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Netflix doing a Choose Your Own Adventure TV show for adults

A Choose Your Own Adventure Netflix show for adults? Excuse me? It's happening, according to Bloomberg. It has no name but it has an aim: to put you in control of the storylines you see. Netflix does this already but in kids titles you probably overlooked. Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs says bitcoin is a commodity

Bitcoin is more like gold than the US dollar, Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs' head of commodities research, said in an interview with Bloomberg TV. Bitcoin doesn't have the same amount of liquidity as gold though, which is the primary difference...Show More Summary

Verizon Closing in on New NFL Streaming Deal With Access to TV Streaming

Verizon and the NFL are supposedly close to a new deal over streaming NFL games. According to Bloomberg, this new deal should expand the way Verizon will be able to offer games too, even as it may force them to give up their exclusive mobile streaming rights. Show More Summary

Fed and Circuses

That is my latest Bloomberg column, here is one paragraph: Enter Trump, master impresario and provocateur. By thinking out loud about the post and the candidates so much, polling both a group of assembled senators and TV anchor Lou Dobbs,...Show More Summary

Did You Know Spotify Had TV Shows? That’s Probably Why It's Ending Them

Spotify is canceling its original TV programming in an attempt to its reboot video projects, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. This is at least the third time in three years that the music streaming service has sought to start from scratch...Show More Summary

Apple Taking Family-Friendly Approach To $1 Billion Original Video Push (Report)

2 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Apple is playing it safe with its foray into the TV world. A new Bloomberg report claims that the company's first television series, Carpool Karaoke, was delayed because CEO Tim Cook wanted foul language and references to vaginal hygiene removed. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook personally ordered the removal of dirty jokes from the company's TV shows, report says

Apple CEO Tim Cook delayed the release of "Carpool Karaoke," an Apple original series, to edit out profanity from the show, Bloomberg reports. "Carpool Karaoke" was meant to be the company's first move into original TV shows and movies...Show More Summary

Sinclair May Sell TV Stations for Up to $1 Billion

Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. may sell off some television stations in an effort to help secure approval for its proposed merger with Tribune Media Co., according to a report by Bloomberg. The report says Sinclair has received bids for as...

2017 will likely be the worst year ever for cable TV as cord cutting continues

If you ever wanted proof that cord cutting is more than just a fad, look no further than cancellation numbers for pay TV subscriptions. In 2016, Bloomberg reported that cable, satellite and telecom TV services lost a total of 1.7 million paid subscribers that year. Show More Summary

Inflation Friday: Despite Hurricane Hoopla, “Inflation” Remains Subdued (Real Wages YoY Decline)

Listening to CNBC and Bloomberg TV, you might have gotten the impression that Hurricanes Harvery and Irma created such extensive damage (they did) that there would be labor shortages and a big rise in real wages. The post Inflation Friday:...Show More Summary

Nobel Economist Thaler Says He's Nervous About Stock Market

``"We seem to be living in the riskiest moment of our lives, and yet the stock market seems to be napping," Thaler said, speaking by phone on Bloomberg TV. "I admit to not understanding it." ''

KRUGMAN: People aren't worried enough about Trump

Paul Krugman, the Nobel winning economist and New York Times columnist, said Tuesday that he doesn't think investors are worried enough about President Donald Trump. During an interview on Bloomberg TV, Krugman admitted he was wrong when he predicted before the election that stocks would sell off if Trump were to win. Show More Summary

Former BIS Chief Economist Warns "More Dangers Now Than In 2007"

Having warned in the past that "the system is dangerously unacnhored," former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements, William White, told Bloomberg TV overnight that the current situation "looks very similar to 2008,"...Show More Summary

"Dear President Trump: America Is In For A Rude Awakening In January"

Authored by James Rickards via DailyReckoning.com, Dear President Trump, Over the last couple of years I’ve been all over TV… from Fox News to CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg. I’ve been telling our fellow Americans that the financial globalShow More Summary

Bloomberg Jumps On The 'AntiFa'-Bashing Bandwagon "More In Common With Nazis Than American Ideals"

It appears Bay Area TV anchor Frank Somerville's honest description of "the hate" he experienced from "violent, clad in black" protesters in Berkeley was the tipping point for the liberal media to turn against AntiFa en masse. I experienced hate first hand today... Show More Summary

Trump Fires Longtime Aide After Phoenix Rally

Bloomberg: “Donald Trump was in a bad mood before he emerged for a confrontational speech in Arizona last week. TV and social media coverage showed that the site of his campaign rally, the Phoenix Convention Center, was less than full. [...]

Apple TV and tvOS: Everything you need to know about Apple's digital media streamer

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Update 8/24/17: Bloomberg has reported that Apple is planning on releasing a new 4K Apple TV in the fall. See our Apple TV FAQ below for more information. Apple TV has grown up a lot since its iTV days. It’s not just for iTunes rentals...Show More Summary

The new Apple TV is coming with the iPhone 8 (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 97) - CNET

4 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

The iPhone 8 could come Sept. 12, Bloomberg reports the new 4K Apple TV to be unveiled at the next Apple Event, and Apple wants $50 for early home movies.

Apple might announce a 4K TV box at next month’s iPhone event

Apple is unveiling another new product with its latest iPhones and Apple Watches in September, according to Bloomberg. Cupertino is reportedly announcing its 4K- and HDR-capable Apple TV, as well. If you'll recall, the publication reported...Show More Summary

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