Viacom’s fiscal fourth-quarter revenues rose 3% to $3.32 billion overall despite flat domestic advertising and lower affiliate revenues.
Time Inc.’s Sports Illustrated TV streaming video on demand service is ready for launch and will debut Nov. 16 on Amazon Channels.
Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today.
Windstream struck a partnership to carry AT&T’s DirecTV Now service to its consumer segment during the quarter.
Verizon will start using Qwilt's open-caching solution as a content and application delivery platform, hoping to network performance.
Fullscreen’s short run as a subscription video on demand service is officially coming to an end early next year.
Amazon reps have shot down an Ad Age report that the tech giant is developing an ad-supported video platform.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has hired former Amblin Partners CEO and Turner alum Michael Wright as president of Epix as of Dec. 4.
After almost a year of promises, a streaming bundle of entertainment-only cable networks is now a reality. Philo launched today, priced at $16/month.
Philo is launching a new entertainment-only streaming service featuring networks from A+E, AMC, Discovery and other strategic investors.