Verizon’s promised mobile video service may be an ad-based model that eschews subscriptions, according to CFO Fran Shammo.
Brazil will be getting a new OTT product this summer, with plans to expand the platform – known as InfiniTV – to Latin America and then globally, according to published reports.
Muiltiscreen video tech company Quickplay has secured $57 million (Canadian) in growth capital from private equity owner Madison Dearborn Partners, financing part
Four months after reports said Nielsen would begin measuring viewership of Netflix and Amazon prime content, the TV ratings service this week said it will start offering its metrics by the middle o
The battle of the dongles and streaming boxes rages on, this time with Amazon upgrading its Amazon Fire TV Stick and its streaming set-top box, Fire TV.
Despite being pressured by over-the-top and subscription video services, the worldwide pay TV market grew at a steady rate of 4% in 2014 to reach 923.5 million subscribers.
Ooyala hosted its second annual Asia Pacific & Japan Partner Summit in Singapore earlier this month, attracting more
The Q4 2014 Australian Multiscreen report released this week shows more tablets and smartphones in use, with younger viewers spending more time watching Internet video, and Australians in general w
In this edition of On the Record, Videomind caught up with Rags Gupta, general manager of Ooyala EMEA and former chief commercial offiicer of Videoplaza, an Ooyala company and Europe's leading ad t
Digital ad spend will drive a 4.6% increase in global ad spend to $540 billion despite 2015 being bereft of the major events in 2014, like the FIFA World Cup, Winter Olympics and mid-term elections
Consumers in Germany and Austria are about to discover the joys of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, which goes on sale there this week.
The NFL says it will offer digital rights to one regular season football game this year, taking a big step into Cloud TV as it looks for ways to avoid being sacked by the continued erosion of tradi
Changing viewing habits and increased reliance on burgeoning Cloud TV offerings is creating a major shift in North American media industry revenues, a new study says.
Don’t miss Tuesday’s webinar, Inside the Numbers, where we take a deeper dive into the Q4 2014 Video Index.
Turn out the lights, the party’s over in Canada. Regulators in the Great White North are mandating that pay-TV operators offer a la carte programming to the hoi polloi. The big question?
Were you surprised by the latest rumors that Apple is getting ready to launch a Cloud TV offering?
The long odyssey of Portuguese pay-TV provider Cabovisão continues, with the country’s cable operator back on the market for the third time since 2006.
Bell Media’s CraveTV is having a busy year signing up partners to offer the $4/month streaming service, which it rolled out in December and describes as a service “designed to complement the tradit
Bundle? What bundle?
4k resolution displays are here today and surprisingly affordable.
Forecasts say there will be 2 billion smartphones in use globally by the end of this year and estimate that 83% of Internet usage will be from mobile devices.