Here are some of the deals that caught our eye this morning.
Netflix recently lost a deal with Starz and with it the content that subscribers love, but did Netflix do it in defense of its customers?
Talking ducks are entertaining, but is Aflac's coverage sound? We looked beyond the gimmicks to see whether their marketing claims actually pan out.
It’s the $230 billion conundrum troubling marketers everywhere: how to appeal to the traditional 18-49 demographic while convincing more than 70 million boomers to buy their products.
YouTube is the latest company looking to make an aggressive push for its video streaming service.
Mean girls, 60s mojo and the 'Mancession' will fill your TV screen this fall.
One of the rewards of watching TV online is not having to sit through as many commercials. But now the networks are chipping away at that little luxury.
A study published Tuesday by Sandvine Inc. shows that Netflix movies and TV shows account for nearly 30% of traffic into homes during peak evening hours, compared with less than 17% for Web browsing.
YouTube is adding about 3,000 movies to its lineup of instant streaming rentals, but can its service compete with Netflix, the Web’s movie rental titan?
Netflix strikes as deal with Twentieth Century Fox for episodes of 'Glee' and 'Sons of Anarchy.'