Topic: online video aggregator
Alan Wolk, lead analyst and co-founder at TV[R]EV, takes on YouTube's reported service bundling plans and Roku's strong fourth quarter.
With the streaming wars intensifying, the “aggregation wars” are poised for greater activity as well: everyone wants a piece of this pie.
The replacement for the traditional program grid might not be a smoother, sleeker table of channels and times. Instead, many viewers may navigate their way through an array of app icons.
Starz is launching its STARZPLAY OTT service on Amazon Prime Video Channels in the U.K. and Germany.
Apple is reportedly updating its TV app to allow users to subscribe to services through the app rather than having to purchase them individually.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced a new pilot program in an attempt to address the concerns of the platform’s creator community.
YouTube Go, the company’s "offline-first" app designed to aid in watching videos on slower networks, is expanding its availability to 130 countries.
Windstream struck a partnership to carry AT&T’s DirecTV Now service to its consumer segment during the quarter.
VRV, an SVOD service that aggregates streaming channels and content, said that it now has 1.5 million registered users and more than 1 million monthly active users.
Plex is launching Plex News, a personalized, ad-supported news channel that gathers content from sources including CBS News, CNN and more.