Philo is launching a new entertainment-only streaming service featuring networks from A+E, AMC, Discovery and other strategic investors.
Amazon is developing free-to-consumer, ad-supported video service, Ad Age reports, citing unnamed ad agency sources.
Having shed nearly 400,000 linear pay-TV customers in the third quarter, AT&T has cut prices for some of its DirecTV and U-verse packages.
ESPN starting today will kick off a twice-daily version of its SportsCenter franchise on Snapchat.
Cox Communications has quietly rolled out the integration of Netflix into the latest generation of its Contour video system.
Epix is young compared to its premium network competitors like HBO and Showtime. The network launched in 2009, and that youthful scrappiness shows in its…
Virtual MVPD operator FuboTV has announced the addition of Boston regional sports channel NESN to its Fubo Premier base package.
Disney CEO Bob Iger wouldn’t reveal specifics about pricing for the ESPN or Disney branded streaming services launching soon.
Finishing the third quarter with 52.77 million subscribers in the U.S., Netflix is the biggest OTT service in the country, according Parks Associates.
Hulu is claiming it’s the first U.S. SVOD to launch an app for the Nintendo Switch, putting it out ahead of competitors including Amazon and Netflix.