ViacomCBS and Google announced a deal to add the former’s cable channels to YouTube TV, including MTV, BET, and Nickelodeon.
Several reports indicate CBS All Access and Netflix will gain access to a larger amount of Viacom content, including Nickelodeon and its classic cartoons.
I take a look at various free streaming video services, ranging from Pluto TV and Tubi to the library-based Kanopy service.
CBS and Viacom have announced plans to merge into one company, “ViacomCBS,” to better compete with other media conglomerates.
Decades ago, there were dozens of different media companies in the United States. Now, we’re down to mainly five large media conglomerates.
A recent survey reveals that binge-watching is now the preferred viewing format over traditional weekly episodic airings by most Americans.
A list of seven interesting TV station identifications, from stations in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Seattle.
I’ve written a list of multiple ways to follow the election results for cord cutters, or those that don’t want to watch on TV.
A recent study by research firm IHS Markit states that Amazon and Netflix spent a combined total of $7.5 billion on programming in 2015. $4.9 billion of that was by Netflix, while $2.6 billion was by Amazon.
Cord-cutters who also happen to be into politics (or just following whatever Donald Trump will say or do next) will be happy to know that a cable subscription won’t be necessary to follow the Democrats’ and Republicans’ national conventions next week. Below, I’ve listed a few ways to view streaming coverage of the conventions online.