Jason Snell and host Charlotte Henry discuss the future of the Apple TV – not the app, nor the service, but the box. They ponder whether Apple should revamp it, kill it, or just leave it be, and analyze how it fits with the company’s broader media and services strategy.
TMO’s Editor-in-Chief Bryan Chaffin returns to Media+ to discuss the significance of Apple TV+ getting its first Oscar nominations. He and host Charlotte Henry also discuss the growing amount of offshoot content Apple is making related to its shows.
Dave Hamilton, The Mac Observer’s co-founder and host of the Mac Geek Gab podcast, joins host Charlotte Henry to look at the future, and history, of podcasting. They dig into some data that indicates Spotify is about to overtake Apple as the go-to podcast destination.
Techcrunch’s Steve O’Hear joins host Charlotte Henry to look at some recent media phenomena – Revue, Substack, and Clubhouse. With the first already acquired by Twitter, should Apple be looking to get involved with either of the other two?
Host Charlotte Henry is joined by media critic Mic Wright to discuss the recent clash between Facebook and the Australian government, which saw news content removed from the social network in Oz. It is now being restored, but what are the wider implications?
Hot Pod founder Nick Quah joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the possibility of Apple Podcasts+ before the conversation takes an unexpected turn…
It’s awards season and, thanks mostly to ‘Ted Lasso’, Apple TV+ is heavily involved. Host Charlotte Henry and The Mac Observer’s Editor-in-Chief Bryan Chaffin get dressed up and walk down the red carpet to take a closer look.
Tom Webster of Edison Research joins host Charlotte Henry to discuss the rumored launch of Podcasts+. How would Apple go about getting into the subscription audio business? And should it?
Author, blogger, and podcaster Dan Moren joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the Apple TV+ freeloading problem. Almost nobody is paying for the service. Very few want to. How can Apple make money from streaming?
BBC Tech Reporter Zoe Kleinman joins Charlotte Henry to discuss the reality of reporting from home. Have reporters become influencers? They also look at Zoe’s reporting on how WhatsApp can be an (unreliable) news channel.
Daily Observation’s host Kelly Guimont joins Charlotte to celebrate the return of ‘Dickinson’ to Apple TV+. They also discuss digital premieres and events.
New York Times media columnist Ben Smith joins Charlotte Henry to discuss Apple’s place in the streaming market, Tim Cook’s influence on content, and what 2021 might have in store.
Tom Harrington of Enders Analysis joins host Charlotte Henry to look back at 2020. In a landmark year for streaming, who were the big winners and losers?
Adrian Weckler, tech editor at the Irish and Sunday Independent, joins Charlotte to discuss new legislation that could see Apple TV+ kicked off European screens.
Jeff Gamet joins Charlotte Henry to unpack the release of Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max and the wider impact of this on the movie industry. They also discuss Amazon’s apparently imminent purchase of Wondery.
Charlotte Henry and her guests bring focus — and a little something extra — to discussions about digital media in today’s world. In the latest episode, she and John Martellaro discuss upcoming Apple TV+ shows and Oprah Winfrey’s interview with President Barack Obama.
Charlotte Henry and her guests bring focus — and a little something extra — to discussions about digital media in today’s world. She is joined by Tom Merritt to discuss Hollywood’s excitement at the new M1 Macs and Apple’s potential purchase of Wondery.
Charlotte Henry and her guests bring focus — and a little something extra — to discussions about digital media in today’s world. In this episode, she speaks to Kelly Guimont about Jon Stewart’s impending return – on Apple TV+.