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.
The EPIX TV Everywhere app is coming to Amazon Fire TV.
NEW YORK—Broadcast television and online video are moving closer toward parity, but latency is still a big hurdle to overcome.
Joe Inzerillo, executive vice president and CTO for BAMTech, urged caution with open-source video codecs.
Startup Pluto TV has carved deals with Lionsgate, MGM and Warner Bros. and will add a VOD library of archival titles from these studios to its ad-supported…
Tubi TV said its free subscription model and analytics will set it apart from the competition in the crowded subscription video on demand space.
Hulu CTO Tian Lim said that Hulu’s just-launched live TV service—which is still in beta—is off to a smooth start and has yet to experience any large-scale…
NEW YORK—The future of TV is dependent on how video apps and OTT services can evolve to address consumer demands.