SVOD players are changing the television landscape daily – not merely through siphoning eyeballs away from broadcast and cable TV, but through altering the entire Hollywood content production and e
WWE, which seven months ago switched distribution from pay-per view to an over-the-top service, added 31,000 new subscribers in the third quarter to enter Q4 with 731,000 customers.
Canadian pay-TV operator Bell Media is planning to launch a new subscription video on demand service in an effort to blunt Netflix’s continued advance in the Great White North.
Brightcove reported Q3 revenue of $31.5 million, up from $28.5 million Y/Y, and a non-GAAP loss of 3 cents per share, better than the 8 cents per share loss Wall Street expected.
Time Warner Cable missed both revenue and earnings in the third quarter, as programming costs increased, revenue from residential video declined and subscriber defections continued.
FCC Chief Tom Wheeler hasn’t exactly been a shrinking violet when it comes to over-the-top video, net neutrality and the role the Commission should be playing.
NBCUniversal’s Syfy, DIVA and Universal channels will be available via TV Everywhere to authenticated users using multiple devices in Taiwan, according to published reports.
Americans increasingly are abandoning their legacy pay-TV services, looking to Broadband instead, a new report from The Diffusion Group says.
Charter Communications reported Q3 revenue of $2.29 billion, up 8% from a year ago and in line with Wall Street’s expectations, but recorded a loss $53 million, or 49 cents per share, 56 cents wors
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a federal court complaint against AT&T Mobility alleging the company misled millions of its smartphone customers, charging them for “unlimited” data plans
While the TV set is expected to be the main source of entertainment viewing through 2020, smartphone use for video viewing in expected to soar, nearly doubling the numbers of users worldwide.
Fueled by a new commitment from content owners, broadcasters and operators – and an easing of data caps -- the Australian online video market is booming, with 83% of Australian Internet users 15-65
Programmatic advertising has steadily gained traction in the market, but a decision by drug company Zicam may give it the shot in the arm it needs to break out.
The battle between Time Warner Cable, Cablevision and Verizon FiOS for dominance in the five boroughs of New York City has heated up to the point that Verizon now is offering a free year of Netflix
Hot on the heels of a pretty lackluster Q3 earnings report last week, Amazon today is rolling out a new product, the Amazon Fire TV Stick, that’s going to heat up the streaming media device market.
Could Roku be getting ready to float an IPO?
Americans watch more non-linear video each week than they do traditional linear video, research shows.
Earlier this month, BSkyB filed papers that it had invested an additional $700,000 in streaming media STB company Roku… turns out that was just the tip of a pretty big investment round for the mont
Americans 18-34 years old spend more time online at home on a daily basis than they do watching TV, new consumer research says.
AMC Network’s $200 million deal to acquire just less than half of BBC America is a good indication of just how much tougher it has become to grow organically in the pay-TV ecosystem.
The global pay-TV market is closing in on 1 billion subscribers, and is forecast to end 2014 just 80 million shy of the benchmark number.