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Streaming service bags its largest content deal to date in battle for subscribers
Swedish owner of Viaplay bets on mix of Nordic drama and sports to draw viewers
Hardware push would be one of broadcaster’s boldest moves since its £30bn purchase by Comcast
Vivendi to float group valued at €33bn in Amsterdam next week but many believe the price will soar
Apple has its first bona fide hit in ‘Ted Lasso’ with 20 nominations
UK culture secretary will say broadcaster ‘won’t be able to compete with streaming giants’ without extra cash
Google-owned platform becomes a serious competitor while trying to repair relations with big music labels
Ex-employees allegedly made more than $3m in profits by trading on subscriber numbers ahead of release
SkyShowtime will bring together content from brands including Paramount, Universal and Nickelodeon
The country’s biggest music streaming company must find a new business model
Legal battle with Disney over streaming of ‘Black Widow’ film to test power of stars
Movie star says she lost millions because superhero film was released online and in cinemas at the same time
Executives complain new Discovery Mode is ‘payola’ but one Texas frontman sees it as the future
WarnerMedia-owned service added 2.4m new users in June quarter as streaming rivalry intensifies
Streaming service should consider buying its own film studio to solve content problem
Streaming group issues disappointing forecasts for third-quarter customer growth
UK politicians call for radical overhaul aimed at putting more money in artists’ pockets
Landmark move comes ahead of UK government report on streaming payments
Netflix, Disney and Amazon are splurging on local-language TV and film, but will it lead to hours of bland content?
Goal to launch Spanish-language service follows on heels of Netflix smash-hit Mexican thriller
French company scales back initial plan and now aims to raise €300m
Charging viewers more to watch new movies online is a tempting post-Covid route for studios
Sharp shift in consumer behaviour is pushing traditional groups to seek scale, says head of streaming service
Two proposed deals encapsulate the changing entertainment landscape
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