Tag: Streaming

YouTube’s Head Of Live Music On Landing Bonnaroo & The Platform’s Evolving Streaming Strategy

YouTube will be the exclusive home of Bonnaroo 2020, a three-day virtual live broadcast September 24-26 that will comprise 80% new performances and 13 archival shows from the farm including the Beastie Boys’ historic final concert in 2009 and sets from Dave Matthews & Friends, Metallica, the White Stripes, Jason Isbell and James Brown.

Landing “Virtual ROO-ALITY” is another feather in the cap of the platform, which thus far has served as the virtual venue for Lollapalooza, the Roots Picnic, the Montreux Jazz Fest and a weekly BottleRock series since it kicked off the Covid-derailed festival season in April with the documentary “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert.”

Festivals are big business in the $26 billion global live events industry, and hosting their live-stream incarnations has become a core

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Week 1 NFL odds, picks, schedule, how to watch, streaming: Expert picks against the spread, survivor, more

The first NFL Sunday of the season is finally within reach, and we’re here to get you ready for the action. We’re already 1/256th of the way through the season after the Chiefs took care of business in the Thursday night opener, reprising their win over the Texans from last season’s playoffs. Thirty more teams are hoping to join the Chiefs at 1-0 to start the year, but only half of them (at best) can be successful. 

Who will be those teams to pick up the win and, more importantly, who will cover the spread? We’re going to cover that right now.

Each week, we’ll collect all of the best picks and gambling content from CBSSports.com and SportsLine in one place, so you can get picks against the spread from our CBS Sports experts as well as additional feature content for each game, including plays from top SportsLine experts and

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Disney Stock Is a Buy, Analyst Says, Because Its Future Is in Streaming

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Putting a value on Walt Disney stock today requires balancing near-term Covid-related headwinds to its theme parks, movie, and television segments against its long-term potential in the global direct-to-consumer streaming market. With movie theaters closed, theme parks operating at limited capacity, and advertisers pulling back, recent results have been ugly. But physical distancing requirements have also led to a surge in demand for at-home entertainment, with Disney+ and Hulu enjoying the benefits.

Despite the pandemic, Disney (ticker: DIS) isn’t in danger of going out of business, with a balance sheet able to weather the storm. That means investors should set their sights on the company’s long-term trajectory, because the Disney that comes out of the Covid-19 crisis will be meaningfully different from the one that went in.

Through early August, Disney+ garnered 60.5 million subscribers worldwide since its debut last November and continues to add

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