Topic: subscription video on demand (SVOD)
Hulu is expanding device compatibility for its 4K streaming video to Xbox One devices starting today.
With the streaming wars intensifying, the “aggregation wars” are poised for greater activity as well: everyone wants a piece of this pie.
Apple TV+ could close in on Netflix-like subscriber totals in just a few years following its launch.
Netflix investors are anxiously awaiting the company’s third-quarter earnings report next week, and hoping for a return to domestic subscriber growth.
New streaming services like Disney+ and HBO Max will cause a big jump in U.S. SVOD spending next year.
Quibi, a startup planning a short-form video streaming service, has signed a pair of significant programming deals ahead of its April 2020 launch.
Hulu has finally enabled downloads on its streaming service more than a year after it first announced that downloadable content was on the way.
Netflix posted a surprisingly down quarter this summer, which led to a stock selloff in the ensuing months. Now investors are anxiously awaiting the company’s third-quarter results.
The streaming wars are coming. Legacy media and new entrants alike will soon flood the market with tons of new streaming services. But, Netflix still likely will be standing tall with the smoke clears.
Comcast and other internet service providers (ISP) eventually will begin bundling broadband and subscription streaming services as the market swells with new products.