Chernin-Backed Otter Media Names CEO — Also Hires Tom Pickett
The Chernin Group and AT&T Buy Fullscreen
Vevo Is No Longer for Sale
Thursday 7.24: News to Know
Chernin and AT&T Close to Buying Controlling Stake in...
Chernin Group and AT&T’s Joint Venture Acquires Creativebug
Chernin-Backed European MCN Base79 Acquired by Rightster
Latino MCN MiTu Bolsters Revenue Team
Latino MCN MiTu Closes $10 Million Series B Round
Chernin Group’s ‘@SummerBreak’ Ready for More...
Chernin-Backed Crunchyroll Buys Video Discovery Startup Redux
Wednesday 5.28: News to Know
The Chernin Group Makes Fullscreen’s OTT Play Far More...
The Chernin Group and AT&T Pledge $500M to Invest in or Buy...
Tuesday 4.22: News to Know
VI Power-Sixer Looks to the Future
VI Power-Sixer: Peter Chernin / Fathering the Fourth Generation...
Welcome to the Inaugural VI Power-Sixer
Who are the most important executives in the online video space? Better yet, who are the best executives in the online video space?
That’s not an easy question. Even for an industry that most would describe as still emerging, there are many who can be considered very important. In fact, when we sent out a call for you, the industry, to nominate those who would best fit the description of an “online video power player,” we received an overwhelming number of submissions.
But that’s a good thing. It proves that this space, this oft-criticized space, is not one to be ignored. There are interesting deals, mergers,
Astronauts Wanted Names Billy Parks Chief Content Officer
Chernin Group Elevates Rajesh Kamat to COO of Its Asian...
MiTu Inks Content Deal with Spanish Comedy Crew Enchufe.TV
Chernin-Backed Crunchyroll Unpacks New Streaming Service for...
AOL Has the License to Show You Content from Latino MCN MiTu
Tuesday 12.3: News to Know
Chernin Group Buys Crunchyroll, Will Expand Video Site Beyond Anime
Want to Drive Views to Your YouTube Video? Enlist a YouTuber
Monday 7.15: News to Know
Stop Me If You’ve Heard This Before: Hulu Owners Say ‘Nah’
It’s 2011 all over again as Hulu’s trio of owners, 21st Century Fox, Disney, and Comcast, have decided to not sell the video service to any of its suitors. Instead, they will put $750 million into the video company to “propel future growth,” according to the announcement.
The final suitors for Hulu came down to DirecTV and the combination of The Chernin Group and AT&T, as well as Time Warner Cable, which was only interested in buying a stake in the company. The initial list was much bigger, but over the past couple of weeks,