Kim Komando Special for USA TODAY Published 6:27 AM EDT May 2, 2019 Streaming video is still a relatively young technology, but most of us can no longer imagine sticking a disc into a DVD player. Yes, some of us still enjoy our Redbox rentals, and Blu-ray still offers some of the best imaging available. Gone are the days of driving to Blockbuster, paying late fees, or digging out our membership cards. Streaming video has largely erased that way of life, although there is one last Blockbuster store standing. Even the big streaming services no longer hold a monopoly. Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime still dominate as top sources of streaming content, but more and more major companies are getting into the streaming business. This year alone, those options will expand to AT&T, Warner Media, and IMDB streaming services. Disney+ will soon transmit the entire Mickey Mouse, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars universe to your screen. AppleTV+ will release never-before-seen original TV … [Read more...] about Cord cutters can stream their favorite TV shows, movies for free
NEW YORK, April 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FMW Media Works Corp. announces televised interviews with BlockQuake, PascalCoin, Apollo and Swarm Foundation, all “TOP” blockchain solution companies. These Executives’ interviews with each company air on Bloomberg Television throughout the month of April 2019. /EIN News/ -- Formed in early 2018, BlockQuake addresses the need for trust and transparency in the blockchain and cryptocurrency communities with its development of a centralized cryptocurrency trading exchange platform, launching in Q2 2019 Bloomberg Television will air a 4-part series on BlockQuake, interviewing its CEO and Co-founder, Antonio Brasse, providing an in-depth discussion on the fast-moving developments at the Company. During the afternoon on April 20, 2019, Bloomberg Television will air the first of its four-part series about BlockQuake, exact air time TBD-to be determined. “BlockQuake believes there are many opportunities … [Read more...] about FMW Media Welcomes “TOP” BlockChain Solution Companies on “NewToTheStreet”/ “Exploring The Block” Series for Bloomberg TV Broadcasts
CEO Held Hostage in China: How I Was Freed published: 01 Jul 2013 views: 393 July 1 (Bloomberg) -- Chip Starnes, CEO at Specialty Medical Supplies, recounts his experience being held captive by workers in his company\'s Chinese facility over a nearly week-long pay dispute. He speaks on Bloomberg Television\'s \"In The Loop.\" -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg On \"In the Loop with Betty Liu,\" Betty Liu reports on breaking news headlines, Wall Street movers and shakers, global leaders, billionaires and interviews the most influential guests -- all as the opening bell rings the market into action. Betty Liu\'s robust team of Bloomberg TV reporters includes frequent appearances by Bloomberg market correspondents, among them: Dominic Chu, Julie Hyman, Alix Steel, Sheila Dharmarajan, Matt Miller and more. In addition to covering leading company news, the show highlights industry competitions including Samsung vs Apple, Pepsi vs Coke, and Aereo vs News … [Read more...] about Apple CEO urges Bloomberg to retract spying chips story
Bridget Bennett / The New York Times Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire and former mayor of New York, speaks at a fundraising brunch for Steve Sisolak, left, the Democratic nominee for governor of Nevada, in Las Vegas on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020. By Alexander Burns and Sydney Ember, New York Times News Service Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 | 2 a.m. SEATTLE — Michael Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020, concluding that it would be his only path to the White House even as he voices stark disagreements with progressives on defining issues including bank regulation, stop-and-frisk police tactics and the #MeToo movement. Bloomberg, 76, a billionaire media executive and former New York City mayor, has already aligned himself with Democrats in the midterm elections, approving a plan to spend $80 million to flip control of the House of Representatives. A political … [Read more...] about Bloomberg may run for president as a Democrat, but would he be embraced on the left?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByAlexander Burns and Sydney Ember Sept. 17, 2018 SEATTLE — Michael R. Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020, concluding that it would be his only path to the White House even as he voices stark disagreements with progressives on defining issues including bank regulation, stop-and-frisk police tactics and the #MeToo movement. Mr. Bloomberg, 76, a billionaire media executive and former New York City mayor, has already aligned himself with Democrats in the midterm elections, approving a plan to spend $80 million to flip control of the House of Representatives. A political group he controls will soon begin spending heavily in three Republican-held districts in Southern California, attacking conservative candidates for their stances on abortion, … [Read more...] about Bloomberg May Run for President as a Democrat. His Views on Policing and #MeToo Could Be a Problem.