Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Comcast has been busy building a lineup of streaming video apps integrated into its X1 platform, and the company plans to keep going.
Robert De Niro gave a glowing review of working with Netflix on the film “The Irishman” but said the streaming service has to release it in theaters.
After missing its subscriber growth forecast in the second quarter, Netflix rebounded to outpace its Q3 subscriber estimate by nearly 2 million.
Netflix is entering somewhat unfamiliar territory today when it will announce its latest quarterly earnings after missing its subscriber growth estimates last quarter.
With Amazon having made streaming video a cornerstone of its Prime membership, it makes sense that brick-and-mortar retailers would follow suit.
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.
ESPN’s Aaron LaBerge will be executive vice president and chief technology officer of Disney’s international and direct-to-consumer segment.
AT&T plans to launch a new direct-to-consumer streaming service in late 2019 that will use content from recently acquired HBO, Turner and Warner Bros.
As CCS Insights envisions it, Amazon won’t settle for what it already has.
Customer churn is a dreaded reality for streaming products that don’t require service contracts, and some SVODs are being hit harder than others.