Apple is finally ready to take the covers off its video streaming service next week. Ahead of the launch, new details are emerging.
Comcast’s new Xfinity Flex offers a platform for streaming services. But similar experiences are available on inexpensive streaming devices.
Amazon is adding the MLB.TV streaming service to its Prime Video Channels lineup, giving users the ability to sign up for the service on Amazon’s platform.
The Walt Disney Company has taken ownership of several 21st Century Fox entertainment assets. Now, the company is full steam ahead on streaming.
The National Basketball Association is partnering with YouTube to launch a new channel in sub-Saharan Africa that will feature live NBA games.
Hulu’s pricing changes took hold recently, and the shift should help the platform’s advertising revenues grow exponentially over the next few years.
Facebook continues tinkering with its co-viewing Watch Party platform and is now experimenting with some live TV features.
Cinedigm has agreed to buy AVOD channel network and OTT platform Future Today for $45 million in cash and $15 million in Cinedigm common stock.
HTC’s Viveport, the app marketplace for the company’s virtual reality goggles, announced pricing for its upcoming Viveport Infinity unlimited VR subscription…
AT&T’s full DirecTV satellite TV packages are now available as streaming options on the DirecTV Now website. But they raise a lot of questions.