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The Streaming Wars

  1. explainers
    Is Spotify Suing Songwriters? The Latest Legal Battle, ExplainedWhy all the big streaming companies are appealing a ruling that would force them to pay more to songwriters.
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    Spotify’s Latest Power Play? Giving You Hulu for FreeSpotify just challenged Apple’s big TV push before it’s even launched.
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    Your Majesty, the BBC and Netflix Are Feuding About The CrownA BBC boss is aggressively claiming the show’s viewership isn’t large at all.
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    The Disney Vault Is Going Online, Because Every Generation Must Sob at Bambi“The entire Disney motion picture library” will live on Disney+.
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    Wrong Number? How AT&T’s WarnerMedia Shake-up Could Spoil HBO’s Winning RecipeIt’s a new era for the pioneering cable network. But will HBO lose what made it so successful in the first place?
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    Just Like Netflix, a Lot of Amazon’s New Movies Will Skip TheatersAmazon Studios boss Jen Salke wants to release a lot more movies — and make the vast majority instantly streamable.
  7. tv ratings
    In FX’s Latest War With Netflix, Who’s Right and Who’s Wrong?FX boss John Landgraf called out Netflix for its misleading audience numbers, but his critique was just as misleading.
  8. behind the scenes
    Why Spotify Finally Let People Mute R. KellyAfter a failed first attempt at banning Kelly, Spotify has put the onus of holding him accountable on the consumer. Here’s why.
  9. hacks
    Were Spotify Accounts Hacked to Boost Streams for Fake Artists?Spotify confirmed that it “detected abnormal streaming activity” from allegedly fake artists.
  10. dun dun!
    Why Isn’t Law & Order Streaming Anywhere?It’s a pop-culture mystery worthy of Detective Lennie Briscoe.
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    Hulu Is Boosting the Price of Live TV, But Its Cheapest Plan Will Get CheaperThe basic ad-supported service will drop to $5.99 per month, while Hulu with Live TV will jump to $44.99 monthly.
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    You Is a Gigantic Hit for Netflix, According to NetflixNetflix is suddenly getting chatty about its viewing stats. Here’s why their numbers seem (mostly) legit.
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    Netflix Is Raising Its Subscription PriceThe streaming giant is raising U.S. prices across the board, with its most popular plan jumping from $10.99 monthly to $12.99.
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    NBC Launching a Streaming Service So Now You Have One More Account to ManageIt will be free for cable subscribers.
  15. the industry
    Netflix Hires Ex-ABC Exec Channing DungeyIn Dungey’s big new job, she’ll oversee “a large and crucial portion” of Netflix’s original series.
  16. peak tv
    Almost 500 Scripted Shows Aired in 2018, But We Still Haven’t Hit Peak TVFor the first time in TV history, streamers like Netflix and Amazon had the biggest share of scripted production in 2018.
  17. the streaming wars
    Why Netflix Spent $80 Million to Keep Friends for Another YearBut even this “nuts” deal might not be enough to keep the sitcom forever.
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    Friends Will Remain on Netflix through 2019, Definitely Not on a BreakThey’re far from over.
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    Why You Season 2 Jumped From Lifetime to Netflix“The stars have aligned,” says co-showrunner Sera Gamble.
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    Disney Just Announced New Details About Its Streaming Service, Including a NameBob Iger has big plans for the Mouse House’s Netflix rival, which will launch late next year.
  21. explainers
    Spotify’s Direct Upload Feature, ExplainedWhat their new direct upload features means for you and the music business.
  22. HBO Must ‘Change Direction’ to Get More of That Sweet, Sweet Viewer Engagement“It’s going to be a tough year,” WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey told employees at a recent town-hall meeting.
  23. explainers
    Everything We Know — and Want to Know — About Drake’s New AlbumWill he address the baby, his Pusha-T beef, or Rihanna breakup?
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    In This Sick Sad World, at Least Daria Is Coming to HuluIt’s what we need.
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    Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Joint Album Is Now on Spotify and Apple MusicTurns out, maybe they do care about streaming numbers.
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    How to Hear Kanye’s Album TonightYou’ll have to download an app you probably don’t already have.
  27. the industry
    Report: Spotify Might Put XXXTentacion’s Music Back on PlaylistsReps for Kendrick Lamar allegedly called Spotify’s CEO and threatened to pull his music in response to the new policy change.
  28. What Spotify Removing R. Kelly and XXXTentacion From Its Playlists MeansThe streaming platform banned both artists from its playlists, but what does that mean for the music industry at large?
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    Can YouTube Really ‘Frustrate’ People Into Paying for Music?If you watch a lot of music videos on YouTube, prepare for a barrage of ads.
  30. How a Veteran R&B Singer Scored the Biggest Hit of His CareerTank’s “When We” is doing big numbers, and even he’s surprised.
  31. What Ryan Murphy’s Massive Netflix Deal Means for HollywoodNetflix snagged Ryan Murphy with a $300 million deal. Which showrunner will get the next big payday?
  32. album review
    Migos’ Culture II Isn’t an Album, It’s a Data DumpNearly every song overstays its welcome.
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    Hulu Cracks 17 Million Subscribers, Thanks to Handmaid’s Tale and Network HitsIt’s a 40 percent surge since its last public tally in May 2016.
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    Jimmy Iovine Will Reportedly Leave Apple Music After Boosting Streaming IndustryIt might be the end of a brief but pivotal era for the streaming industry.
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    Thom Yorke Apparently Likes Spotify NowHe’s put his solo albums back on the service despite previous complaints.
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    A Nice Thing: Taylor Swift’s Reputation Is Now StreamingOnly three weeks later.
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    Taylor Swift Reportedly Won’t Put Her New Album on Streaming for a WeekIt seems you’ll have to pay to hear it first.
  38. the streaming wars
    Christopher Nolan Is Very Sorry for Being Rude to Netflix“I should have been more polite.”
  39. the streaming wars
    Chris Brown’s Terribly Long New Album, ExplainedThis might be the most glaring example of gaming the system yet.
  40. the streaming wars
    Suck It, Netflix! 30 Rock Is Going to Hulu This OctoberParenthood and Paul Reiser’s former Seeso series There’s Johnny are also coming to Hulu.
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    Finally, All of Will & Grace Is Coming to StreamingSee, not everything about 2017 is awful!
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    College Students Can Now Get Spotify and Hulu for $4.99 a MonthThere’s never been a better time to avoid writing that paper.
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    The Agony and Ecstasy of Building an Online Music BusinessStreaming music is more popular than ever, so why is it difficult for the platforms that offer it to succeed?
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    Apple Commits a Small Fraction of Its Billions to Original TV ShowsIt’s playing catch-up with Netflix.
  45. Why Disney’s Streaming Service Marks the Next Phase of the Streaming EvolutionNetflix saw this coming years ago.
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    You’ll Be Able to Watch Star Wars and Marvel Movies on Disney’s Streaming AppThe mouse house plans to launch its streaming service in 2019.
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    WeTransfer Offering Ex-SoundCloud Staffers $10,000 to Invent the Next SoundCloud“It’s a chance to have some fun.”
  48. the streaming wars
    What Happens After SoundCloud?Don’t get too comfortable with any one way of traversing the internet. Be prepared to adapt when things shift.
  49. soundcloud
    Did Chance the Rapper Just Save SoundCloud?Chance had a “very fruitful” phone call with SoundCloud’s co-founder on Friday.
  50. the streaming wars
    The Death of SoundCloud Should Scare Music LoversThe site is reportedly closer to running out of funds than many expected.
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