Dish Network has inked a new Retail Partner Program deal with INCOMPAS, the internet and competitive networks association.
Comcast last Friday moved Turner Classic Movies to its Sports Entertainment add-on package, a move that angered several subscribers.
With the streaming wars intensifying, the “aggregation wars” are poised for greater activity as well: everyone wants a piece of this pie.
AT&T has reportedly been approached by private equity firm Apollo about a potential deal to spin off DirecTV and combine it with Dish Network.
Lionsgate is considering plans to turn premium channels Starz and Encore into a separate company that could shoulder some of the studio’s debt load.
The traditional pay TV channel bundle is fragmenting and regional sports networks could be at risk of falling through the cracks.
Movies Anywhere, a digital movie service run by Disney, has a new partner in Verizon Fios.
In recent years, a number of factors have shifted the video services landscape, including the introduction and explosive growth of OTT services.
Streaming TV services like AT&T TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now) could soon be considered “effective competition” for cable operators like Charter.
Consumer Reports did some digging into individual cable bills, and has concluded that cable customers on average are hit with $450 per year in hidden fees.