After a two-and-a-half-year absence, Viacom channels will return to the Suddenlink Communications program guide.
FuboTV has added a new “Lookback” feature that will allow its subscribers to go back and watch programming from the previous three days.
As Twitter accelerates its original programming plans, the social media platform is also apparently adding Apple TV support to its iOS app.
NBC and CBS can both lay claim to victories for the 2016-2017 television season.
Facebook has reportedly signed deals for video content with a number of publishers including BuzzFeed, Vox, Discovery’s Group Nine Media, ATTN and others.
The revival of “Twin Peaks,” which premiered last Sunday, has helped Showtime dramatically boost signups for its OTT streaming service.
Hulu CTO Tian Lim says taking on all the challenges associated with live TV and redesigning Hulu’s platform has been extremely challenging.
Amazon has reportedly put off plans to launch a livestreamed, virtual pay TV service and is instead focusing on its aggregated “Channels” platform.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said chopping down “Game of Thrones” episodes to 20 minutes would make them easier to consume on mobile.
Amazon today announced the launch of Amazon Channels in the U.K. and Germany.