BELD Internet, a small broadband provider in Massachusetts, is joining the ranks of operators who have given up on selling cable television.

AT&T’s current retransmission consent dispute with Sinclair is developing into a war of words, as AT&T hits back at Sinclair’s “egregious demands.”

Disney+ has opened up pre-orders for U.S. consumers and promised that those who sign up early will be among the first to get access to the streaming service.

Over the coming months three big new subscription streaming service will drop from Disney, NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia. Disney appears to lead the pack in…

Acorn TV, a subscription streaming service owned by AMC Networks, said today that it has more than one million subscribers in the U.S. and Canada.

Plex is partnering with Lionsgate to grow its library of ad-supported video on demand content prior to the planned rollout to consumers in late 2019.

Facebook is officially releasing a connected TV streaming device called Portal TV that includes a built-in camera for video calls and co-watching.

Comcast/NBCUniversal is officially calling its upcoming video streaming service Peacock, and planning to launch in April 2020.