Sinclair Broadcast Group has signed up its network affiliates to be carried in their respective markets when YouTube TV launches in those markets.

AT&T’s $85 billion merger deal with Time Warner has reportedly entered the late stages of its approval process at the Department of Justice.

Livestreaming sports content is already abundant but soon, three huge media companies—CBS, ESPN and Turner—will go head-to-head with separate services.

With the U.S. in the grips of solar eclipse fever, Tegna is teaming with The Weather Channel to provide nationwide coverage of the event on Aug. 21.

Turner announced it is launching a standalone sports streaming service, which will serve to house a number of UEFA matches Turner has secured.

Amazon Prime members in Germany and Austria will soon have access to live Bundesliga football thanks to a new deal with Discovery’s Eurosport.

Roku has begun cracking down on noncertified channels with pirated video content, alerting users that Roku can remove the channels without prior notice.

Nielsen will begin crediting video content distributed on Facebook, Hulu and YouTube in Digital Content Ratings.

House Democrats sent a letter to the FCC chairman regarding reports that certain FCC actions have been made with “preferential treatment” of Sinclair.