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NYT Media 13h
As Netflix continues to battle for the streaming rights to 1990s sitcoms, it announced it had acquired the global rights to “Seinfeld.”
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NYT Media 19h
In 2015, Hulu agreed to pay a little more than $20 million a year for six years to stream “Seinfeld.” Financial terms of Netflix’s deal for “Seinfeld” were not disclosed, but it is certainly worth significantly more than the 2015 Hulu deal.
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NYT Media Sep 14
In many ways, MoviePass was a victim of its own success
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NYT Media Sep 14
MoviePass had reduced the number of movies that subscribers could see and restricting the films, but its efforts to find a business model that worked failed
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NYT Media Sep 14
First came "The Daily." Then came "The Weekly." Now The New York Times is co-sponsoring a Democratic primary debate.
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NYT Media Sep 14
With Hollywood's streaming wars heating up, Disney's chief executive, Robert Iger, has resigned from Apple's board
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NYT Media Sep 14
A public demand for scores of documents, including the personal emails and other communications from dozens of top executives, showed the breadth of the House's investigation into Big Tech
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NYT Media Sep 14
The reviews of Kanye's new Yeezy shoes are in, and most of them are comparing the design to Crocs
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NYT Media Sep 13
Ratings stay strong for the Democratic primary debates. The New York Times is co-sponsoring the next one with CNN.
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NYT Media Sep 13
Google said that it had made changes to its search algorithm to give an advantage to “original reporting” or exclusives that would be reinforced by changes in other guidelines.
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NYT Media Sep 12
The guidelines from Google would also elevate outlets known for a history of accurate reporting, considering metrics like how many journalism awards a publication has won.
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NYT Media Sep 12
“This means readers interested in the latest news can find the story that started it all,” Google’s vice president of news wrote, “and publishers can benefit from having their original reporting more widely seen.”
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NYT Media Sep 12
Apple is hoping customers will part with $5 a month for the same reason they pay for premium cable channels like HBO or Showtime. But that pitch was easier to make in the days before streaming.
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NYT Media Sep 12
Will a monthly subscription to Apple TV Plus be worth $5? Now it's up to Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, J.J. Abrams and the other stars Apple has signed on to create original shows.
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NYT Media Sep 12
It's not TV. It's Apple TV Plus. Apple's streaming plan, examined.
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NYT Media Sep 11
Apple’s apps have ranked first for at least 700 search terms in the store, according to a New York Times analysis of six years of search results compiled by Sensor Tower, an app analytics firm.
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NYT Media Sep 10
A Times’s analysis of App Store data — which included rankings of more than 1,800 specific apps across 13 keywords since 2013 — illustrated the influence as well as the opacity of the algorithms that underpin tech companies’ platforms.
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NYT Media Sep 7
For years, Victoria's Secret built its brand around the tastes of a fictional woman named Victoria. She was raised in England by a London businessman and a French mother and was married to a barrister. Executives regularly asked: "Would Victoria do this?"
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NYT Media Sep 6
The progressive media site ThinkProgress shut down on Friday in yet another sign of just how much the media landscape has changed in the past decade.
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NYT Media Sep 6
A recent Victoria's Secret catalog arrived with the subhead: "Bond Street London." The line, which is also on the struggling brand's website, might signal a return to its marketing from the 1980s and 1990s.
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