NBC's livestreaming video of the Olympic Games brought in 11.6 million unique viewers in the first five days, up from 4.3 million during the same period of the 2014 Winter Olympics. Over 1.31 billion minutes have been streamed during the period, more than three times the amount streamed during the entire 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday will publish an order to roll back net neutrality regulations, a source says. Congress would have 60 days to reverse the decision by passing a resolution.
AT&T's request to access communications records from the White House and the Department of Justice has been denied by the federal judge presiding over an antitrust lawsuit. "Defendants have fallen far short of establishing that this enforcement action was selective," Judge Richard Leon wrote in his ruling.
Comcast has launched "Groundbreakers: Heroes Behind the Mask," a film that showcases the behind-the-scenes crews of "Black Panther," "Luke Cage" and other movies and programs. For Black History Month, Comcast is also highlighting programs such as "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement" and "Malcom X: The Lost Tapes."
Sky News would be guaranteed at least 10 years of funding under an updated takeover bid submitted by 21st Century Fox to UK regulators.
Mistress has created a humorous spot to tout E! Network's show "The Royals," which stars Elizabeth Hurley in her role as Queen Helena. In the promo, Hurley's character dispels fake news about a visit from President Donald Trump to Buckingham Palace.
Amazon will offer ad-supported streaming channels this year, says Amazon Channels head Rich Au. The service -- which has found success in Europe -- will be different from Amazon Channels and will provide an additional form of revenue for its partners.
Fox News today is expected to announce details of Fox Nation, a subscription over-the-top service that should launch this year. The service is targeted at "superfans" and will feature a largely new lineup of anchors and commentators.
Travel Channel has announced that it will begin producing "Mysterious Islands" in April and will debut the show this year. The series will follow Kellee Edwards as she explores islands around the world.
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