1. HBO For using its creative cachet to evolve an entire industry. The premium cable mainstay has become as buzzy as its shows, having announced that it will make its streaming service, HBO Go, available without a cable subscription in 2015. Still not ready to sign up? No problem, says HBO: It’s signing deals to make its content available elsewhere, like on Amazon Prime, where HBO has sold part of its library. (Game of Thrones isn’t included, though. For that, viewers will need to go to the source.) Moves like this mean that the company’s impressive $4.9 billion in revenue isn’t going away anytime soon. And meanwhile, HBO continues to lead the way in pedigreed, must-see programming, with new shows like True Detective and Silicon Valley beefing up its already stellar lineup. As usual, the company crushed it at last year’s Emmy’s with 99 nominations and 19 wins. And its subscriber growth last year was the best in 17 years.READ MORE 2. Netflix For a data-driven approach to the unexpected. The entertainment company is routinely delighting devoted fan bases—by, say, green-lighting the production of a kung-fu sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend, and four new Adam Sandler… Read full this story
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