Amy DiPierro

Amy DiPierro is a 2015 Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting intern working at TheStreet.com. Previously, she wrote for WHYY-News in Philadelphia and was a reporter at War News Radio. Follow her on Twitter: @amydipierro.

Recent Articles By The Author

What Dish's Sling TV Really Needs to Take Off

What Dish's Sling TV Really Needs to Take Off

The slim TV bundle - fewer channels for less money - is part of an "inexorable march" away from clunky pay TV subscriptions, says Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch.

Pandora Could Become Takeover Candidate, Media Analyst Says

Pandora Could Become Takeover Candidate, Media Analyst Says

Despite competition from Spotify, Tidal and now Apple for market share, one analyst says Pandora's brand and 80 million listeners could fetch up to 10 times revenue.

Apple Music Spooks Pandora Investors as Stock Continues Drop

Apple Music Spooks Pandora Investors as Stock Continues Drop

Pandora doubters sent the stock to its lowest level in a month, but the Internet-based radio service says its business model is strong enough to sustain Apple's entrance into streaming.

As Apple Seeks to Disrupt Music, It Renews Google Rivalry

As Apple Seeks to Disrupt Music, It Renews Google Rivalry

Google is arming YouTubers with even more data to use for self-promotion, a challenge to the place held by streaming services and traditional labels.

Comcast Turns to Twitter to Counter Bad Rep on Service

Comcast Turns to Twitter to Counter Bad Rep on Service

The front line of Comcast's battle to improve customer service isn't just getting cable guys to show up on time, it's tweeting back (kindly) at its haters.

Krispy Kreme, Dunkin' Donuts Giving Away Free Doughnuts on Friday

Krispy Kreme, Dunkin' Donuts Giving Away Free Doughnuts on Friday

The donut giants are hoping the annual promotion will help get customers into stores and spending more.

Starz Pushes 50 Cent's Second Season of 'Power' Amid Network's Resurgence

Starz Pushes 50 Cent's Second Season of 'Power' Amid Network's Resurgence

Starz is betting it can ride original programming like 50 Cent's 'Power' to overcome its image as a second-tier premium channel.