Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today.
The SRT Alliance, an open-source initiative focused on developing methods for low-latency video streaming, has released version 1.3 of the SRT video transport…
Disney’s plans to pull content from Netflix stirred discussion, but one analyst says losing 21st Century Fox content will be a bigger blow.
Hulu is finally bringing its newly revamped UI and livestreaming TV service to Roku devices, plugging a considerable hole in device compatibility.
Comcast has confirmed that it will no longer be producing original content for its OTT platform Watchable and is looking to downsize the platform.
DirecTV Now has launched local CBS and CW stations in 70% of U.S. TV markets, said AT&T, operator of the virtual MVPD platform.
FuboTV announced that it’s adding access to live local Fox stations in 12 markets, and adding a live feed of the Fox broadcast network in another 37.
Both NBCUniversal and Viacom have separately announced new partnerships with Cisco, NBCU for its IP migration and Viacom for updates to its U.S. video delivery…
Vimeo is doubling down on its pro maker market with the introduction of a livestreaming service.
Arris is quietly developing its own toolset to compete with TiVo to create ready-made advanced TV solutions for Tier 2 cable operators in the U.S.