YouTube Planning Online TV Service
The project is slated to debut as soon as 2017, Bloomberg reported.
Hulu Will Offer Live TV in Early 2017
Company chief Mike Hopkins has announced that you'll see live entertainment, sports and news on the streaming service.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Rovi to Buy DVR Maker TiVo for $1.1 Billion
The new company will be called TiVo and led by Rovi Chief Executive Tom Carson.
Watch Kelly Ripa Crush Her Return to 'Live!'
As the recently wronged host told her audience, 'Our long national nightmare is over.'
Here's the Business Tip SNL's Jay Pharoah Took From Eddie Murphy
Listen to Pharoah's hilarious advice on the very serious business of building your brand.
How Disruptive TV Changed the Way Providers Market
Traditional television companies are becoming more creative to retain customers.
How the Property Brothers Built Up a Real-Estate and Entertainment Empire One Brick at a Time
Drew and Jonathan Scott didn't just get lucky landing their high-profile gig on HGTV -- they worked their tails off for it. The actors / real-estate moguls share their success secrets with Kelsey Humphreys on "The Pursuit."
Yelpers to Have Their Own Show on The Food Network
It's titled '12 Hungry Yelpers,' because of course.
Netflix's Catalog Has Shrunk by a Third Since 2014
Perhaps it's so the streaming giant can focus on quality programs.
Millennials' TV Habits Contrast Sharply Based on Where They Are in Life
A new Nielsen report shows the differences between dependents, independents and those starting a family.
How Having a Commercial Air During the Super Bowl Paid Off for These 2 Businesses
Death Wish Coffee and GoldieBlox were winners of Intuit QuickBooks Small Business Big Game contest.
'I Want My MTV' Is Now 'I Want My MStreamingTVApp'
Cable TV is fast becoming obsolete with cord-cutting apps such as Hulu, Pluto TV and Amazon Prime taking over.
Shaq and 'Big Bang Theory' Star to Judge TBS's New Inventor-Focused Show
Look out, 'Shark Tank.'
FCC Approves Proposal to Boost TV Set-Top Box Competition
The new rule would allow customers to obtain video services from providers such as Alphabet, Apple and Tivo.
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