Cross-platform app development firm You.i TV has closed a new $23 million funding round led by Causeway Media Partners.
Verizon is reportedly considering expanding its partnership with Apple and Google to more of its pay TV and wireless subscribers.
Netflix is testing lower prices for its service in some international markets to better grow and compete with other local streaming services.
MVPDs had a rough go of it this quarter, and virtual MVPDs don’t seem to be picking up the slack as well as they had before.
Disney used its fourth-quarter investor call to talk extensively about Hulu, ESPN+ and its upcoming Disney-branded streaming service.
Disney’s media networks revenues for the quarter rose 9% to $6 billion, and segment operating income rose 4% to $1.5 billion.
Roku’s shift in focus from its device business to its platform is paying dividends in higher advertising revenue, and the company still has room to grow.
Discovery Inc. reported a massive 57% year-over-year revenue increase during the third quarter thanks largely to its acquisition of Scripps Networks.
On Wednesday's earnings call, Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen expounded on HBO and Cinemax going dark and accused AT&T of a “purely anticompetitive play.”
WarnerMedia’s VRV streaming service is continuing to add to its programming slate through recent deals done largely with other WarnerMedia properties.