Hulu has begun sending out invites to a beta test for its upcoming live TV service.
Super Bowl LI will livestream for free, but this year the stream will feature local ads.
Intel technologies help sports referees make the right call with fast, high-quality specialized video replay systems.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson scoffed at the idea that AT&T and Time Warner would need to spin off CNN in order to push through their $85 billion merger…
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The Kudelski Group’s OpenTV subsidiary has another patent infringement suit cooking, and this one is being served to NFL Enterprises.
The retrans impasse between News-Press & Gazette and DirecTV continues as the broadcaster is now accusing the provider of refusing to negotiate.
Sony confirmed that CEO Michael Lynton will leave the company on Feb. 2 and take on the role of chairman of the board at Snap, the company that runs Snapchat.
Altice USA is directing Optimum customers in Connecticut impacted by a blackout of Meredith-owned CBS affiliate WFSB-TV 3 to purchase CBS All Access.
Netflix will announce its fourth-quarter results on Wednesday but for now, the company’s stock is enjoying a surge due in part to upbeat subscriber forecasts.
Viacom International Media Networks has purchased a minority stake in Ananey Communications Group, a TV content producer based in Israel.