Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
For anyone interested, streaming news is available in abundance. This year will see networks taking their news brands further over the top.
Fox News is taking a big step into the world of streaming with the planned launch of its own subscription VOD service called Fox Nation.
CBS All Access and Showtime OTT now have nearly 5 million combined subscribers.
CBS reported fourth-quarter revenues of $3.9 billion, which were up 11% thanks to growth in content licensing, distribution, affiliate and subscription fee revenues.
Verizon has announced that new and existing Fios customers who sign a two-year contract for a triple-play bundle will get a free year of Netflix.
The Walt Disney Company’s films and series are heading to China through a new streaming deal set with Alibaba’s SVOD Youku.
Hulu’s losses spiked 73% to $920 million as the joint venture spent aggressively on original content and launched a virtual MVPD service.
Viacom is planning to launch a direct-to-consumer video product by the end of its fiscal year.
Disney has at long last revealed the price of its upcoming ESPN+ direct-to-consumer streaming service, and it will cost $4.99 per month.
HBO Now has reportedly surpassed 5 million subscribers, tripling its previous annual rate of subscriber growth. Can its competitors keep pace?