Topic: licensing agreements
TiVo has entered into a multiyear extension of its agreement with Canadian operator Shaw Communications for TiVo’s i-Guide and its intellectual property license.
TiVo announced that after months of strategic review the company has decided to split its business into two independent companies focused on products and IP licensing.
NBCUniversal is following Disney and WarnerMedia into the streaming video space—albeit with a different business model—but it doesn’t seem overly concerned by the competition.
NBCUniversal has signed a new distribution deal with ad-supported streaming service Tubi which will add nearly 400 TV episodes and movies to its library.
TiVo’s fourth-quarter earnings took a dramatic turn as it posted a $288 million loss one year after bringing in $18.4 million in income.
WarnerMedia may be reconsidering the logic behind nonexclusive licensing deals ahead of the launch of a WarnerMedia streaming service.
Tubi is telling advertisers looking for more engaged audiences than they’re finding right now on broadcasting and cable it’s “open for business.”
Comcast announced plans for a DTC streaming service, and according to analyst firm MoffettNathanson, the company is "hedging its bets.”
Netflix knows that Disney, WarnerMedia and others will pull back content for their platforms. But new figures paint a dire portrait of the aftermath.
AT&T is launching a WarnerMedia streaming service in late 2019, and the plans could have a negative impact on the company’s OTT services.