Verizon has quietly integrated Netflix into its Fios pay TV set tops.
Imagine Communications announced that CEO Charlie Vogt is stepping down and that Tom Cotney will replace him as CEO, effective immediately.
Local television advertising revenues could total $20.8 billion next year, according to BIA/Kelsey’s U.S. Local Advertising Forecast.
Almost six months after Amazon and Apple settled their differences and announced Prime Video was coming to Apple TV, the app was finally released.
With aging technology and no CBS deal, the original vMVPD service faces an uncertain future in a crowded market.
An increasing number of OTT households are purchasing more than one service.
Amazon and Google are not getting along right now, and that rocky relationship has resulted in YouTube being pulled from Amazon Echo Show and Fire TV devices.
Facebook is reportedly building a large war chest to go after streaming sports rights and looking to hire an executive to find those streaming deals.
Charter has been caught on record admitting last year that the regime never really hurt its business.
Discovery Communications is shelling out $70 million to raise its stake in Oprah Winfrey’s OWN cable channel from 45% to 70%.