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Medal.tv Raises $9 Million for Short-Form Gaming Videos

VentureBeat reports: "Medal.tv said it has raised $9 million in funding for short-form videos that have become a big means of self-expression in the...

WarnerMedia’s Crunchyroll to Acquire Majority Stake in Anime Distributor Viz Media...

Variety reports: "Crunchyroll, the anime streaming-service division of WarnerMedia’s Otter Media, entered into a pact to become the majority owner of Viz Media Europe...

XYZ Films’ Management Unit Inks First Group Of Filmmaker Clients

Deadline reports: "XYZ Films has signed its inaugural group of clients for its new management division, which focuses on filmmakers with an emphasis on...

Google Search Now Lets You Personalize TV and Movie Recommendations on...

VentureBeat reports: "Finding the best new flicks and shows just got easier, thanks to Google, which has quietly announced a way to improve suggestions...

Facebook Watch Signs Video Partnerships With News Publishers in Europe

Variety reports: "Facebook Watch has signed video partnerships with France’s Le Monde, Germany’s Axel Springer and Sweden’s Expressen, among other news outlets, to deliver...

Netflix May Target Russia, Eastern Europe, Australia for Originals Next, Study...

Hollywood Reporter reports: "Ampere Analysis suggests several international markets are underserved by Netflix's local-language series and could be the next targets for production investment...

Disney+ Streaming Service to Reach 82 Million Subscribers Worldwide by 2024:...

Hollywood Reporter reports: "Disney’s upcoming Disney+ streaming service will reach 82 million subscribers worldwide by 2024, according to a forecast from Digital TV Research....

A+E Studios Inks First-Look Deal With The Cut

Deadline reports: "A+E Studios has closed a two-year first look development and production deal with William Green and Aaron Ginsburg’s production company The Cut....

Why the WGA-Agents Battle Has Yet to Significantly Impact TV Dealmaking

Variety reports: "Nearly five months after the Writers Guild and the Assn. of Talent Agents failed to reach a new franchise agreement, leading to...

Google Will Pay $170 Million for YouTube’s Child Privacy Violations

The Verge reports: "On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it is fining Google $170 million following the agency’s investigation into YouTube over...