Bleacher Report Live’s stream of Friday’s golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson did not go as planned, and operators are issuing refunds.

AT&T has reason to be concerned about the health of its satellite TV business, but DirecTV isn’t going away anytime soon.

A federal appeals court has denied attempts by Comcast and Charter to dismiss lawsuits claiming violations of the Civil Rights Act.

As Disney and WarnerMedia plot big direct-to-consumer product launches for 2019, Viacom is assuming a role as a content supplier for streaming services.

Makan Delrahim questioned the effectiveness of behavioral conditions amid mounting antitrust concerns over the Comcast-NBCUniversal merger.

Pay TV providers of all kinds continue to shed subscribers each quarter, all against the backdrop of a continually expanding streaming market.

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.