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It has become flabby and bureaucratic, but we would miss the corporation if we lost it
Chinese owner of video app TikTok signs licensing deal with independent record labels
Ecommerce giant’s streaming service has 55m users in an increasingly crowded market
Non-US viewers help streaming service top analyst forecasts, but domestic market drags
Industry says unusually strong 2019 releases concealed the wretched state of business
Investors catapulted Alphabet’s stock market value above $1tn for the first time on Thursday
Comcast-owned broadcaster launches Peacock, which many customers can watch for free
A vision for Global Britain must include the corporation, its unique reach and role in UK creative industries
Donald Trump backs away from military action against Iran
Hollywood stars shoot short videos to stream to mobile phones
Early streaming of Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ left film with reduced cinema audience
Plan for one of Europe’s biggest sites comes as pressure rises from Netflix and Amazon
Promising Lagos start-up profits from music as ‘a way of life’
The media group’s new streaming service will lay down the? biggest challenge to Netflix??
In the media arms race to take on Netflix not all new services can survive
Tech giant looks to take on Amazon and Netflix with slate of high-budget new shows
Push into podcasting is the right step for company trying to profit consistently from vast customer base
Architect of direct listing is the latest senior figure to leave music streaming service
Facing wealthy rivals and rising debt, the streaming service is beginning to look less than invincible
Banijay lined up to pay €2bn for maker of ‘Peaky Blinders’ after drawn-out contest
Record companies worry they will lose revenue as iPhone maker looks to create 1 monthly price?
Chief executive expects rivalry will spark ‘very large increase’ in British-made content
Rockstar sublimates from Steam.
Comedy heading for HBO Max as platforms shell out big sums to snap up popular sitcoms
Tech giant trails Spotify and Apple but reckons users will pay more for CD-quality sound