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5G broadband is an existential threat to cable companies, but execs and investors aren’t worried

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5G has the potential to wreak havoc on cable companies, but industry executives say cable infrastructure will shield them from competition. Source link: Click here for more
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Disney is dominating the animation category and no other studios seems to be able to compete

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Disney has vastly outperformed its competitors, luring audiences to theaters in droves to see new stories and sequels to franchise titles. The studios’ brand reputation, story-telling and emotional resonance has kept it at the top of the box office. Source link: Click here for more
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Disney+ isn’t really the beginning of the streaming wars — the next year is just a warm-up

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Disney+ and Apple+ are here, but the average consumer isn’t going to look at a menu of a dozen options and select only three or four, thus determining winners and losers. There are too many complicating factors for such a simple calculation. Source link: Click here for more
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Inner-city kids learning real estate investing from major tycoons

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On a cold and blustery afternoon in the South Bronx, about a dozen high school students were roaming the streets of their neighborhood, but they weren’t just hanging out. They were figuring out values, calculating capitalization rates on multifamily properties and scouting out investment opportunities. They are part of Project...
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A rising number of US companies are flagging wildfire risk as suppression costs climb

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California’s biggest utilities aren’t the only U.S. companies grappling with the increased force and frequency of wildfires. Source link: Click here for more
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The death of the DVD: Why sales dropped more than 86% in 13 years

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DVD sales have been on the decline for over a decade, but a slew of new streaming services and a shift in how consumers are watching movies and TV shows could be the final death knell for the technology. Source link: Click here for more
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Starz-Comcast contract dispute draws Department of Justice informal inquiry

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Lions Gate told Comcast customers last month that they may soon lose access to Starz content amid a contract dispute. The DOJ is now looking into it. Source link: Click here for more
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Apple, Disney and NBC all want to give you free streaming TV, but don’t expect the party to last

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With several new streaming services launching this year and next year, the companies involved are offering enticing deals to sign up for free. Source link: Click here for more
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Ryan Millsap never meant to build Georgia’s third largest film studio. Now Blackhall is going global

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In the last decade, Georgia has become a Hollywood hub. The state offers enticing tax incentives and is home to skilled laborers and film crews. Source link: Click here for more
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NBC is leaning toward making its Peacock streaming service free to everyone

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Peacock would be the biggest advertising video-on-demand service on the market and would serve as an experiment to determine whether subscription products or advertising-based services make more sense. Source link: Click here for more
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AT&T’s Stankey: Here’s why we’re charging more than Netflix and other rivals for HBO Max

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John Stankey said consumers will be interested in HBO Max despite its high price when compared to Disney+ and Netflix. Source link: Click here for more
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HBO Max lands exclusive streaming rights to ‘South Park’

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All 23 seasons of “South Park” will be heading to HBO Max in June 2020. The AT&T-owned streaming service announced Tuesday that it had secured the exclusive U.S. rights to the satirical animated show in a multiyear licensing deal. Source link: Click here for more
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Netflix to competition: Welcome! Your success will be our success

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Netflix makes the case in its shareholder letter that more streaming services won’t curb subscriber growth. Instead, it will accelerate more customers cutting the cord on traditional cable and using streaming services like Netflix. Source link: Click here for more
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LGBT workers head to Supreme Court for blockbuster rights cases: ‘I’ll be that person to stand up’

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The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday in a set of cases that could determine whether millions of LGBT workers are protected under the nation’s most powerful federal workplace anti-discrimination law. Source link: Click here for more
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The business of scaring: Halloween drives massive traffic, sales at theme parks

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Halloween events have become incredibly popular with guests both in the U.S. and abroad, often padding the bottom line for theme park operators like Disney, Universal, Six Flags and more. Source link: Click here for more

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