Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
CBS All Access, the network’s subscription streaming service, has finally made good on its promise to launch in Canada.
Netflix plans to raise $1.5 billion through a bond offering and said it will use the proceeds for general corporate purposes, including new content.
Amazon Prime has locked up a five-year deal for live telecast rights in the United Kingdom and Ireland for the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
AT&T is reportedly planning to launch a new $15-per-month streaming service called AT&T Watch that doesn’t feature any sports content.
Crunchyroll, an anime subscription streaming service run by Ellation, is making its first jump onto linear television in Brazil this weekend.
Netflix has long been a major and faithful customer of Amazon Web Services but reports suggest the SVOD is experimenting with rival Google Cloud.
After announcing an expanded collaboration between Comcast and Netflix, the cable operator is beginning to market the SVOD service in its bundles.
After first-quarter results that beat Wall Street expectations, Netflix is thinking about more price hikes, but not any time soon.
ESPN’s brand-new subscription streaming service, ESPN+, is coming to Roku streaming devices and Roku TVs only a few days after its initial launch last week.
Netflix has once again kept the pedal to the metal on subscriber additions, bringing in 7.41 million net new subscribers, well ahead of its 6.35 million net adds forecast for the first quarter.