YouTube is still grappling with how to ensure advertisers on its platform don’t get matched up with content they deem unsuitable or inappropriate.
Dish Network and its vMVPD Sling TV are the latest to join up with Comscore’s ongoing beta trial for its new Campaign Ratings ad measurement platform.
U.S. adults spend more than 10 hours a day consuming media—about half of that watching TV and other video.
Verizon’s traditional pay TV service is getting a substantial update, dubbed Fios TV One, including a new voice remote and Netflix integration.
Cable One wants a new name to reflect its business that’s evolved beyond just cable television, so it’s switching things up and going with Sparklight.
AT&T’s WarnerMedia revealed the three-tier service structure for its streaming product, and an industry analyst sees the plan as a big mistake.
Verizon’s media business Oath—comprising the combined businesses of AOL and Yahoo—is bracing for some more bad news, this time in the form of a massive write-…
All of the votes are in for FierceVideo’s 2018 most powerful person in video readers’ poll, and we now have a winner: Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.
It’s been about one week since we kicked off voting and now it’s down to the finals: Comcast’s Brian Roberts versus Amazon Studios’ Jennifer Salke.
Reddit doesn’t typically get lumped in with massive internet video platforms, but that will change if the website continues growing its video traffic.