Paramount has been merciless in its economic exploitation of Star Trek fandom with Star Trek DVD collections costing twice as much or more per hour than similar series, and the folks at Viacom (Paramount’s parent company) are stepping it up a notch in this endeavor to get Star Trek aficionados to pay a monthly fee and form a sort of base audience for the CBS streaming service, which is just one of many competing for viewers’ dollars.
New Series WIll Be Exclusive to CBS All Access Streaming Service
Posted by ICv2 on July 25, 2016 @ 3:14 pm CT
Bryan Fuller on New 'Star Trek' Series"). The series will premiere via an over-the-air broadcast on the CBS TV network in January of 2017, and then will go exclusive with the CBS All-Access streaming network. The one-minute plus clip released at Comic-Con shows a test flight of the U.S.S. Discovery, a formidable looking ship that appears to be a sleek refinement of the design of the Voyager starship.
'Profits Over Public Safety'
April 4, 2020
Longtime Diamond Comic Distributors executive Bill Schanes (retired) spoke up about the continuation of graphic novel operations in the book channel, arguing they put "profits over public safety."
As Coronavirus Crisis hits Publishing
April 4, 2020
Marvel Entertainment is “pausing” work on one-third of its planned May and June comics output.