Amazon and Discovery today officially launched Food Network Kitchen, a streaming app that combines live cooking classes with hands-free controls.
When Disney+ launches on Nov. 12, Verizon’s unlimited wireless and in-home internet subscribers will get a year of the service free of charge.
Roku is strengthening its OTT ad proposition to marketers by acquiring dataxu, a demand-side advertising platform, in a deal valued at $150 million.
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Charter has found another media ally in its fight against online video piracy, enlisting Fox to fight online video piracy and password sharing.
Comscore also today announced that it will be the measurement provider for Tegna’s Premion local OTT ad service.
Comcast and Viacom are the latest media companies to join the fight against piracy by falling in with the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment.
AT&T TV Now – formerly DirecTV Now – is raising prices for its streaming television service for the second time this year.
Quibi, an upcoming mobile-first streaming service, has found a logical distribution partner in T-Mobile.
For now, it looks like Netflix and everyone else still have space to grow.