Media, tech, and culture news from the UK to the Middle East, Korea, and the US. From a sheik who’s spying on his wife, to a violent, funny, streamer from Korea. it’s all here in todays “Radice Files.”
Word of mouth can still be as useful as marketing dollars
After a day of negotiations, IATSE and Hollywood’s major studios are expected to continue talks this week in the hope of averting a strike.
Several Twitch users have already confirmed their payout amounts.
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Campbell will spearhead NBCU’s streaming businesses
NBCUniversal’s streaming service, Peacock, is helping MSNBC reach viewers at least a decade younger than those watching on its traditional cable channel, according to MSNBC’s president, Rashida Jones. Peacock is helping broaden MSNBC’s audience by creating a platform for different content …
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Despite damning research about teen safety and congressional scrutiny, advertisers stand by social giant.
Because life is really about that balance.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, 72, a friend of the Queen, ignored British laws to ‘hunt’ Princess Haya, 47, after she fled to London.
Telecom giant also played major role in creating and funding the network, Reuters investigation finds
Findings from connected device and platform specialist Roku’s study of UK consumer TV viewing behaviour and preferences show that TV streaming has reached a t
Owen Wilson picked the wrong year to host “Saturday Night Live.” The Season 47 premiere was “SNL’s” lowest-rated episode of all time
Vigil is UK television’s most watched new drama launch in three years, 30-day viewing data has revealed. The six-part submarine thriller’s first episode
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