Topic: video on demand (VOD)
Viva Entertainment could be moving up to the big leagues after apparently signing an agreement with Comcast.
Sony Pictures Television’s Crackle is going with Nielsen Marketing Cloud for addressable ads across mobile, connected TVs and other platforms.
A new streaming service named TaTaTu has a plan to reward its users, help content owners monetize and alleviate piracy concerns by using blockchain.
Viacom CEO Bob Bakish said that his company has reached a deal for mobile streaming rights to Telenor's Paramount+ product.
21st Century Fox is launching a National Geographic video-on-demand service in a handful of countries across Europe and Africa in 2018.
CBS is eyeing another streaming product launch, this time turning its long-running program “Entertainment Tonight” into a VOD offering.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced the launch of a suite of five new media services aimed toward companies creating both live and on-demand video content in the cloud.
Canoe said Comcast, Charter and Cox combined to deliver over 5.668 billion dynamic ad insertions into VOD programming in the third quarter.
Startup Pluto TV has carved deals with Lionsgate, MGM and Warner Bros. and will add a VOD library of archival titles from these studios to its ad-supported streaming lineup of more than 100 live channels.
Tubi TV said its free subscription model and analytics will set it apart from the competition in the crowded subscription video on demand space.