The DOJ is challenging a court’s decision to allow the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger, and now it could be getting a small assist from the FCC.

Verizon revealed plans to package YouTube TV and Apple TV with 5G service and reconfirmed it has no intention of battling AT&T on original content.

Disney needs to sell Fox’s regional sports networks as part of its $71.3 billion deal for the company, and some big digital players may be in the mix.

Devices like Apple TV that support 4K playback, while networks like Epix have 4K content. But the process of connecting those dots is complicated.

Roku today announced expanded availability of its free, ad-supported streaming channel, which can now be accessed via browsers on PCs, smartphones and tablets.

Viacom has ramped up its production of content for streaming services, and the company has high hopes for the business.

21st Century Fox just turned in its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and stamped the results with a big 18% rise in revenues to $7.94 billion.

Disney’s streaming empire is expanding, with its branded SVOD due next year, ESPN+ already in the market and majority ownership of Hulu around the corner.