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.
ABC has signed on for Nielsen's national out-of-home reporting service.
YouTube is building out its executive team for original programming hub YouTube Red by bringing on two veteran execs from WGN America and Fox Broadcasting.
Turner announced it is launching a standalone sports streaming service, which will serve to house a number of UEFA matches Turner has secured.
Verizon has announced the hiring of former CBS alternative programming chief Chris Castallo for its mobile video programming service Go90.
Matt Cherniss, former president at WGN America, is joining Apple as the company continues to ramp up its push into original programming.
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.