I just wanted to say that. These recent lawsuits seem to think private companies are public services. Not!
NBC launched Peacock nationwide in July 2020, but couldn’t market it with the Olympics then, as planned, due to the pandemic.
Universal, in the wake of sending its movies to Peacock for pay one window, will also license films to Amazon and IMDb TV.
“We wouldn’t have had an Apple had I not grown up in a very open technology world,” Mr Wozniak said.
Dershowitz was dragged online after saying Trump’s lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter is an “important First Amendment case.”
The company they built is wildly successful. But her Washington wisdom didn’t hold up, and neither did their close working relationship.
Talkshoplive, a startup whose a livestreaming ecommerce platform has attracted a roster of celebrities and businesses to host their own QVC-style shopping channels, announced that it has closed $6 …
Disney Plus’ First Episode of ‘Loki’ also came on strong with 731 Million Viewing Minutes
Barry Diller also rips streaming services as “some weird algorithmic process that has created things that last 100 minutes or so”
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Thirty-seven states attorneys general have filed suit against Google pledging to end what they call its illegal monopoly.
Sam Rockwell, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara and John Cena round out cast of planned franchise
“Black Widow” is expected to earn an $80 million-plus opening at the box office this weekend for Disney. Would that mark it as a success?
The tiny Paris in NYC that you’ve probably never heard of and that its residents are trying to make official.
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