Amazon invested more than $1.3 billion in its Prime Instant Video service in 2014, and with good reason: It pays big dividends for the company.
The Nickelodeon network will join HBO, CBS and Showtime in offering its content over the top to consumers without requiring they have a subscription to cable TV.
Lexus has created more than 1,000 30-second video ads for its latest campaign, planning to target niche audiences on Facebook using data from the social media site to help target ads to users, acco
Time Warner Cable, Comcast’s merger in waiting, reported it lost 38,000 video customers in Q4 2014, and also missed earnings and revenue expectations.
Last January, WWE announced it was switching distribution from pay-per vi
With “Deflategate” firmly in the rearview mirror, can we move on to some more important news? Like the NFL finally pushing some content to its new YouTube channel?
This week, Dish Network’s newest product, Sling TV is set to begin limited ov
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or, in this case, was it the streaming device or streaming media?
Colombian pay-TV subscriptions topped 8 million in 2014, an increase of 4.3% since the end of 2013, according to new figures from BB Business Bureau’s latest Market Estimates report.
Hong Kong broadcaster Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) has tapped Elemental Technologies to process and manage live linear broadcast channels in real time for its over-the-top (OTT) content deli
Operator Cablevision is launching a WiFi phone that will take advantage of the 1.1 million hotspots the company already has deployed in the New York metro area, and will offer users unlimited data
Streaming VOD company Wuaki.tv, which has been fighting for users in Spain and the United Kingdom, is planning to expand its service to 15 additional European markets in 2015.
The cost of sports programming continues to rise, but the cost to pay-TV providers that don’t have it all can be fatal.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo, during a Q&A with analysts during the company’s earnings call, said the telco would be launching its over-the-top mobile first video product sometime this summer, and p
Does Dish’s Sling TV, the $20 a month “Millennial Catcher” announced at CES this month, have a future? Netflix CEO Reed Hastings thinks so.
A new study says digital will be the fastest growing ad spend in 2015, helping to drive a 3.2% increase in overall ad spending in the United States to $186.6 billion.
When Amazon launched its Prime Instant Video service in 2011 with just 5,000 movie and TV title, the announcement was downplayed by pundits as a “me, too” bid by the giant etailer.
DirecTV is bumping up the price of its NFL Sunday Ticket plans, according to published reports, putting the price of the basic package to $252, a 5% increase, and it Sunday Ticket Max plan to $354,
CBS and the NFL have agreed to partner on at least one more season of NFL Thursday Night football in 2015, after last year's experiment paid big dividends for the league and network.
Streaming media companies Netflix and YouTube claimed two of the top three spots in this year’s YouGov Brand Index, with Amazon – which is a streaming service in its own right – scoring the top spo
Netflix shares got a boost today pre-market as analyst Cowen upgraded its expectations of the company to “out perform” based on strong user survey results and, not surprisingly, the streamer’s plan
Some interesting reading is about to be added to the Federal Communications Commissions file on the review of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.