Nominations for the 2016 Golden Globes have been announced, and it's clear that streaming service providers are serious contenders, specialty TV is hot, and even network TV programming is pushing out some stellar content.
The service has acquired Showyou, a video aggregation startup which began offering subscriptions for publishers' content last year. The streamer is hoping it can monetize content through subscriptions ala YouTube Red.
The new 50 Cent mixtape, named after his character on the TV show Power, features guest spots from Lil' Boosie and Young Buck. It's certainly a high point for the rapper who was forced to file for bankruptcy earlier this year.
Netflix shows aren't subject to traditional TV ratings, but if they were, the streamer's chief content officer is confident that their numbers would be impressive. According to Ted Sarandos, Narcos would top HBO mega-hit Game of Thrones.
YouTube has revealed its top trending videos for 2015, including picks from music videos, late night talk shows, and straight-up random viral videos. You know you need your YouTube fix, so get it all out of your system right here.
A new report claims that Apple has shelved its long-rumored plan to develop a live, online TV service aimed at cord cutters who have ditched cable. For now, the company will instead focus on app development for the Apple TV