The results are in for round one of voting, and now it’s time to kick off round two.
Like FierceWireless is doing, FierceVideo is letting readers pick the most powerful person in the U.S. video industry for 2018.
FuboTV can check off another first among its competitors: the U.S.-based streaming TV service is heading to Europe with the launch of fuboTV España.
After Sinclair’s $3.9 billion Tribune Media acquisition fell through, Nexstar is jumping in with a $6.4 billion bid for the television broadcaster.
The national television advertising market stayed flat in October as declines in broadcast revenue offset increases in cable.
Nielsen is growing the membership for its U.S. dynamic ad insertion pilot, adding MediaTek and national cable network group A+E Networks.
Amazon’s AWS Elemental has launched a new cloud-based live video service, MediaConnect.
Amazon has reportedly jumped in with a bid for 21st Century Fox’s 22 regional sports networks that Disney is selling off as part of its $71.3 billion Fox…
Makan Delrahim questioned the effectiveness of behavioral conditions amid mounting antitrust concerns over the Comcast-NBCUniversal merger.
Behind the big and diverse world of online streaming video are thousands of technical experts.