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Netflix Ramping Up Game Production With Its First AAA PC Title

Netflix is wading deeper into the gaming market, with a job posting revealing it is planning to release its first AAA PC game title.

HBO Max Is Trying to Fix Playback Issues on Apple TV 4K

HBO is aware of an issue with HBO Max running on Apple TV 4K devices and is working to address it.

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Amazon Commits $1 Billion a Year for Theatrical Releases

The movie industry received good news Wednesday, with Amazon committing more than $1 billion a year for theatrical releases.

FTC ‘Likely’ to File Lawsuit to Block Microsoft’s Activision Deal

Microsoft may face its biggest challenge yet to its acquisition of Activision Blizzard, with a report saying the FTC is likely to file a lawsuit to block the deal.

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Bob Chapek Is Out and Bob Iger Is Back In As Disney CEO

Disney made waves late Sunday, announcing the ouster of CEO Bob Chapek and the return of Bob Iger in the role for two years.

Tech News Website Protocol Is Shutting Down

Tech news website Protocol is shutting down, with its roughly 60 staff facing impending lay-offs.

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YouTube TV Is (Finally) Getting a Clock

While it may be a small feature, YouTube TV (YTTV) is finally getting a feature that most of its competitors have had for years — a clock.

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EU Steps Up Its Investigation Into Microsoft’s Activision Deal

Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard has hit another snag, with the EU opening an “in-depth investigation.”

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Alabama Media Group Goes All-Digital

The Alabama Media Group is throwing in the towel on physical newspapers, instead opting for an all-digital approach.

Warner Bros. Discovery Accelerating HBO Max/Discovery+ Merger

Warner Bros. Discovery is moving up its merger of HBO Max and Discovery+, crediting better-than-anticipated progress.

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Netflix’s Ad-Support Plan Has Arrived

Netflix has finally rolled out its ad-supported plan, although it won’t be free like many users may have hoped.

Microsoft Commits to Keeping ‘Call of Duty’ on the PlayStation Forever

Microsoft has just made a major commitment, with an executive saying it will keep Call of Duty on the PlayStation forever.

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Apple Raising Prices on Apple One, Apple Music, and Apple TV+

Apple fans are in for a disappointment, with the company jumping on the price-raise bandwagon sweeping the tech industry.

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The Days of Freeloading Are Numbered as Netflix Launches Profile Transfer

Netflix has launched Profile Transfer, a way for users to move their personalized content from an existing account to a new one of their own.

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YouTube Introduces Handles to Make It Easier to Find Creators & Channels

YouTube is making it easier to find channels and creators with unique handles that will identify them.

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T-Mobile & YouTube TV Partnership = Poor Customer Experience

T-Mobile opted to back YouTube TV (YTTV) when it ended its own TVision streaming service, but customers are being left in the cold.

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Roku Enables Nielsen Four-Screen Measurement

Roku has enabled Nielsen four-screen measurement across traditional TV, connected TV, mobile, and desktop.

Disney Accelerating Pivot To a DTC-First Business Model
Disney Channels Are Back on Dish and Sling TV

Dish Network and Sling TV customers once again have access to Disney-owned channels after the two companies reached a tentative agreement.

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Dish Network and Sling TV Lose Disney-Owned Channels

Dish Network and its Sling TV streaming service have lost Disney-owned channels as a result of a contract dispute.

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Google Is ‘Winding Down’ Its Stadia Game Service

After months of rumors and denials, Google is officially “winding down” its Stadia game service.