Citing disagreements over who has the right to see confidential carriage fee agreements, the Federal Communications Commission has paused its review of the proposed merger between AT&T and Dire
The $435 million pay-TV video encoder market is projected to reach more than $895 million by 2020, an increase of nearly 106%.
About 90 million households in the United States – more than 73% of all HHs -- subscribe to broadband at home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, a hefty potential market for over-the-top video services.
New research contends that over-the-top SVOD services have the strongest growth potential of any video media services, cannibalizing premium pay-TV services, especially among Millennials.
Audience measurement firm Kantar Media has acquired the audio watermarking unit of Civolution, strengthening the firm’s audience measurement technologies and opening up new and exciting opportuniti
While Verizon today reported Q3 earnings and revenues close to analysts’ forecasts (see below) much of the earnings call was spent talking about its plans for wireless LTE delivery of live video, a
Think the retransmission battle season was winding down? Think again. The latest splat pits satellite provider Dish Network against Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting.
On the heels of HBO and CBS announcements that they’ll offer direct-to-consumer online TV products, a new report shows that the trend toward consuming video online and on devices is surging.
No sooner had HBO last week announced it planned to offer an over-the-top version of its service, than speculation about how much it might charge began, running the gamut from a “Netflix killing $7
Location intelligence company AdNear has just wrapped up a $19 million funding round that it says will help it expand into new markets more quickly.
Being acquired by Telstra was a game-changing moment for Ooyala. Today, is another one of those moments.
Broadband access is ubiquitous across the United States, with 99% of Americans having access to fixed or wireless Internet services.
Out comes another brick from the walled garden of pay TV, as CBS today rolled out its new $6 per month “All Access” service that offers more than 6,500 TV episodes online – both current and older c
For a long time, analyst Craig Moffett was skeptical of cord-cutting, generally attributing it to unsteady economics and overzealous reporting of the rise of online video.
Around water coolers in the office, in coffee shops for lunch and at favorite watering holes this evening there’s not much doubt the focus of many conversations – especially for those of us in the
Netflix, which has been riding high on the market, got its comeuppance today after missing on its subscriber growth forecasts; the stock nose-dived more than 25% in after hours trading, slipping mo
HBO plans to launch an OTT service in the United States in 2015, targeting the growing number of broadband-only homes and, especially, younger subscribers.
Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes kicked off the company’s Investor Day with a promise that the company will continue to deliver strong earnings growth, hitting $6 EPS by 2016 and $8 by 2018
By 2020, it’s expected that more than 33 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, the equivalent of 4.3 devices for every person in the world.
More than 46 million households worldwide will subscribe to a 4K UHD pay-TV service by 2018, with those numbers increasing as more content becomes available and broadband speeds to homes continues
The global set-top box market rebounded slightly on the second quarter, with STB revenue and shipments both up… but the bounce is expected to be short lived.
File this in the “Geico” file (“everybody knows that”): comScore says 40% of U.S. households subscribe to a digital video service, with Netflix having the biggest share of that market (32%).