Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Netflix CFO David Wells is leaving the company, an exit that comes as Netflix sees increased competition, particularly from Disney.
FX’s ad-free subscription streaming service is coming to another pay TV platform thanks to a new agreement with virtual MVPD PlayStation Vue.
Viacom has ramped up its production of content for streaming services, and the company has high hopes for the business.
Disney’s streaming empire is expanding, with its branded SVOD due next year, ESPN+ already in the market and majority ownership of Hulu around the corner.
SVOD CuriosityStream, a premium service offering nonfiction programming focused on science, history, nature and technology, is adding sponsors.
Comcast unveiled the Amazon Prime Video app to its X1 platform. But Amazon’s presence on the X1 is quite different from Netflix’s.
CBS originally set 2020 as a deadline for its streaming services All Access and Showtime to have 8 million combined subscribers. That has changed.
Hulu is closing out what should be a big second quarter, one featuring the second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” But mobile results may vary.
Just like Netflix and YouTube before it, Amazon Prime Video is moving onto Comcast’s X1 platform, where it will be available to the cable giant’s subscribers.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan is in charge of a growing slate of streaming services, and with that comes more exposure to higher levels of subscriber churn.