The percentage of U.S. homes that get their live TV channels exclusively through over-the-air antennas has proliferated like, well, rabbit ears. 

ABI Research predicts live linear OTT video services will grow to about $7 billion in global revenue by 2021, up from about $1 billion in 2016.

Comcast has agreed to a new program licensing agreement with Univision that includes 17 broadcast TV stations and the Galavision cable channel.

According to a new Strategy Analytics report, HBO Now ranks highest for customer satisfaction in 11 of 14 categories among SVOD services.

Sony is reportedly listening to multiple pitches from parties interested in buying the company’s film and TV business.

According to eMarketer, a mere 300,000 U.S. pay-TV households cut the cord in 2016.

Canada’s top pay-TV operators are following through on a set-top energy-efficiency plan that has already proven successful in the U.S.

The AirTV is apparently shipping without the OTA channel and Netflix integration it promised, and customers are not happy.

NBC Sports’ regional networks have signed a deal with MLBAM to stream local market MLB games, as well as pre- and postgame shows.