Topic: premium video on demand (PVOD)
AT&T is using its premium channel HBO as a carrot to lure in new subscribers for its DirecTV and AT&T TV video services.
Starting today, Hulu subscribers can opt to add Starz to their package for an additional $8.99 per month.
The outlook for a premium VOD that would offer streaming access to films just weeks after their theatrical releases isn't looking so good.
MGM’s premium network Epix is claiming it’s the first broadcast or cable network to offer streaming 4K content within its app.
Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. are among studios in talks with Comcast and Apple to offer premium video on demand (PVOD) movies for $30-$50 each.
Streaming video service FandangoNow has added Showtime’s original programming to its catalog.
Lionsgate has set an Aug. 3 launch date for comedian Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud streaming video service.
The long-discussed idea to shrink the window between movies’ theatrical and video-on-demand premieres finally seems poised to become a reality in 2017.