Topic: subscriber numbers
Subscriber growth is still the key metric by which Netflix’s performance is measured. By that standard, the company just posted some disastrous second-quarter results.
Netflix's first-quarter results had many analysts shrugging off concerns of subscriber churn and competition from Disney+ and WarnerMedia.
CBS has done a lot of shifting around with subscriber growth targets for its streaming platforms. Now, the company’s doing it again.
Comcast slowed its video subscriber losses to 29,000 during the fourth quarter, a small improvement over the 33,000 it lost one year ago.
FuboTV saw a fairly dramatic rise in engagement from subscribers in December, an uptick the company largely credits to connected TV viewing.
Roku is letting out some fourth-quarter operating figures, including active accounts now totaling more than 27 million, up 40% year over year.
AT&T’s traditional video services, DirecTV and U-verse, lost a combined 395,000 subscribers during the third quarter and virtual MVPD DirecTV Now saw its growth slow.
Starting today, Hulu subscribers can opt to add Starz to their package for an additional $8.99 per month.
Disney’s sports streaming service ESPN+ is building an audience at a healthy clip. The service has already amassed 1 million subscribers.
Comcast lost another 140,000 net video customers during the second quarter and its video revenues slumped slightly, down 1.6% to about $5.6 billion.