"Hopefully, now this audience will find a home."
Writer/ actor Shantell Yasmine Abeydeera has a new series, "Dating in Place," available on LGBTQ niche streaming service Revry. Entertainment reporter Sam Blake caught up with her on her new show and network.
TV providers are on track to lose 5 million subscribers in 2020.
Faux meat-making startups are growing worldwide.
Apple and Sony both reportedly had talks about buying L.A.-based podcast network Wondery.
Spotify hints at offering podcast subscriptions.
Live Nation revenues are down 95%, but the company has hope.
Revry's Model for Keeping Audience and Artists
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B Capital Group Has a New L.A.-Based General Partner
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