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Inside Netflix’s TV-Swallowing, Market-Dominating Binge Factory
The streaming service is hiring everybody in Hollywood to make more shows than any network ever has, and it already knows which ones you’ll like.
What Creators Have to Gain, and Fear, in a Streaming-TV World
The advent of streaming has brought untold freedom and opportunity to creators — and an unprecedented chance to get lost in the Peak TV shuffle.
iHeartRadio’s Napster-Powered Service Is Here
It’s in beta.
You Will Soon Be Able to Watch a 24/7 Taylor Swift Channel
All T-Swift, all day long.
Yes, You Can Now Stream Blaxploitation Films
“Brown Sugar is like Netflix, only blacker.”
ABC Relaunches Its Free Streaming Service
Another network tries to get deeper into the SVOD game.
TCM and Criterion to Offer Streaming Service
FilmStruck will be the only place to stream the Criterion Collection.
Tidal Wants to Be Your New Netflix Now, Too
Like Netflix, it will both create its own content and stream licensed movies.