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April 23, 2019

Streaming TV service Philo gets a little more expensive

As the internet TV services have matured, their pricing has as well. The majority have raised their price points — some have even done so multiple times. Today, Philo is following suit…but only by a little. The streaming TV service has been one of the cheapest on the market, with an entry-level plan that began […]

April 19, 2019

David Attenborough Climate Change TV show a ‘call to arms’

The BBC’s Climate Change – The Facts, presented by Sir David Attenborough, is praised by TV critics. BBC News – Entertainment & Arts

April 16, 2019

Hulu buys back AT&T’s minority stake in streaming service now valued at $15 billion

Hulu has paid $ 1.43 billion to buy AT&T’s minority stake in the streaming video company. The companies announced Monday that the transaction valued Hulu at $ 15 billion. As a result, AT&T’s 9.5 percent stake in Hulu was worth $ 1.43 billion. The valuation is two-thirds higher than last November when Disney reported in […]

April 15, 2019

Match Group restructures exec team with focus on Asia

Tinder parent company Match Group, also the owner of a suite of dating apps including OkCupid, Meetic, Match, PlentyofFish and others, announced this morning plans to restructure its leadership team in order to better focus on the market opportunities for dating apps in Asia. Specifically, the company has appointed three new general managers in Asia […]

April 14, 2019

Twitch’s first game, the karaoke-style ‘Twitch Sings,’ launches to public

Amazon-owned game-streaming site Twitch is today publicly launching its first game. But it’s not a traditional video game — like those the site’s creators stream for their fans. Instead, the new game is called “Twitch Sings” and is a free karaoke-style experience designed for live streaming. The game, which was launched into beta last year, […]

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