Topic: subscription revenue
Altice USA, like Dish Network, has posted somewhat reassuring video subscriber numbers after last week’s devastation ignited by AT&T’s massive subscriber losses.
Charter reported residential video subscriber losses that were more than double the figure from the same quarter one year ago.
Comcast succumbed to secular cord cutting trends again during the second quarter but still managed to grow key financial metrics within its cable communications business.
The second-quarter earnings season is underway, and FierceVideo is tracking the results from streaming media companies, programmers, pay TV operators and broadcasters throughout the period. Check out our updates on companies in this segment.
The U.S. streaming video market is on the cusp of big expansion – with players like Apple, Disney and WarnerMedia joining the fray – and it’s going to fuel explosive growth for the global market.
Amazon Prime Video and Netflix’s investments toward growing international subscriber bases are paying off, at least in the U.K., where the two services are trouncing their broadcaster competition.
CBS released its first-quarter financial results today and boasted an 11% increase in overall revenues and 71% annual growth in subscribers to its direct-to-consumer streaming video services.
Discovery Inc. today reported first-quarter revenue of $2.7 billion, up 17% year over year, during a quarter when streaming deals filled the operational highlights section.
AMC Networks reported first-quarter financial results marked by a nearly 6% boost in revenues helped along by the company’s international and streaming segment.
Charter Communications, the third largest pay TV provider in the U.S., announced first-quarter earnings marked by an acceleration in video subscriber declines.