If you’re watching Countdown to Christmas right now, you’re not alone. Hallmark Channel figured out a formula that Netflix, Hulu, and Max don’t have—and it cracked the streaming code.
Two new tools using DeepMind’s music generation algorithm Lyria let anyone make YouTube shorts using the AI-generated vocals of Demi Lovato, T-Pain, Troye Sivan and others. It’s haunting.
The OA had the kind of fans who held flash mobs to protest its cancelation. Now its creators are back with A Murder at the End of the World, and a warning about tech’s influence on people’s lives.
Streaming invigorated the film and TV industry and sent established studios scrambling. That was before AI sparked one of the biggest work stoppages in Hollywood history.
The company added 7 million Disney+ subscribers in the past three months, many of them opting for ad-supported tiers. Can it turn a profit?