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The top 9 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week

Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider the most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services. This week sees the return of "Black Mirror" ahead of its upcoming fifth season. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix recently announced the release date and episode details for its upcoming fifth season of the hit sci-fi anthology series, "Black Mirror," and now the show has skyrocketed in demand among audiences in anticipation for its return. Every week, P...


The brands upending retail, an exclusive invite, and hot cannabis startups

Hello! Direct-to-consumer brands like Away, Brooklinen, and SmileDirectClub grew up on Google, Facebook, and Instagram, upending the retail business along the way. Now, they're starting to broaden their horizons. "We found that digital platforms scaled well for our first few years, but we struggled to cut through the clutter and tell the story we wanted," Caroline Bank, associate director of marketing at ice-cream brand Halo Top, told my colleague Tanya Dua last month. That presents a ...


Georgia abortion law puts film tax credits in new spotlight

Killmonger and crew steal a Wakandan vibranium ax in 2018's "Black Panther." This scene was filmed in Atlanta's High Museum of Art. (Watch full museum heist scene at YouTube) If you spend part of this long Memorial Day weekend watching a movie or two, chances are good that it was made in a particular place thanks to tax breaks. Movie makers have been getting tax incentives, at both the federal and state levels, for decades. The practice, however, is controversial. Supporters see the films...
Tags: Business, Credits, Film, Pop Culture, Sales tax, Shout Out, Taxes, Television, U.S. Holiday, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, AMC, Black Panther, California, Georgia, Movie, Netflix


With tvOS 12.3, Apple’s TV app begins its platform-conquering journey

Apple's redesigned TV app experience is here, and it's on Apple TV, iOS, and even some smart TVs. But what exactly is this new experience and how is it different than Roku, Amazon, and others? We've got the answers. The post With tvOS 12.3, Apple’s TV app begins its platform-conquering journey appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Apple TV, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming Video, Streaming Media, Movies & TV, Apple Event March 2019


Here’s how to watch The Big Bang Theory online — including season 12

We've rounded up all the best places to watch The Big Bang Theory online (and triple-checked to ensure that the entire article is free of spoilers, so there's no need to read with one eye closed). The post Here’s how to watch The Big Bang Theory online — including season 12 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Netflix, How-to, Home Theater, The Big Bang Theory, Cbs


Hulu's 26 notable original TV shows, ranked from worst to best by critics

Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale" won the best drama series Emmy award for 2017, making it the first streaming service to reach that prestigious spot. And though the show, which returns for season three on June 5, is Hulu's most well-known original series, it's by no means the service's only great one. Hulu's slate of new original TV has been red-hot this year, and much of it's been led by women. From "Shrill" to "Pen15," Hulu has quietly become the streamer with the highest consistent quality of ou...


Netflix isn’t absent at Cannes. It’s everywhere.

CANNES, France (AP) — If you’re going to earnestly shout “Vive le cinema!” the Cannes Film Festival is the place to do it. That’s what Quentin Tarantino declared from atop Cannes’ red-carpet stairs on his way into the premiere of “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood,” his affectionate ode to the movie industry. The […]
Tags: Business, Hollywood, Technology, Movies, News, Entertainment, Netflix, Nation, Quentin Tarantino, Cannes film festival, Cannes, France AP


The 4 new Netflix original movies and TV shows it's releasing this weekend

Netflix is releasing four new movies and TV shows Friday just in time for the long weekend. The list includes the Renée Zellweger-starring thriller series "What/If," season two of Spike Lee's "She's Gotta Have It," and the thriller "The Perfection," starring "Get Out" and "Girls" star Allison Williams. Below is everything Netflix is debuting on Friday, with Rotten Tomatoes critic scores when applicable:SEE ALSO: Meet the power players at Netflix leading the streaming giant's defense against Dis...
Tags: Disney, Trends, Spain, Netflix, Brazil, Spike Lee, Allison Williams, Rotten Tomatoes, Lee, Zellweger, Willa Paskin, Lena Wilson


Future launches $150/mo exercise app where real coaches nag you

The only way to beat laziness is with guilt, and so that’s what Future sells. It assigns you an actual human trainer who builds personalized workout plans and message you throughout the day to make sure you’re doing them. It even gives you an Apple Watch to track your activity and ensure you’re not lying. Future actually got me to the gym where my coach kicked my ass remotely with a 30 minute lifting routine I’d never have stuck to by myself. The catch? It’s probably the most expensive app you’v...
Tags: Health, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Mobile, Apps, Instagram, Funding, Future, NFL, Tech, Netflix, Exercise, Kleiner Perkins, University Of Wisconsin, Ndamukong Suh


Meet the power players at Netflix leading the streaming giant's defense against Disney and other rivals (NFLX)

Netflix is about to face a bevy of new streaming-video competitors — some larger, with more experience developing TV and film, and with deeper pockets than itself. Disney, WarnerMedia, and Apple are all launching subscription services in 2019. Netflix is focusing on its growing international audience, building its reputation for Hollywood-grade films and children's programming, and inking distribution deals with more wireless and TV providers to keep growing its subscriber base, in spite of th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Asia, Orange Is The New Black, Japan, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Nbc, Yahoo, Abc, California, Stanford, India


Why the end of 'Game of Thrones' doesn't spell doom for HBO, despite some subscribers saying they'll cancel

A widely cited survey indicated that 20% of HBO Now subscribers said they would cancel if a "specific program" ended, which could seem like terrible news for the network after the finale of "Game of Thrones." But industry analysts say consumer surveys often overstate the level of cancellations that will happen around a specific event, like a price hike or show ending. "While Game of Thrones may be a driver for subscriptions, HBO does not suffer immediate losses to subscription revenues after a...
Tags: Hbo, US, Trends, Netflix, Ubs, Chernobyl, Barry, Los Angeles Times, Mintel, Business Insider, Forbes, Chris Albrecht, Richard Plepler, Ampere Analysis, Toby Holleran, Marketwatch NBC News Techcrunch Fox Business


Netflix eyes video games with E3 appearance, teases announcements

The streaming giant will participate in a special panel entitled “Bringing Your Favorite Shows to Life: Developing Netflix Originals Into Video Games” at E3 Coliseum.
Tags: Finance, Article, Netflix, FBN, Fbn/markets, FOXBusiness, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/technology, Fox-business/industries/media-and-advertising, Thomas Barrabi, Fox-business/technology/gadgets, Fox-business/organization/netflix, 89760ce2-5477-5c12-8a0a-2a0446165a50


Why the end of 'Game of Thrones' doesn't spell doom for HBO

A widely cited survey indicated that 20% of HBO Now subscribers said they would cancel if a "specific program" ended, which could seem like terrible news for the network after the finale of "Game of Thrones." But industry analysts say consumer surveys often overstate the level of cancellations that will happen around a specific event, like a price hike or show ending. "While Game of Thrones may be a driver for subscriptions, HBO does not suffer immediate losses to subscription revenues after a...
Tags: Hbo, US, Trends, Netflix, Ubs, Chernobyl, Barry, Los Angeles Times, Mintel, Business Insider, Forbes, Chris Albrecht, Richard Plepler, Ampere Analysis, Toby Holleran, Marketwatch NBC News Techcrunch Fox Business


What’s new on Netflix and what movies and shows are leaving in June 2019

Our complete list of what's new on Netflix for June 2019 and which titles will be removed will help you catch up on your bingeing, and also ensure you don't miss any titles heading into the streaming ether. The post What’s new on Netflix and what movies and shows are leaving in June 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming, What's New, Movies & TV, Monthly


MoviePass' parent company says it lost over $266 million last year (HMNY)

MoviePass parent company, Helios and Matheson Analytics, reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday that it lost over $266 million in 2018. The company has continued to burn through money since buying MoviePass in the summer of 2017 and dropping the monthly subscription price to see movies to $10 a month. In April, Business Insider reported that MoviePass dropped from over 3 million subscribers to about 225,000, according to leaked internal data.  Visit BusinessInsider.com...
Tags: Disney, Trends, Netflix, Moviepass, Securities And Exchange Commission, Helios, Matheson Analytics, HMNY, Matheson HMNY


Meet the power players at Netflix, who are leading the streaming giant's defense against Disney and other rivals (NFLX)

Netflix is about to face a bevy of new streaming-video competitors — some larger, with more experience developing TV and film, and with deeper pockets than itself. Disney, WarnerMedia, and Apple are all launching subscription services in 2019. Netflix is focusing on its growing international audience, building its reputation for Hollywood-grade films and children's programming, and inking distribution deals with more wireless and TV providers to keep growing its subscriber base, in spite of th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Asia, Orange Is The New Black, Japan, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Nbc, Yahoo, Abc, California, Stanford, India


TV companies gun for direct-to-consumer dollars, Facebook and Google's privacy crackdown, Pepsi fights back

Hello, Welcome to your weekly Advertising and Media Insider newsletter, where we catch you up all the big stories we worked on this past week. The direct-to-consumer boom was a big theme in our reporting. It's become conventional wisdom that for these born-on-Facebook companies to get to the next level, they'll have to buy television, with its ability to introduce products to a new, mass audience. This week I surveyed how the TV giants like NBCUniversal and CBS are trying to change their hidebo...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Verizon, Facebook, Hbo, Disney, US, Trends, Netflix, Cbs, Kendall Jenner, Warner Bros, Burger King, Pepsi, AT T, Facebook Google


How to use Plex to manage and play all of your media, everywhere

If you want a Netflix-like experience for the media you already own, you need Plex. It's the free media center software that automatically catalogs and plays your movies, music, photos, and more, on your TV. Here's how to use it. The post How to use Plex to manage and play all of your media, everywhere appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Netflix, How-to, Computing, Home Theater, Plex, Home Entertainment, Media Streaming, Media Files, PC Plex


CHEAP: Binge into oblivion with $1,000 off an LG 4K smart TV

Game of Thrones just ended this week, but that doesn’t mean your (TV) watch should end. And if you’re looking for a swanky 4K smart TV, we’ve got just the deal for you. LG’s OLED65C9PUA Class 2019 model has a massive $1,000 discount, now priced at just $2,499. The TV has a massive 65-inch 4K UHD screen, which is just 1.8-inch thin. So you can watch movies or stream Netflix at the highest resolution and crystal clear picture. It’s also filled with smarts by LG’s own AI ThinQ, and support for Gool...
Tags: Startups, Netflix, Lg, Plugged, Goole Assistant and Amazon Alexa


New Coke, from 1985, makes comeback with ‘Stranger Things’

NEW YORK (AP) — Coca-Cola drinkers will get a chance to relive one of the company’s darker chapters as New Coke makes a comeback under a partnership with the Netflix drama “Stranger Things,” the companies announced Tuesday. Season 3 of the show will take place in the summer of 1985, when Coca-Cola changed its formula […]
Tags: Business, New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Ap, Netflix, Nation, Coca Cola, New Coke


Netflix close to long-term UK studio space deal at Pinewood

Streaming company is producing an increasing number of shows in BritainNetflix is close to securing a deal to lease space at Pinewood Studios, home to the James Bond and Star Wars franchises, to ensure its growing slate of UK productions can be made without delay.Netflix, which is understood to be near to signing a 10-year deal with Pinewood, began the hunt for a permanent production base last year, as revealed by the Guardian. Continue reading...
Tags: Amazon, Business, UK, Media, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Television industry, James Bond, TV streaming, Amazon Prime Video, Pinewood, Pinewood Studios


Design fiction: The business value of designing imaginative new worlds

Over the years we have prided ourselves on having produced numerous great examples of ‘futures world building’ for innovative clients like BAT, Dimension Data, UCT’s Graduate School of Business, Santam and Woolworths; so we totally get and buy into the immense power that fictional narratives can play for companies wanting to explore possible imaginative futures. Although now, with a far more holistic understanding of the science behind futures studies, we can retroactively see the value of c...
Tags: Business, Science Fiction, Hollywood, Design, La, Berlin, Advertising, Los Angeles, Strategy, Bbc, Netflix, Ford, Netherlands, William Gibson, Design Fiction, Gizmodo


The most important inventions of the last 30 years

World-altering inventions like the internet and the iPhone have led to dozens of major technological breakthroughs in the last three decades. Many of these inventions have completely changed the way that we approach the world and people around us. Others have become luxuries that we've learned to take for granted. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The last 30 years have seen some of the most rapid technological advancements in human history, thanks to life-altering creations...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Youtube, US, Trends, Google Search, Tesla, Netflix, Canada, Gps, Amazon Instant Video, Dolly, Museum of Scotland Cloning, United States Russia Japan Europe, Facebook 2004 Facebook


1 Thing That Will Push Netflix to Its 90 Million U.S. Subscriber Goal

Netflix is already nearing its long-term goal in the U.S.
Tags: Finance, Article, Netflix, FBN, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 1aacbf46-67bf-55e4-ba12-1708d7c8555b


Hedge fund Marshall Wace is a secret winner in the Amazon-led $575 million funding round for food-delivery company Deliveroo

Amazon just led a round of funding for London-based Deliveroo worth $575 million that pushed down the stocks of competitors Just Eat, Takeaway.com and Uber.  Hedge fund Marshall Wace emerged as a winner from the deal, as it had three shorts on Deliveroo competitors.  For more stories like this, visit Business Insider's homepage. London-based hedge fund Marshall Wace was one of the big winners following news that Amazon was leading a $575 million funding round of Deliveroo, a London-based food...
Tags: Amazon, London, Berlin, US, Trends, Netflix, KKR, Deliveroo, AQR, Marshall Wace, Beringer, Daniel Sundheim, Breakout Point Both, Paul Marshall Wace, Ian Wace


Netflix vs. Amazon Prime Video: A battle of streaming giants

It might seem like Netflix should be your default choice as a streaming video service, but Amazon Prime Video's price and many extra perks make it a compelling alternative. Which one is best for you? Our comparison can help. The post Netflix vs. Amazon Prime Video: A battle of streaming giants appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming Video, Buying Guides, Amazon Prime Video


A Warner Bros. exec explains the data behind licensing shows like 'Friends' to Netflix

Warner Bros. is considering pulling popular TV shows like "Seinfeld" and "Friends" from other streaming services like Netflix and Hulu as it readies its own rival streaming platform for later this year. Netflix is still introducing the 1990s sitcom, "Friends," to new, young viewers, data from Nielsen found. The media company will have to weigh the value of building the "Friends" brand through platforms like Netflix with the show's potential to attract people to its coming service. Visit Busine...
Tags: New York, Disney, US, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Cbs, Tbs, Jurassic World, Nielsen, Warner Bros, Hulu, Seinfeld, Paramount, Jpmorgan, AT T


How Netflix is using companies like Comcast and T-Mobile to drive its next phase of growth (NFLX)

Netflix has been striking deals with wireless providers and legacy cable companies to make its services available through their platforms for years. A new Barclays analysis looks at the effect of these deals have had on Netflix's subscriber base. The deals could have helped grow Netflix's subscriber base by about 6.4 million over the past two years, including keeping people from canceling. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix may be benefiting from being in the bundle. ...
Tags: Hbo, India, US, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Barclays, Brazil, Virgin Media, Hulu, T Mobile, NFLX, Amazon Apple, Winterfell, Arya, T Mobile Orange Vodafone India and Telef


Here’s how we can change the Earth’s orbit to escape the expanding sun

In the Chinese science fiction film The Wandering Earth, recently released on Netflix, humanity attempts to change the Earth’s orbit using enormous thrusters in order to escape the expanding sun – and prevent a collision with Jupiter. The scenario may one day come true. In five billion years, the sun will run out of fuel and expand, most likely engulfing the Earth. A more immediate threat is a global warming apocalypse. Moving the Earth to a wider orbit could be a solution – and it is possible i...
Tags: Startups, Space, Science, Tech, Earth, World, Netflix, Jupiter, Syndication


Netflix's deals with companies like Comcast and T-Mobile are a secret weapon for its next phase of growth (NFLX)

Netflix has been striking deals with wireless providers and legacy cable companies to make its services available through their platforms for years. A new Barclays analysis looks at the impact of these deals have had on Netflix's subscriber base.  The deals could have helped grow Netflix's subscriber base by around 6.4 million over the past two years, including keeping people from canceling. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix may be benefiting from being in the bundle...
Tags: Hbo, India, US, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Barclays, Brazil, Virgin Media, Hulu, T Mobile, NFLX, Barclay, Amazon Apple, T Mobile Orange Vodafone India and Telef, Showtime But Netflix



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