Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Streaming services are popular in the United States, and consumers are taking up multiple SVODs to build their own channel bundles.
The BBC, ITV and Channel 4 are planning to ramp up investment in Freeview Play to continue shifting the service toward becoming a hybrid platform.
Amazon’s hunger for live sports continues unabated as the streamer just picked up a three-year TV rights deal for Premier League soccer.
U.S. streaming service Acorn TV will begin offering its service in Mexico on Roku devices.
Hulu today announced a major shakeup to its executive team and a restructuring of its business to focus on subscriber journey, technology & products, content and advertising.
U.S. SVODs like Amazon and Netflix have made it clear international markets are vital to growth, but it seems they’re not catching on in India.
Independent television studios not affiliated with a network are at risk as Netflix continues to sign up A-list talent, one analyst says.
A significant number of Hulu’s more than 20 million subscribers are paying for the more expensive limited-commercials option.
Starz is launching its STARZPLAY OTT service on Amazon Prime Video Channels in the U.K. and Germany.
Turner’s SVOD Boomerang—a streaming iteration of its cartoon-centric cable network—will add Android TV support and a full Spanish-language experience.