SILICON VALLEY—YouTube is preparing to offer a paid subscription service that will allow you to stream cable TV channels. The service is called Unplugged and will debut in 2017, according to Bloomberg, citing sources close to the project. Show More Summary
Alphabet Inc’s YouTube is working on a paid subscription service called Unplugged that would offer customers a bundle of cable TV channels streamed over the Internet, Bloomberg reported. The project is slated to debut as soon as 2017, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar...
Google is about to partner with big cable for a new YouTube service called ‘Unplugged,’ according to a report from Bloomberg. YouTube has reportedly overhauled its internal architecture for Unplugged, and is planning to debut it in (or possibly before) 2017. Show More Summary
YouTube is finalizing deals with broadcast TV and cable channels to launch a paid TV service over the Internet in 2017, according to a report from Bloomberg News.
Just hours after Hulu confirmed that it would be launching a premium internet TV service in 2017, Bloomberg is reporting that online video giant YouTube will be doing the same. According to the report, YouTube's paid subscription service...Show More Summary
Internet-based subscription television plans are growing in popularity, and YouTube is the latest company rumored to be working on a standalone television service. According to Bloomberg, YouTube is developing a paid subscription service...Show More Summary
Elite east coast journalists dubbed Tuesday’s primaries in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Rhode Island “the Acela primary,” but as Bloomberg TV’s With All Due Respect humorously demonstrated, TV anchors across the country have no idea how to pronounce the name of Amtrak’s high-speed rail service between Washington, DC and Boston.
The NFL commissioner made the comments on Bloomberg TV.
From Tuesday’s With All Due Respect on Bloomberg TV and MSNBC, “Trump’s Hand Gestures,” a collection of Donald Trump’s animated hand movements. Co-host Mark Halperin explained Bloomberg’s producers identified “73 distinct motions” in...Show More Summary
China's shift to an official local-currency-based gold fixing is "the culmination of a two-year plan to move away from a US-centric monetary system," according to Bocom strategist Hao Hong. In an insightfully honest Bloomberg TV interview,...Show More Summary
A new site and Dubai-based TV studio.
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ITV has held private takeover talks with Canadian film and TV distributor Entertainment One, according to multiple reports. The Financial Times and Bloomberg are both reporting that ITV, which makes hits like Downtown Abbey and Mr Selfridge,...Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV's star anchor Stephanie Ruhle is leaving for MSNBC where she'll be a daytime anchor. TVNewser first reported the news. Ruhle is the anchor of Bloomberg TV's morning show "Bloomberg." She sent a memo to the staff informing...Show More Summary
VAIL, CO -- Bloomberg Media may now be finding its TV audience is almost half the size of that it gets on the Internet - but that doesn't faze CEO Justin Smith - he thinks putting TV in the shade puts Bloomberg on the right path. "Bloomberg Media is now a majority digital video company," Smith tells Beet.TV in this video interview. Show More Summary
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MSNBC removed a guest appearance by Donald Trump ally Roger Stone from its broadcast of With All Due Respect, which airs on both Bloomberg TV and MSNBC. Stone, who was banned from CNN because of racist and sexist attacks against itsShow More Summary
Twitter will start streaming Thursday night NFL games, according to Bloomberg. The move is a bid to reach cord-cutting generations who are moving away from consuming content in a linear fashion in front of a TV or Web browser, to an on-demand model that sees people keeping up with news and watching content on a whole range of other sources. Show More Summary
Here's who's hiring in television.