The Radice Files — Episode 56: “When News Breaks, We Fix It”
Sports Is developing a place in the stream, but news hasn’t broken through yet. NBC is already planning to clip The Today show, wrapped by Hoda and Jenna, but isn’t breaking news just MSNBC? And now the new Disco Bros (it’s a way better name) is struggling with how to play both news and sports on the stream. I think the time is right to reinvent how news is done. Don’t go for the same formats, the same tone…be creative, do something new, something different, (but not too complicated😎).
WarnerMedia executives are pondering how news and sports will best fit on HBO Max.
Live streams for radio and TV stations owned by the Cox Media Group, one of the largest media conglomerates in the US, have gone down earlier today in what multiple sources have described as a ransomware attack.
Facebook is ending its controversial moderation exemption for political figures that prevented their posts from being reviewed like everyone else on the platform.
The first full-scale Cannes since 2019 will also feature new films by Wes Anderson and Leos Carax
The theater chain altogether raised more than $1.2 billion in capital this quarter, thanks in part to Reddit traders, but cautioned that the stock could still sink.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act doesn’t cover cases where someone accesses a computer they are authorized to use.
A little alcohol can boost creativity and strengthen social ties. But there’s nothing moderate, or convivial, about the way many Americans drink today.
Disney, NBCUniversal and Fox have started to sell upfront advertising commitments in a market that is moving faster than has been the norm
The NFT market has collapsed nearly 90% since the bubble popped last month, and crypto collectibles like CryptoPunks are fading fast.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and WhatsApp head Will Cathcart say the service will soon allow users to access their accounts from up to four devices. New disappearing mode and view once features are also inbound.
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It started as a viral video, but then became a crowdsourced musical and a benefit concert that raised millions for The Actors Fund.
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Less than a month after it basically severed the last arm of its previous content-centric future strategy, AT&T Communications CEO Jeff McElfresh said the phone giant’s new goal is to be the premier provider of broadband connectivity in the U.S.
A new series streaming on Amazon Prime has a lot of ties to the Coastal Empire.
Xperi insists it’s not done selling its connected TV dongle, even though it’s moving away from Android TV and seems to be clearing out of Walmart and Best Buy
Hedge-fund billionaire William Ackman is nearing a record SPAC deal that would value Universal Music at roughly $40 billion, people familiar with the matter said.