Media

Even with parks reopening it might take a while for Disney to recapture the magic, but its new streaming service is exceeding expectations.
Carl Sullivan
HBO Max is live and being carried by Xfinity, but deals with Roku and Amazon Fire TV await as Comcast holds out for app-based delivery.
Carla Baranauckas
After being fact-checked, President Donald Trump has promised to sign an executive order that would eliminate a decades-old privilege that internet companies have enjoyed.
Paul Ausick
A sustainable rally looks like the theme for Disney stock as parks and properties reopen.
Chris Lange
Snapchat is expanding its user base and hiring in India while missteps hold TikTok back there.
Carla Baranauckas
Worries that Roku would be knocked out by competitors took a back seat when the company reported earnings. Suddenly, its prospects do not look so dim.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Billionaires, including Mark Zuckerberg, are doing well while the coronavirus sickens the economy. Facebook investors like its user numbers even though advertising has been hurting.
Carla Baranauckas
Netflix recently forecast it would have over 190 million subscribers worldwide at the end of the quarter. Could that number push above 200 million?
Douglas A. McIntyre
Facebook’s Shops feature will leverage the social network’s huge user base and create new competition for Amazon.
Chris Lange
Disney wants to recapture the magic of its most profitable business, but it’s reopening theme parks slowly and at limited capacity.
Carla Baranauckas
As TikTok’s popularity surges the clock may be ticking for Snap and other rivals, but the Chinese-owned company faces regulatory pressure in the U.S.
Carl Sullivan
Cinedigm Corp. (NASDAQ: CIDM) has always been considered a speculative stock among the movies, content and video segment. Despite some major ongoing woes in the movie theater business and in the...
Jon C. Ogg
The Joe Rogan podcast project is moving to Spotify. The multiyear deal pushed Spotify’s stock to a 52-week high.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Regulators could come up with a number of creative ways to break up Google. The most direct one, however, is to spin out YouTube.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Roku has nearly 40 million accounts and the soon-to-be-launched HBO Max has lots of appealing content. Can they do without each other?  
Carla Baranauckas