Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Priced at $16 per month, the service includes channels from cable programmers A+E, AMC, Discovery, Scripps and Viacom. And no sports, at least for now.
After a years-long rocky relationship, Amazon and Google are downright palling around now as the Amazon Prime Video app debuted for Android TV.
Hulu commercial-free subscribers who bought the service through iTunes will soon be able to start paying the same $11.99 per month that other subscribers to the service pay.
As 2018 approaches, FierceVideo is looking back at the stories that had the most impact over the past year.
A considerable strategic basis for the acquisition is the potential boost it will provide for Disney’s streaming video ambitions.
The media business, like any other industry, tends to loudly celebrate its victories and downplay its defeats. For any publicly traded company with shareholders’ interests in mind, that’s the way it should be.
Amazon and Netflix will charge up the OTT and streaming video market, which researchers predict will reach total global revenues of $120 billion by 2022.
Amazon and Samsung’s partnership on the HDR10+ standard has officially resulted in the entire Amazon Prime Video HDR catalog being updated to HDR10+.
Warner Bros. Korean entertainment SVOD DramaFever is the latest service to sign on as a channel partner with streaming hub VRV.
Almost six months after Amazon and Apple settled their differences and announced Prime Video was coming to Apple TV, the app was finally released.