Today, Amazon became the latest company to introduce a DVR device for recording free over-the-air broadcast channels.
21st Century Fox and Comcast will have a busy weekend as the two engage in an auction to determine the winner of U.K. pay TV operator Sky.
Disney’s sports streaming service ESPN+ is building an audience at a healthy clip. The service has already amassed 1 million subscribers.
It’s been about one year since Hulu beta launched its new web experience built around live TV, and the company has changed a lot about it since then.
Sascha Prüter, chief product officer at Vewd, knows that OTT is growing. But that doesn’t mean it will overpower and eradicate traditional TV.
AlphaNetworks has closed a $10 million funding round to help get its blockchain-based entertainment platform off the ground by Q2 of 2019.
Ericsson is pushing back the close date for the spinoff of its media solutions business, MediaKind, to the end of 2018.
The annual IBC Show has officially wrapped for 2018, but the trends that emerged at the event will continue resonating across the industry.
RDK Management has a plan to make it easier for pay TV service providers to build and launch apps for RDK set-top boxes.
Intel’s immersive video production system True View has found a home in two more NFL stadiums in Atlanta and Nashville, Tennessee.