Yet another report is predicting liner TV viewing will nosedive in coming years as more consumers turn to online and mobile video for their entertainment.
More viewers are switching to content not supported by advertising, creating more problems for traditional content companies as well as for the segment of the entertainment industry – specifically
After a rocky start that saw lackluster subscriber numbers and depressed revenue, WWE shared some big news last week in its earnings call announcing that it finally had cracked the 1 million subscr
AT&T is offering consumers its first new deal since acquiring DirecTV, a $200-a-month combo of HD programming on up to four TVs, unlimited talk and text on four smartphones and 10 gigabytes of
Turns out it’s not just pay-TV operators who are struggling with a churning subscriber base; a new report says subscribers to over-the-top services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Instant Video
More news that the traditional TV business is troubled as Japan’s Sharp Corp.
In this week's Videomind podcast , Hack and Flack discuss the week's top TV and media news and trends, including a look at just how dismal Q2 was for pay-TV operators, how Netflix and its line up o
Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus left no doubt about where he believes the pay-TV industry is heading, noting during this morning’s second-quarter earnings call that the pending acquisition of TWC
Unlike their American cousins, BT had a strong Q2 in terms of adding new TV customers and revenue.
You know the 10 million additional potential customers HBO hoped to reach in the United States with its over-the-top play, HBO Now?
Eager to be one of the chosen for Verizon’s beta test of its Go90 mobile TV service?
“Technology is the most disruptive force that so-called traditional media is facing,” Disney CEO Bob Iger told CNBC’ Squawk Box today.
It was only a few years ago that we – as an industry – had as our goal the delivery of online video to the living room. Well, been there, done that, a new study says.
About 25% of British and a whopping 48% of Australian consumers have accessed some online films illegally (compared to 21% and 33% respectively for TV programs), but legal streaming levels have soa
In this edition of On the Record, Ooyala's Jonathan Wilner, vice president, products and strategic planning, takes time out to discuss one of his favorite topics: sports video.
More than 20% of the $49.5 billion in Internet advertising -- $10.1 billion – was bought using programmatic ad technology, a new study said.
Late last week, rumors emerged that Hulu was considering adding an ad-free option to its streaming service.
Further consolidation in the pay-TV set-top box sector as U.K.-based Amino Technologies has conditionally purchased one of its competitors in the space, U.S.-based Entone.
French satellite company SES is partnering with U.S. cable operator Armstrong on a live and linear Ultra HD (UHD) architecture.