As more people stream YouTube on their TVs and Netflix on their phones, the future of the TV and video businesses will be a blend of both until they are one and the same. This convergence brings challenges and opportunities, growth and growing pains — all of which we cover in our weekly Future of TV Briefing. Previously called the Video Briefing, we recently rebranded to reflect how the line between TV and digital video has blurred.

It’s more than a collection of links. We’ll bring you reported pieces, analyze emerging trends, add context to the news of the week and include quick interviews with newsmakers across the broader TV, streaming and online video industry. There will be fun stuff, too: anonymous overheard quotes, programming highlights, insights from outsiders and other curiosities.

Some themes we’re looking to explore include: 

  • Traditional TV’s unbundling and streaming’s rebundling
  • The wars for a share of audiences’ attentions, subscribers’ wallets, buyers’ budgets and advertisers’ dollars
  • The shifting power balance between programmers and distributors
  • The exploding market for original shows, and much more

The idea is simple: there’s more to the TV-and-video industry than what you see in the headlines, and we’re here to show you what’s going on behind the scenes. Sign up now to get it every Wednesday.

By entering your information, you’re allowing Digiday Media to store and use your data to keep you up to date on top stories, events and other programs. As stated in our privacy policy, we won’t share your data unless you explicitly provide permission.

As more people stream YouTube on their TVs and Netflix on their phones, the future of the TV and video businesses will be a blend of both until they are one and the same. This convergence brings challenges and opportunities, growth and growing pains — all of which we cover in our weekly Future of TV Briefing. Previously called the Video Briefing, we recently rebranded to reflect how the line between TV and digital video has blurred.

It’s more than a collection of links. We’ll bring you reported pieces, analyze emerging trends, add context to the news of the week and include quick interviews with newsmakers across the broader TV, streaming and online video industry. There will be fun stuff, too: anonymous overheard quotes, programming highlights, insights from outsiders and other curiosities.

The idea is simple: there’s more to the TV-and-video industry than what you see in the headlines, and we’re here to show you what’s going on behind the scenes. Sign up now to get it every Wednesday.

By entering your information, you’re allowing Digiday Media to store and use your data to keep you up to date on top stories, events and other programs. As stated in our privacy policy, we won’t share your data unless you explicitly provide permission.