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Spotify has shared a list of 16 songs that the streaming service is predicting could become the most popular tracks of the summer, including recent Billboard No. 1 hits like Drake's "Nice for What" and Childish Gambino's "This Is America," alongside a 2018 album cut from rapper Cardi B.
Google Play Music will continue even though YouTube is launching its own paid music streaming service in YouTube Music Premium.
YouTube is taking another crack at the music-streaming game — the Google-owned company introduced YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium on Thursday morning.
Netflix will have over 1,000 original TV shows and movies on its service by the end of the year, chief content officer Ted Sarandos said at a media summit on Monday. Sarandos said that 85% of the company's new spending will go toward the production of original shows and movies.
Netflix has found yet another stellar coproduction in the drama series "Safe" from France's Canal+. The series stars "Dexter" and "Six Feet Under" actor Michael C. Hall as a widowed father searching for his missing daughter.
From HBO's quickly canceled drama series "Here and Now" to Fox's lackluster airline comedy "LA to Vegas," duds abound in the crop of the worst new and returning shows that have aired so far this year.
ESPN is increasing its online presence with new Twitter shows as it tries to keep up with the changing nature of media consumption
ESPN will even debut a Twitter version of its flagship "SportsCenter," as it tries to keep up with increasingly digital and web-centric nature of media and rebound from a difficult 2017.
Hulu announced on Wednesday that it has surpassed 20 million US subscribers, and that 35,000 of its subscribers watched all 331 episodes of the NBC medical drama "ER" in just 2 months after it debuted on its streaming service this year.
The returning TV shows viewers are anticipating the most for May include Netflix's sitcom "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and the USA Network's science-fiction drama, "Colony."
Netflix is releasing a 20-episode documentary series that follows BuzzFeed News reporters as they develop their investigative stories.