AT&T has acquired control of Otter Media, its joint venture with the Chernin Group focused on digital video. Financial details were not disclosed.
The Walt Disney Company posted fiscal third-quarter earnings marked by increases in revenues and net income despite declines at BAMTech and Hulu.
Discovery CEO David Zaslav has said many times that big, expensive channel bundles are hurting the U.S. television market. But he’s seeing change now.
Discovery Inc.’s second-quarter net income fell 42% to $216 million, down from $374 million one year ago.
The cord-cutting problem wasn’t solved overnight, but several encouraging signs for pay TV operators popped up during the most recent quarter.
Altice USA turned in its second-quarter results and showed that its video subscriber losses have declined since last year.
CBS originally set 2020 as a deadline for its streaming services All Access and Showtime to have 8 million combined subscribers. That has changed.
Hulu is closing out what should be a big second quarter, one featuring the second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” But mobile results may vary.
AMC Networks’ second-quarter net revenue rose 7.2% to $761 million thanks in large part to a significant jump in international revenues.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan is in charge of a growing slate of streaming services, and with that comes more exposure to higher levels of subscriber churn.