Topic: streaming online video
This weekend CBS is stepping more fully into a new frontier: The company plans to premiere a new Star Trek show.
Vimeo is doubling down on its pro maker market with the introduction of a livestreaming service.
Each quarter seems to further solidify the shift toward digital platforms, as companies continue to provide updates on their evolving strategies.
CBS announced that it will soon launch a 24/7 livestreaming sports product and also expand availability of its All Access live OTT product to Canada.
UBS analyst Doug Mitchelson has downplayed the impact of Charter’s decision to leave ESPN out of the base tier of its new livestreamed skinny bundle.
The CW's upcoming reboot of "Dynasty" will be distributed internationally by Netflix, the latest global deal by the still-scaling streaming service.
Justwatch aims to simplify the distribution of streaming video that has increasingly dispersed across SVOD and transactional platforms.
Starz said its app now works on select Samsung smart TVs, a move by the media company to further expand the reach of its direct-to-consumer programming.
Warner Bros. said it plans to cash in on the current success of the superhero genre with a “DC-branded direct-to-consumer digital service in 2018.”
Pocket.watch today announced that it partnered with HobbyKidsTV, a family of 10 YouTube channels that count roughly 200 million views each month.