In today's spotlight, FierceOnlineVideo editor Josh Wein examines the ways cable is changing to compete with the online video industry.
Comcast became the first major pay TV distributor to launch an online video portal targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender subscribers with the debut on Monday of its Xfinity.com/LGBT TV Everywhere site.
Discovery Communications and Revision3 today announced the launch of a joint venture, TestTube, a digital video network geared toward scientific audiences.
Aereo, continuing its business-as-usual approach even as broadcasters and others try to shut it down, has announced a new pricing structure for its TV streaming service and said that it will launch in the Atlanta metro area beginning June 17.
About 27 percent of viewers say their favorite device for viewing online video content is a connected TV, the Interactive Advertising Bureau said Monday.
A substantial group of consumers, unhappy with decades of ill treatment by cable operators and not quite ready to leap to satellite, have been easy pickings for IPTV providers. Those salad days are probably over. To get to the next level of subscribers, IPTV providers need a ladder--or maybe a gimmick.
Netflix and Facebook have inked a deal that will let U.S. Netflix subscribers see each others' digital movie libraries and interact with one other on Facebook, including commenting on films and television shows.
Aereo said Monday that it has expanded its Internet video platform to parts of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Suddenlink Communications has joined the Netflix Open Connect content delivery network (CDN), which will allow it to deliver "super HD" movies and 3D content to its cable subscribers, Netflix spokesman Joris Elders told FierceCable Monday.
In today's spotlight, FierceOnlineVideo takes a look at increased competition between Amazon and Netflix for rights to TV series and movies.