Norman Pearlstine, who served as the editor-in-chief of Time Inc. from 1995 to 2005, is returning to the company to serve in a new position, chief content officer. Pearlstine is leaving Bloomberg LP, where he also had the title …
For $39.99 or $49.99 (depending on your market), you get broadband, HBO, and a much smaller collection of channels.
Will reach more than half of U.S. satellite and cable subscribers
The streaming site brought in almost $700M in 2012
Shows being measured by number of related tweets seen
Every new editor of TIME gets the chance to reimagine it, and there has never been a more exciting time to do that.
One of the magazine’s most prominent voices and a champion of the publication’s digital future becomes its top editor
Four days before launching the first serious challenge to ESPN’s decades-long domination of televised sports, the executives of Fox Sports 1 — the 24/7 national sports network set to launch this weekend — were telling jokes. …
By NFL opening day, Time Warner Cable will be under “unbelievable pressure” to settle, said one influential Wall Street analyst
The announcement that the Amazon billionaire would buy the newspaper is reason to cheer, since it may mean that better days are ahead for the legendary U.S. daily
By the end of the year, patrons of 100 library systems around the U.S. are expected to be able to stream thousands of videos for free. Music albums and ebooks too, with no waitlists to worry about.
Hollywood is discovering that it’s not smart to release a bunch of $100 million movies at the same time.