Epic’s FTC settlement is a reminder about the value of the App Store. Then, Netflix’s ad weakness is disappointing but not surprising, while the YouTube/NFL deal could have been worse for cable companies and other leagues.
MLS agreed to a 10 year deal with Apple; exploring the details, what it means for MLS, other sports, Apple, and bundling.
An interview with analyst Michael Nathanson about streaming, cable, digital advertising, and a whole lot more.
The upcoming renewal of NFL rights is a marker in what will be a decade of upheaval in TV.
Snap had strong results that build on progress made last quarter; the company is looking less like Twitter, at least for now. Then, FOX spends on football, even as the Sports Linchpin weakens.
Twitter lost the NFL streaming deal to Amazon; all the reasons why the deal didn’t make sense for Twitter explain why Amazon is doing it. Then, the most interesting part of Apple’s Mac Pro news is the timeline.
First, a deep dive into Twitter’s deal with the NFL and why it’s not about the money. Then, why Gmail’s failed April Fool’s joke was so outrageous and worrying.
Apple gives up on its rumored live TV service, which should come as no surprise to Stratechery readers. YouTube’s top video list is a hint as to why. Might apple bid on the NFL to get the train rolling?
Twitter suspended a couple of accounts for tweeting sports highlights GIFs. First a bit about the issue at hand, and then a bigger picture look at what this says about Moments, if anything. Then, Snapchat is getting out of original programming, which is a great sign. Finally, what the future of Moments should look like.
Good morning, I got a few (very friendly) notes about my item about the iPhone line yesterday, suggesting I was reading too much into the Asian focus and missing the broader complaint about “true” Apple fans. In my defense, the tweet I was referring to was one of about 100 (seriously) that was in mySubscribe […]