CDN provider Limelight is confident it will be able to get its share of video traffic from content providers migrating to a multi-CDN configuration.
Amazon has reportedly put off plans to launch a livestreamed, virtual pay TV service and is instead focusing on its aggregated “Channels” platform.
Two weeks after launching its live TV product—which is still in beta—Hulu is updating its platform with several new features.
Amazon today announced the launch of Amazon Channels in the U.K. and Germany.
Programming costs are too prohibitive to render a nationally streamed skinny bundle of channels profitable, Comcast's CFO said.
Sling Media today rolled out its SlingStudio multicamera production and live video broadcasting system after announcing the product last month at NAB.
Facebook is currently testing products that can help its users find more local news on its platform.
At Streaming Media East last week in New York, the question of parity between online video and broadcast was tiptoed around.
Turner CEO John Martin said that YouTube TV politely declined Turner’s offer to let the virtual MVPD carry its channels including CNN, TBS and TNT.
Major League Baseball and Facebook have come to official terms on a deal that will give Facebook rights to air live one game per week.