Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Walmart had aspirations to take on Amazon, Apple and others with a streaming video service but reportedly has now bailed on those plans to focus on its current VOD service Vudu.
Netflix added 1.5 million paid subscribers in the U.S. during the fourth quarter, in line with estimates, and exceeded global expectations.
Netflix will likely provide guidance on how its new price hikes could change subscriber growth projections along with fourth-quarter earnings today.
Comcast announced plans for a DTC streaming service, and according to analyst firm MoffettNathanson, the company is "hedging its bets.”
Disney’s ESPN+ app is growing its subscriber base while building in new features including offline viewing and increased compatibility.
The move could very well signal strong growth ahead when the company announces fourth-quarter results this week.
After months of speculation, NBCUniversal today officially announced plans to launch an ad-supported streaming service next year.
With more than 25 million subscribers, Hulu’s growth rate is ahead of Netflix in the U.S., but will it matter much for Netflix if Hulu closes the gap?
The fourth-quarter earnings season is underway, and FierceVideo is tracking the results from programmers, pay TV operators and more.
Hulu added 8 million subscribers in 2018 and raised its total to more than 25 million subscribers across its SVOD and live TV services.