From AMC to Viacom: Tracking video industry earnings in Q3 2019

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The third-quarter earnings season is underway, and FierceVideo is tracking the results from streaming media companies, programmers, pay TV operators and broadcasters throughout the period. Check out our updates on companies in this segment.

Also, make sure to check FierceWireless and FierceTelecom, as they also track earnings for companies in the wireless, pay TV and wireline industries.

Keep checking back here for updates.

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Oct. 16

Netflix
Netflix shares were up more than 8% in after-hours trading today after it reported mixed results. The company beat on earnings, and although it missed analyst expectations on U.S. subscriber additions, it at least gained U.S. subscribers during its third quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Netflix's investor relations page

Oct. 24

Comcast/NBCUniversal
Comcast posted its second consecutive quarter with video subscribers losses surpassing 200,000 as cord cutting trends appear to be continuing for the U.S. pay TV industry.
- see our coverage
- visit Comcast's investor relations page

Oct. 25

Charter
Charter’s video subscriber losses accelerated slightly in the third quarter of 2019 but slowed down from where they were in the previous quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Charter's investor relations page

Verizon
- visit Verizon's investor relations page

Oct. 28

Akamai
- visit Akamai's investor relations page

AT&T/Warner Media
AT&T had braced investors for accelerated video subscriber losses and the company delivered on its promise during the third quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Warner Media's investor relations page

Oct. 30

Apple
Apple posted quarterly revenues totaling $64 billion, up 2% year over year. Service revenues accounted for $12.5 billion, which the company said was an all-time high.
- see our coverage
- visit Apple's investor relations page

Facebook
- see our coverage
- visit Facebook's investor relations page

Oct. 31

AMC Networks
AMC Networks’ deal with Charter was announced on the same day the programmer posted its third-quarter results. The company’s net revenues increased 3.1% to $719 million, and operating income increased 2.3% to $168 million.
- see our coverage
- visit AMC's investor relations page

Nov. 5

Altice USA
Altice USA continues to post relatively small video subscriber losses compared to some of its counterparts like AT&T and Comcast.
- see our coverage
- visit Altice USA's investor relations page

Nov. 6

Fox
- visit Fox's investor relations page

Nexstar Media
- visit Nexstar's investor relations page

Roku
Roku’s user base continues to grow as the company continues to set more OEM partnerships and product launches designed to get more people onto its platform.
- see our coverage
- visit Roku's investor relations page

Sinclair Broadcast Group
- visit Sinclair's investor relations page

Nov. 7

Discovery, Inc.
Discovery may soon be launching a big, new streaming video service that combines content from across its portfolio, including Discovery Channel, HGTV and other networks.
- see our coverage
- visit Discovery's investor relations page

Dish Network
Dish Network propped up its video subscriber numbers during the third quarter with a substantial gain at Sling TV, its streaming TV service that had previously seen its growth stall.
- see our coverage
- visit Dish's investor relations page

Lionsgate
- visit Lionsgate's investor relations page

TiVo
TiVo just recently launched its new ad-supported streaming service, TiVo+, but the company said people can expect more from the company around CES early next year.
- see our coverage
- visit TiVo's investor relations page

The Walt Disney Company
Disney is shoring up the device compatibility list for Disney+ on the same day the company announced fiscal fourth-quarter earnings.
- see our coverage
- visit Disney's investor relations page

Nov. 12

CBS Corporation
- see our coverage
- visit CBS' investor relations page

Nov. 14

Viacom
- see our coverage
- visit Viacom's investor relations page

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