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Why Your Brand Should Double Down on Owned Media

Why Your Brand Should Double Down on Owned Media

Here are three steps you can take today to maximize your owned media assets.
Why Your Brand Should Double Down on Owned Media

Why Your Brand Should Double Down on Owned Media

Here are three steps you can take today to maximize your owned media assets.

FX is now exclusively streaming its shows on Hulu

Starting today, FX content is streaming on Hulu. More than 40 of FX Networks' series, including Nip/Tuck, Justified, Damages, Rescue Me and Thief and Terriers, are available on the platform, and new

Crunchyroll details its first eight original anime productions

Following the likes of Netflix and other more mainstream video platforms, anime streamer Crunchyroll has started commissioning its own original content. The company detailed the first slate of
As Netflix Originals Increase, Platform Offers Less Content Overall

As Netflix Originals Increase, Platform Offers Less Content Overall

A decade ago, Netflix Originals didn't exist. Now they make up for the fact that there are almost 1,500 fewer TV shows and movies on the service than there were in 2010.
As Netflix Originals Increase, Platform Offers Less Content Overall

As Netflix Originals Increase, Platform Offers Less Content Overall

A decade ago, Netflix Originals didn't exist. Now they make up for the fact that there are almost 1,500 fewer TV shows and movies on the service than there were in 2010.

Facebook may be cutting its budget for original Watch content

Facebook is reportedly reducing its budget for original programming on Watch. The company plans to spend less on originals and more on talk shows and licensing clips from TV networks and sports

Netflix and Nickelodeon team up to take on Disney+

Nickelodeon and Netflix just announced a multi-year deal to produce original animated content based on the Nickelodeon library and new characters. The details are still vague, but the companies have

Apple confirms its launch TV+ series will return for second seasons

Wondering how things are going for Apple TV+ after its first week? Officially, the company informed industry outlets like Variety and Deadline that all four of the scripted shows it launched with last
YouTube to spend $100M on original children’s content

YouTube to spend $100M on original children’s content

Creators of child-directed content will be financially impacted by the changes required by the FTC settlement, YouTube admitted today. The settlement will end the use of children’s personal data for

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For Netflix, being a premium service in India has its perks

For Netflix, being a premium service in India has its perks

Partnerships and original content are key.

Snapchat launches Creator Shows with Serena Williams and Kevin Hart

In the last year, the time spent watching Shows on Snapchat has tripled. The company wants to take advantage of that. Today, it announced Creator Shows, a new format that will deliver regularly
A Mumbai-based startup may soon create India’s answer to The Simpsons

A Mumbai-based startup may soon create India’s answer to The Simpsons

Supari Studios has entered the big league of content creators.

With Disney in charge, Hulu plans original content push

Now that Disney is in charge of Hulu, the streaming service is going to get more original content. Hulu CEO Randy Freer told CNBC that Hulu's "investment in original programming will increase

“Russian Doll” will return to Netflix for a second season

Harry Nilsson’s “Gotta Get Up” might be ringing through your ears once again. “Russian Doll,” co-created by and starring Natasha Lyonne, has been picked up for a second season by Netflix. A release
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Netflix offers $2 billion more in debt to fund its content spending

Netflix is raising another $2 billion in debt to fund its content spending and other expenses, the company announced this morning. The news comes ahead of the launches of new streaming service