With the launch of Disney+ and AT&T/WarnerMedia’s 2020 launch of HBO Max, two of the biggest sets of American cartoon libraries will be largely tied… Read More »CBS All Access, Netflix to feature Nickelodeon content
Once again, I’m taking a look at recommended streaming services for cartoons, in an update to last year’s post. The biggest change is taking into… Read More »Recommended streaming services for cartoons (2019 edition)
On Tuesday, CBS and Viacom announced that the two media companies plan to merge, creating a single company valued at $30 billion. The newly merged… Read More »CBS and Viacom to merge into a single company, “ViacomCBS”
Here’s some interesting articles from the past week, and my thoughts about them. Media iHeartMedia loves podcasts? Art by Gary Barker, Lisa Moore, and Dan… Read More »Favorite articles roundup for the week of August 9, 2019
I wrote last year about on-demand and live streaming service recommendations for animation fans, as well as a general streaming services post. That said, a… Read More »Recommended streaming services for cartoons (2018 edition)
Streaming services are very popular nowadays, with every media conglomerate wanting in. Last week, we got news about three upcoming new streaming services: ESPN Plus,… Read More »ESPN, Viacom, and Disney to launch streaming services
Decades ago, media ownership in the United States wasn’t as concentrated as it is today. In 1983, 50 companies owned 90% of American media. As… Read More »What media companies own popular franchises now versus the 1980s?
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… Read More »Netflix and Amazon combined outspend CBS, Turner on programming
As we all know, DC Comics (and their parent company Time Warner) rely heavily on Batman. In a previous post, I wrote that by my… Read More »Are Nickelodeon and SpongeBob worse than DC/WB and Batman?