Topic: subscription revenue
After missing its subscriber growth forecast in the second quarter, Netflix rebounded to outpace its Q3 subscriber estimate by nearly 2 million.
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.
Global TV, video subscription and advertising revenue will keep growing over the next few years and OTT will play a big role in that growth.
The Walt Disney Company posted fiscal third-quarter earnings marked by increases in revenues and net income despite declines at BAMTech and Hulu.
Discovery Inc.’s second-quarter net income fell 42% to $216 million, down from $374 million one year ago.
CBS originally set 2020 as a deadline for its streaming services All Access and Showtime to have 8 million combined subscribers. That has changed.
AMC Networks’ second-quarter net revenue rose 7.2% to $761 million thanks in large part to a significant jump in international revenues.
Charter Communications announced its Q2 earnings, including 73,000 lost video subscribers, which is both a quarterly and annual improvement.
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.
The second-quarter earnings season is underway, and FierceVideo is tracking the results from programmers, pay TV operators and more.