Topic: advertising-based video on demand (AVOD)
Sinclair Broadcast Group is busy building out the management team for its upcoming streaming service STIRR, set to launch in early 2019.
Viacom’s direct-to-consumer streaming products are often overshadowed by those of Disney and WarnerMedia. Nevertheless, the company plans to expand.
AT&T is hosting an analyst day to discuss its strategy and plans for 2019, including new details about WarnerMedia’s Netflix-competing streaming service.
Discovery Inc. continued expanding its digital distribution by signing a deal allowing ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV for some of its shows.
Free ad-supported streaming service Tubi will now be available to stream over the internet directly on Comcast’s Xfinity X1 platform.
Roku’s shift in focus from its device business to its platform is paying dividends in higher advertising revenue, and the company still has room to grow.
Verizon-owned Oath is planning to add livestreaming and VOD Yahoo news content to the Roku Channel.
CBS made good on its plans to launch an Entertainment Tonight streaming service with the announcement of ET Live, a free ad-supported channel.
Amazon threw cold water on reports that it has an ad-supported streaming service in the works during its third-quarter earnings call Thursday.
Sinclair President and CEO Chris Ripley confirmed that his company’s rumored streaming service Stirr will be launching soon.