reports: "A U.S. judge has temporarily blocked a Trump administration order that was set to bar Apple and Google from offering Chinese-owned short...

Analyst Cuts 2020 Box Office Estimate, Says Cinemas Will Reopen in...

The Hollywood Reporter reports: “U.S. cinemas are likely to reopen in September "at the earliest" given latest infection data for the novel coronavirus pandemic,...

Comcast credits AI software for handling the pandemic internet traffic crush

VentureBeat reports: “Comcast said investments in artificial intelligence software and network capacity have helped it meet internet traffic demand during the pandemic.” Read more