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YouTube TV is giving subscribers a $10 credit because the service went down — but you have only until Wednesday to claim it
Subscribers to YouTube TV pay $40 a month to get a batch of live channels and TV programs — and that service wasn't working either when YouTube went down. YouTube is making up for it with $10 credits — but you have only until Wednesday to claim them.
How musicians really make their money — and it has nothing to do with how many times people listen to their songs
Streaming isn't nearly as lucrative for artists as other revenue streams. The majority of an artist's revenue comes from touring, selling merchandise, licensing their music for things like television, movies, or video games, and partnerships or side businesses.
Apple’s original TV shows and movies could be free for all iPhone and iPad owners with the launch of its new video streaming service
Apple's new subscription service could potentially shake up the video streaming industry dominated by Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu.
Walmart is helping launch original shows, claiming that Netflix and Amazon don’t make enough content aimed at its core Middle America shoppers
Walmart has struck deals to back original TV shows and other programming, that will air on its streaming service Vudu. Walmart's emphasis on creating video content to boost existing customers' loyalty has the potential to result in the proliferation of a distinct new wave of original programming.
‘They got a $2 million raise last year?’: Netflix lets any exec or director see what employees make, and people are freaking out
Netflix has an open-salary policy, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The pay practice was reportedly implemented in 2017 to help employees to determine if they're fairly compensated — but with Netflix paying 25% to 50% more than competitors, they're left more shocked than anything.
Microsoft has announced its own video game streaming service, competing with PlayStation Now and Google's Project Stream.
Between Microsoft-issued statements and reliable rumor reports, we know a surprising amount of detail about Microsoft's successor to the Xbox One, which is reportedly codenamed "Scarlett."
Google's new "Project Stream" removes one of the biggest limitations keeping people from playing the games they like: the need for powerful hardware.
IMDB, which is owned by Amazon, is reportedly launching its very own streaming service that will offer old TV shows and movies. It will be available for Fire TV users and will be free of charge and supported by ads, according to a recent report.
Google will let some people play one of the biggest video games of the year for free, right from the Chrome browser — even if you have a lousy ...
Google's Project stream will let you stream and play 'Assassin's Creed Odyssey" from the Chrome web browser for free. But you have to be selected for the test, first.