Canadian telco Bell says its IPTV offering has reached a milestone: One million customers.
After years of strong growth – in the range of 220,000 new subs each year from 2007 to 2011 – Canadian operators saw cord cutting increase 631% between 2013 and 2014.
Irish fixed and mobile broadband provider Digiweb has tapped Cloudio TV to deliver a new cross-device TV service.
Comcast’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable is far from a done deal.
There’s never been a more exciting time to be in the OTT business.
Consumption of mobile video – especially among Millennials and Gen Edge users who often see the screen as their first and sometimes only choice -- has doubled over the past year and grown more than
The TV industry’s twice annual pilgrimage to Cannes, France clashed with NAB this year, but many still headed down to th
The big stick – the antenna masts scattered across the landscape of the world – have always defined TV and radio broadcasters.
There are some big numbers coming in for the streaming video industry this year, according to researcher Ovum, which is forecasting the number of consumers subscribing to premium video services wil
More U.S. consumers are spending more cash on online video services like Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime Instant Video, new research shows.
Fixed broadband subscriptions globally, driven by fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and DOCSIS 3.0 technologies, are forecast to near 1 billion in 2019.
CBS All Access, the Eye Network’s OTT play it launched in October, is expanding its live linear feed to 56 new markets, up from the 14 network-owned stations it initially debuted with.
Are you ready to rumble? Dish Network and its Sling TV OTT service apparently are, offering its new HBO deal to subscribers starting today, ahead of its announced Saturday launch.
Akamai has acquired multicast video technology specialist Octoshape in an all-cash deal that gives Akamai more insight into optimizing streaming – and especially live streaming -- for over-the-top
Netflix this week said it had reached a milestone of sorts, tweeting that it had streamed more than 10 billion hours of content in the first quarter of 2015.
Ooyala earlier this month hosted a breakfast forum in London that attracted a range of video professionals from across the United Kingdom.
For Amazon Prime users in the United States, free expedited shipping remains a bigger draw than unlimited online video, a new report says.
At least for the moment.
In a move that would be the first step for French media company Vivendi toward becoming a global media and content powerhouse – and quickly quiet activist shareholders upset over its strategy – the