Last week M. Night Shyamalan tweeted a couple of teasers for his Apple TV+ series called Servant. Today Apple uploaded a full trailer.
Apple uploaded a 2.5 minute trailer for The Banker on YouTube starring Samuel L. Jackson. It’s set to be released on December 6.
Apple shared a trailer for Ghostwriter, a show for kids on Apple TV+ that is a remake from the Ghostwriter series on PBS from 1992 to 1995.
When a ghost haunts a neighborhood bookstore and starts releasing fictional characters into the real world, four kids must team up to solve an exciting mystery surrounding the ghost’s unfinished business.
AT&T wants to take on the likes of Netflix, Disney, and Apple with its streaming service HBO Max.
By 2025, AT&T aims to reach about 80 million global subscribers, with about 50 million in the United States, a source briefed on the plans told Reuters. They are ambitious targets that would be consistent with Netflix Inc’s (NFLX.O) early progress, and in the mid-range of Disney+, Walt Disney Co’s (DIS.N) Netflix rival, set to launch on Nov. 12.
WarnerMedia hopes this service will get a boost in 2021 when it launches an advertising-supported option at a lower cost, insiders said.
Disney+ will let you keep downloaded content even if it has been removed from the platform, says Bob Iger.
But Iger said that while these deals would cause some of that content to leave the platform for “brief periods of time,” you’ll be able to download that content onto a device where it will remain so long as your Disney+ account is active. This would give Disney+ a leg up on other services with which it has licensing agreements to make any downloads of that series or film available to Disney+ subscribers.
We’ve put together an Apple TV+ guide for all of the original content that the company has right now, and will have in the future. The content won’t appear until fall 2019. The list will be updated continuously, so be sure to bookmark this page.
Verizon is giving new and existing customers a free year of Disney+ which will launch on November 12 for $6.99/month.
Researchers conducted a study that found many smart TVs are sending your private data to Facebook and Netflix.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s eventual reporting of TV+ users, and what success looks like.
Apple has ordered a series adaptation of The Mosquito Coast starring Justin Theroux. The series is based on a novel.
Netflix has bought global streaming rights for Seinfeld. It will begin in 2021, when Hulu’s contract for streaming it expires.
This is the first time Seinfeld will be available on Netflix and the first time that all 180 episodes will be on one service globally and in 4K. Seinfeldmade its streaming debut with the Hulu deal. Internationally, it is streaming on Amazon in a number of territories; that will all be consolidated on Netflix under the new deal.
I watched a couple of reruns of Seinfeld on TV when I was younger, and I never got into it. Maybe I’ll give it another go on Netflix.
IFC Films is a production company mainly focusing on indie films. Its channel—IFC Films Unlimited—is coming to Apple TV Channels.
We have a deal on Elmedia Player PRO, a video player for the Mac that lets you stream Ultra HD and 4K video to compatible devices, including Chromecast, Apple TV, Smart TV and other AirPlay and DLNA-approved devices. A lifetime subscription to Elmedia Player PRO is $14.99 through our deal but coupon code SAVE15TODAY brings it down to $12.74 at checkout.
There’s a new Plex desktop app with the features of Plex Media Player and some offline capabilities. It will be available on macOS and Windows.
The desktop “side” of the (admittedly Janus-esque) Plex Media Player will live on in the form of the new desktop app. For the TV layout lovers out there, we want to be clear about this: the long-term plan is for the new desktop app to replace Plex Media Player as our only desktop solution. The new desktop app is notably lacking TV mode, which means that we’re going to stop supporting the traditional HTPC setup (using a desktop computer connected to your TV or home theater) with this app.
David Carroll sued Cambridge Analytica after news broke that it used Facebook user data for targeted political advertising. Netflix’s The Great Hack tells his story, and Business Insider interviewed him.
My pursuit is a highly individualized narrative, which obscures the reality that it’s a story about all of us. Quitting your Facebook account doesn’t do anything. You can try to do the work of going through all your settings and being really hygienic about your data, but it’s only going to reduce the scope of data leaking all over the place. It’s certainly not going to have a total effect that people might want.
I’m putting this on my list to watch.
If you use a smart speaker to wake up and control your TV, you could be adding an extra US$200/year on your electricity bill.
CBS All Access is now live on Apple TV Channels, offering customers with offline downloads and a seven-day free trial.
In a tweet that has since been seemingly deleted, CBS All Access announced that it will be coming to Apple TV Channels next week.
Two years ago the New York Public Library and Brooklyn Public Library partnered with free video streaming service Kanopy to give free access to patrons. But they are ending the partnerships on July 1.
Ultimately, this came down to a decision by the libraries, and where to focus their strategic priorities right now. We have witnessed incredible growth in user demand at these libraries over the past couple years and worked with the NYPL, BPL, and QPL to devise innovative new models that give them certainty and supports their budgetary needs.
Apple wants to finance six small-budget movies per year, looking at ideas that are more likely to win the Academy Awards.