Just because a focus of Apple is making metric boatloads of money doesn’t mean that worthy projects that surprise and delight the customer must remain off the table.
Apple isn’t just doing original TV content for fun. There’s a plan. And it’s bad news for cable and satellite providers.
The streaming TV business is a hard business to break into. Customers have enormous choice in an overloaded market. Money is tight. Apple knows that.
Terry Gilliam’s Time Bandits movie from 1980 just joined Apple’s original content line up as a new television series.
Kelly Guimont, John Martellaro and Jeff Gamet dive into Apple’s software fix for the MacBook Pro Core i9 throttling problem, plus Kelly may have figured out Apple’s strategy for drawing us in to its own original TV shows.
Apple signed a deal at the beginning of the year for a TV series adaptation of “Are You Sleeping” starring Octavia Spencer, and now we know the deal is for a 10 episode season.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple’s original TV show plans, plus John gets all excited about bigger iPhone screens.
There are no details yet, but Damien will write and direct every episode, and will also serve as the executive producer.
A drama series based on Kathleen Barber’s novel “Are You Sleeping” is the latest addition to Apple’s original show lineup for Apple Music.
The show has been ordered in a straight-to-series deal for two seasons, bypassing the pilot stage entirely.
John Martellaro and Jeff Butts join Jeff Gamet today to talk about Apple Music’s new executives in charge of original TV content, plus they look at how the iPad is holding up in the education market.
Apple brings two TV programming big hitters on board for Apple Music’s original content.
Apple is apparently courting former HBO president of programming Michael Lombardo to head up its original TV programming for Apple Music. He’s the guy who was responsible for shows such as The Newsroom, Boardwalk Empire, True Blood, and Game of Thrones, and Apple no doubt wants to replicate that success with its own streaming shows.
Twitter is moving aggressively into streaming video with 12 just announced new content deals, including Bloomberg and the MLB. The deals will bring original video exclusively to Twitter in the form of live shows covering sports, fashion, news, and more.