Roku General Manager of Content and Services Steve Shannon on Verizon’s new strategy to attract cord cutters, the Roku streaming service and where the future of TV is heading.
Tech expert Sam Slaughter on Apple’s expected 2015 TV web-streaming service and what the service provides.
Diageo Wine & Spirits’ Elayne Duff explains how to make different cocktails with Guinness beer.
Disney takes top spot at the box office
Mediatech Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb and Shalini Ramachandran of The Wall Street Journal discuss television and streaming viewership.
Shalini Ramachandran of The Wall Street Journal on NBC’s plans to launch a subscription streaming comedy service.
Suzanne Vranica discusses why Crackle decided to pull out of this year’s NewFronts to enter the TV marketplace.
Catcha Group CEO Patrick Grove on launching a subscription video on demand service in key Southeast Asia markets.
TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy and SnoopWall CEO Gary Miliefsky discuss the possibility of an Armageddon-style cyber attack.
WSJ’s Joe Flint on cable networks jamming more adds into their TV shows.
Consumer analyst Andrea Woroch on how consumers can decide if Amazon Prime is worth the cost.
Moat CEO Jonah Goodhart discusses how his company tracks advertising viewership.
Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit weighs in on Dish’s Sling TV and how it will create competition.
U.S. antitrust lawyers are reportedly considering blocking Comcast from buying Time Warner. S&P Media Analyst Tuna Amobi and SNL Kagan Verizon Analyst Chris Young weigh in.
Can children learn from TV? BabyFirstTV co-founder Sharon Rechter says the company has created safe and educational TV for children.
HBO Now app launches this week. WSJ Telecom Reporter Ryan Knutson and FBN’s Jo Ling Kent discuss how this impacts the future of TV.
Technology consultant Russ Frushtick on Viacom’s $785M loss and a car that would automatically stop when it sees a stop sign.
Viacom announces a round of layoffs and restructuring that will result in a $785 million charge. FBN’s Liz MacDonald with the story
FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the NFL’s decision to live-stream one game online.
Inventor of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners Lee shares his thought on mobile pay and his biggest worries over the Internet today.