Topic: subscription revenue
CBS has done a lot of shifting around with subscriber growth targets for its streaming platforms. Now, the company’s doing it again.
Disney today announced $15.3 billion in revenue in its fiscal first quarter, which stayed mostly flat year over year despite growth in media networks.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has placed high expectations on WarnerMedia’s upcoming subscription streaming video service and its ability to compete.
Dish Network lost 341,000 net video subscribers during the third quarter as satellite declines greatly outpaced slowing growth for Sling TV.
Altice USA lost 28,000 Cablevision and Suddenlink video subscribers in the third quarter, a slight improvement over the 32,000 it lost one year ago.
CBS' revenue bump was due largely to 79% growth from subscription streaming services All Access and Showtime.
AMC Networks’ growing streaming business suffered a setback last week when Shudder and Sundance Now were taken down from Amazon Channels.
Charter Communications lost another 66,000 video subscribers during the third quarter but that didn’t stop the company from growing its video revenue.
Comcast gave back another 95,000 residential video subscribers during the third quarter but still grew revenues for its cable segment.
After missing its subscriber growth forecast in the second quarter, Netflix rebounded to outpace its Q3 subscriber estimate by nearly 2 million.