There may be some life left in the global TV set industry after all.
First, the bad news: There still is no long-term deal between CBS and Dish Network in their ongoing retransmission fee talks.
Premium entertainment cable channel Epix is launching on Google Chromecast. The premium movie channel -- a joint venture between Viacom, its Paramount Pictures u
The European OTT market, driven by lower technology costs and an increasing demand for content of all sorts, is likely to see strong growth over the next three years.
Google Fiber is launching in a pair of Austin neighborhoods next month, kicking off its drive to turn the city into its third 1 GB equipped market, and this week unveiled pricing plans.
Last month, Verizon offered potential customers in New York City a free year of Netflix service and a $150 gift card if they signed up for FiOS Triple Play bundle.
More than 103 million U.S.
Netflix’s boilerplate in its contracts with French subscribers has prompted a French consumer-protection group to sue the company.
Cricket’s 2015 World Cup event may become ESPN’s first subscription video offering that doesn’t require viewers to also subscribe to a pay-TV service.
Much ado last week over a report that Amazon is planning to launch an ad-supported video service that would be floated in addition to its Prime Instant Video service, which is part of its $99 a yea
CBS and Dish Network have temporarily averted a blackout on the satellite TV operator’s system, but it’s really too early to call this one a done deal.
Alas, poor Aereo, I knew it well.
Add Samsung to the ranks of streaming video providers trying to capture a share of the Millennial viewing audience.
Over-the-top video revenues are forecast to exceed $10 billion in 2018, up 72% from the $5.8 billion they’re expected to reach this year.
Pay-TV continues to increase penetration in the United Kingdom and in Germany, new research shows, with the U.K.
Just starting your holiday shopping? If so, you might want to check out Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, which the e-tailer is calling its fastest-selling Amazon device ever.
The APAC region could see $1.2 trillion of GDP growth and up to 35 million new jobs by 2020 as broadband connectivity continues to accelerate.
Oft-criticized Nielsen will next month begin measuring viewership on subscription video on demand (SVOD) service, peeking behind what has, so far, been a curtain of secrecy and self-reporting for s
Oscar Wilde wrote: “I can resist everything except temptation.” Boy, did he have me pegged.
Seventeen companies from the online video ecosystem – including service providers, content owners and an array of technology vendors – have banded together to form the Streaming Video Alliance, des
Nearly 65% of all mobile subscriptions in North America are for mobile phones, with about 80% of users saying they access streaming video on the devices, sometimes everyday.
The number of fixed broadband subscriber in the United States continues to inch closer to the number of pay-TV subscribers, as Internet TV and over-the-top video services continue to gain traction