Meredith Granmayeh, Chapman University
Black Star’s latest album again prompts fans to examine the desire for easily accessible music online and the need to pay artists fairly.
Maximilian Padilla-Rodriguez, Florida Atlantic University
The two anime streaming services recently combined into one massive catalog, but this may not be as beneficial as it seems.
Savannah McCracken, University of Arizona
This famous MCU actress is fighting for the money she earned as the titular hero of ‘Black Widow.’
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
Though the pandemic lockdown set many dance companies behind in revenue and left dancers without means of training, they’re finding ways to bounce back.
This transformation is giving the platform a chance to reach wider audiences and compete with its most successful competitors.
Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
Haven Worley, University of Rochester
Since the pandemic hit, streaming has caused some serious damage to cinemas — but are they gone for good?
Emily Davies, Solent University
From Disney+ to HBO Max, the competition is fierce, and with cinemas already struggling due to COVID-19, this might just be the end.
Alex Luna, University of California, Berkeley
Quibi wasn’t a hit with consumers, and the new streaming service is shutting down only months after launch. What led to such a quick demise?
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
While binging TV shows is fun and all, having episodes released on a week-by-week basis may be better for viewers.
Anna Barnard, St. Olaf College
Because of the virus, many theater companies have closed indefinitely — with these platforms, however, you won’t have to miss a thing.
Janani Mangai Srinivasan, Wake Forest University
The K-pop group’s loyal fan base, known as the BTS ARMY, has run into some pushback in their quest to pump up views on platforms like YouTube.
Asha MacKay, Wellesley College
The latest streaming platform is bringing 10-minute ‘quick bites’ of TV straight to your phone. It’s a great idea, but the shows need some work.
Mirella Gonzales, Texas Tech University
Should you spend the money on a long-term subscription or stick to those free trials?
Brendan Bell, Towson University
HBO’s adaption of the iconic comic caused controversy over creative liberties taken with its source material.
Megan Thompson, Montclair State University
With the long-running series no longer available and ‘The Office’ leaving fairly soon, it has left many subscribers wondering if Netflix is truly there for you.
The antics of the Roy family are one big car crash you can’t look away from.
Caroline Forrey, Miami University, Ohio
Watching episodes of your favorite show back to back is changing the television landscape; it might be harming your enjoyment too.
Zailin Peña, Southern Adventist University
Out of all the streaming services, this one absolutely has the best selection of crime docs.
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
Netflix and Hulu and Prime, Oh My!
Emma Uk, Brookdale Community College
Apple and chill sounds oddly enticing.
Onaje McDowelle, University of Texas at Austin
In the age of streaming, it isn’t unusual for projects from your favorite artists to disappear. Here’s why.
Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Here’s everything we know about the upcoming season of Hulu’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel, “Handmaid’s Tale.”
Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
The latest trend in viewing TV can have both positive and negative affects on you, your studies and your health.
Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
With Disney’s new streaming service being a part of the dozens of other platforms currently on the market, will people become tired of paying so much money for TV?
Jenna Ramsey, Seattle University
Is it just nostalgia that’s made music ownership a fond memory, or has the industry actually taken a wrong turn?
Max Alspach and Guest Contributor
Music streaming and the economics of art.
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