Twitter has signed a livestreaming deal with NASCAR that will give users on the platform an inside-the-car view during races.

Disney’s upcoming branded streaming service will likely be priced around $5 per month in order to drive wider adoption.

Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. are among studios in talks with Comcast and Apple to offer premium video on demand (PVOD) movies for $30-$50 each.

Dish Network and Citadel Communications agreed to extend their contract until Aug. 23 to avoid a blackout of Providence, Rhode Island, ABC affiliate WLNE-TV.

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.

Sony announced 11 major market ABC affiliate deals for PlayStation Vue following FuboTV’s integration of a CBS Corp. deal in June.

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.