Topic: traditional broadcast
Broadcast television isn't going to die anytime soon, but it is sitting on a powder keg that threatens its existence. Platforms like Didja and Locast see themselves as solutions.
AT&T said this week that it will begin offering free streaming broadcast TV app Locast on both its DirecTV and U-verse pay TV platforms.
Locast, a streaming service that provides access to local broadcast television, has expanded its device compatibility lineup to include Apple TV, iPad and Android TV.
The national television advertising market stayed flat in October as declines in broadcast revenue offset increases in cable.
Amid a recent rash of DVRs built for recording free over-the-air broadcast TV, DVR pioneer TiVo is jumping in with one of its own.
Didja announced the expansion of its live broadcast TV streaming app, LocalBTV, to streaming devices Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
The percentage of U.S. broadband households that use digital antennas in their homes increased to 20% near the end of 2017, according to Parks Associates.
The news makes CBS the latest national broadcaster that’s recently trimmed some of its personnel while streamlining operations.
Amazon Prime had to overcome some early technical difficulties with its first Thursday night NFL streaming game, but the numbers beat Twitter’s livestream debut.
Here are the stories we're following this morning.