News and Articles About TV Industry
Television executives argue the threat of cord-cutting has been greatly exaggerated.
To be happy, figure out how to make a living doing what you think about when you don't have to think about anything in particular.
By allowing more flexibility, Verizon hopes to lure customers away from cable rivals and upstart Web TV companies.
More than a popular AMC program, the real "Walking Dead" may just be the service providers that lock people into bundled services.
Vessel launched its paid subscription service, offering programming at least three days before other websites in a bid to reshape an industry.
The entertainment juggernaut will reportedly roll out its inaugural cord-cutter offering in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia.
As the comedian announces his departure from the hit Comedy Central show later this year, we can reflect on the valuable traits that have made him successful.
As of today, you no longer need an invite to get your Sling on. Here's what it is, what you can stream and for how much.
The tech giant has reportedly been entertaining the idea for several years and is kicking the tires again.
Food, fashion and film from the nineties are roaring back into our cultural consciousness.
Two companies that grew out of new technology for delivering stuff just proved they can make it just as well as the Hollywood establishment.
Unable to rebound from a devastating Supreme Court loss, Aereo is finally throwing in the towel.
Depending on what your business does, understanding the cycles of programming can help you craft an attractive pitch.
As media companies begin making their wares available to stream, our resident personal technology columnist revisits cutting the cord.