Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
CuriosityStream, a subscription video service focused on nonfiction content, could have some serious competition when Discovery and BBC launch their similar-sounding service in 2020.
CBS has set big subscriber growth goals for CBS All Access and Showtime OTT. It’s also facing a lot of new streaming competition. But it’s no problem, according to one company exec.
TV and broadband provider WOW! has a new deal in place to sell and market streaming TV service Philo directly to its internet subscribers.
Apple has officially launched its Amazon Channels competitor that offers a single platform for subscription services from HBO, Showtime and more.
Cox Communications announced on Monday that it is integrating the Amazon Prime Video app on its Contour pay TV platform.
Disney’s direct-to-consumer and international business – which houses ESPN+, Hulu and the upcoming Disney+ – saw its losses soar to $393 million during the company’s fiscal second quarter.
Given the rampant level of fragmentation across the streaming video marketplace, it at least seems feasible that CBS All Access and Showtime OTT could combine. But Jim Lanzone, CEO of CBS Interactive, is shooting down the idea for now.
Hulu today announced that it now has more than 28 million subscribers and that 26.8 million of those are paid subscriptions.
Amazon Prime Video and Netflix have dominated the SVOD market, and both have expanded globally—strategies that are paying off for both companies.
Amazon and Google announced a range of deals today to bring each other’s video apps to each other’s streaming devices.