Linear television networks today face seven key threats that continue to be overlooked but are critical to both understanding and planning for the future of television.
Journalists, industry analysts and executives keep sounding the alarm on 2014's anemic box office. They shouldn't be.
In April, Jeffrey Katzenberg shocked Hollywood when he declared that “movies are not a growth business.” It isn’t. But it can become one tomorrow.
This past summer was a disaster for the major studios - but it was also a highly predictable one. Why are executives claiming otherwise?
The iPhone was not the cause of Blackberry's problems. It was felled by management rigidity, an outdated business model, and poor interfacing with developers.
Reed Hastings believes Netflix can hit 60-90M US subscribers, but he'll need a lot more original content to get there.
Google's decision to retire Reader will force many of the company's top users into its competitors' web of services - and not just their RSS services
Arrested Development and House of Cards aren't designed to deliver the metrics Wall Street expects, and this means a lot about how Netflix views its future.
Streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon see original TV series as the path to success. It's not. Consumers, however, will be 'endlessly' entertained.
The scale, scope and nature of the Amazon v. Apple v. Facebook v. Google contest seems great for consumers - but it may have hidden costs that regulators will struggle to overcome