If you can’t fit ‘em, join ‘em. Find out how entertainment companies are facing new viewing behaviors by figuring out how their offerings can fit the model.
This week in tech, Uber received customer complaints over a fares decision, Sony was beaten down over hackers, and Apple cleared up a 10-year lawsuit.
The movie industry is uncertain and the viewing public is becoming more diversified in what it watches. But does that mean the era of blockbusters is over?
Last week in tech, Twitter’s CFO made a little mistake, Sony Pictures had internal issues with hacking, and a former Netflix employee went a little too far.
The NFL has reigned supreme for at least 20 years, but there's an inkling that things might be changing among millennials.
Its Thanksgiving week and a full day of eating and football give us plenty to be thankful for. But, what about our fantasy players?
By Charles Tigges hybris Software / SAP As early entrants into digital entertainment, video game publishers have accumulated nearly 40 years of lessons learned, avoidable mistakes made, and relevant experiences they can share with other digital media and entertainment...
Like in business, there are three levels of sophistication when it comes to decision making: experiential, informed, and predictive.
These Chinese companies are trying to dominate their already established and well-known competitors. Find out why you can learn from them.
Fan Appz founder and CEO Jon Siegal discusses how his technology is changing the fan experience, especially for the Rio 2016 Summer Games.