Topic: streaming online video
A new multiyear film licensing agreement between Hulu and six-year-old Annapurna Pictures is the largest one Hulu has entered into, ever.
Google’s new live TV skinny bundle, YouTube TV, arrived Wednesday in five major U.S. markets: Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
Seeking to keep up with rivals like DirecTV and Dish, Verizon is preparing its own internet-delivered TV service, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Amazon Channels today announced the launch of Heera, a new SVOD compiling Indian TV and films for U.S. viewers.
Netflix finally cancels "Marco Polo" after swallowing $200 million loss on original period drama.
As Amazon launches its own international expansion, Netflix is busy locking down local content to better compete in international markets.
Bob Bowman, who led the development of one of the hottest tech companies in sports, is stepping down from his role as CEO of BAMTech.
Verizon Digital Media Services CRO Ralf Jacob will take over as president of the unit, following the move of longtime Verizon executive Bob Toohey to the conglomerate’s AOL division.
CBS Corp. has launched a commercial-free version of its SVOD platform CBS All Access.
The BBC's digital video service, iPlayer, may not yet be in the U.S., but once it gets here -- if it gets here, rather than as a differently packaged subscription service -- it could have a feature that no other major OTT provider has: subtitles on live-streamed content.