From AMC to ViacomCBS: Tracking video industry earnings in Q3 2020

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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. 20

Netflix
Netflix saw its paid subscriber growth slow down during the third quarter but the streaming giant has still forecast record subscriber growth for all of 2020.
- see our coverage
- visit Netflix's investor relations page

Oct. 21

Verizon
Verizon reported 61,000 Fios Video net losses in the third quarter of 2020, which it again said reflects the “ongoing shift from traditional linear video to over-the-top offerings.”
- see our coverage
- visit Verizon's investor relations page

Oct. 22

AT&T/WarnerMedia
AT&T’s new traditional video service strategy showed signs of improvement during the third quarter as video subscriber losses scaled back to 627,000.
- see our coverage
- visit Warner Media's investor relations page

Limelight Networks
After reporting massive traffic spike on its content delivery network in the second quarter, Limelight said that levels remained elevated in the most recent quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Limelight's investor relations page

Oct. 26

Harmonic
- visit Harmonic's investor relations page

Oct. 27

Akamai
Akamai recorded double-digit revenue growth in the third quarter and the company said its traffic volumes are remaining elevated.
- see our coverage
- visit Akamai's investor relations page

Oct. 29

Altice USA
- visit Altice USA's investor relations page

Amazon
- visit Amazon's investor relations page

Apple
- visit Apple's investor relations page

Comcast/NBCUniversal
Comcast’s cable business recorded revenue growth despite losing a total of 273,000 video subscribers in the third quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Comcast's investor relations page

Facebook
- visit Facebook's investor relations page

Google
YouTube TV, Google’s live streaming TV service, ended the third quarter with more than 3 million subscribers.
- see our coverage
- visit Google's investor relations page

Oct. 30

Charter
For two consecutive quarters, Charter has pulled off the improbable feat of adding video subscribers, bucking the industry-wide cord-cutting trend.
- see our coverage
- visit Charter's investor relations page

Nov. 2

AMC Networks
AMC Networks saw its third-quarter income slip as the Coronavirus pandemic continued to disrupt its business, but the company sees two bright spots: zombies and subscriptions.
- see our coverage
- visit AMC's investor relations page

Nov. 3

Fox
Fox didn’t provide a new monthly active user total for Tubi, its ad-supported streaming service, but it did talk about engagement metrics for the service.
- see our coverage
- visit Fox's investor relations page

Nov. 4

Sinclair Broadcast Group
Sinclair’s local sports segment took a major hit in the third quarter after live sports were disrupted by the pandemic and key distributors dropping the channels.
- see our coverage
- visit Sinclair's investor relations page

Nov. 5

Cable One
- visit Cable One's investor relations page

Discovery, Inc.
Discovery doesn’t sound happy that T-Mobile relegated its channels to a separate, inexpensive package within its relaunched TVision service.
- see our coverage
- visit Discovery's investor relations page

Lionsgate
- visit Lionsgate's investor relations page

Nexstar Media
- visit Nexstar's investor relations page

Roku
After several consecutive quarterly losses, Roku swung to a profit while it continued to grow its active user base.
- see our coverage
- visit Roku's investor relations page

Nov. 6

Dish Network
Dish Network added approximately 203,000 new Sling TV subscribers, which helped offset net losses within is satellite TV business during the third quarter.
- see our coverage
- visit Dish's investor relations page

ViacomCBS
The company said it closed out the third quarter with 17.9 million streaming subscribers, up 72% year over year and nearly past the subscriber goal the company had set for the end of 2020.
- see our coverage
- visit Viacom's investor relations page

Nov. 9

TiVo/Xperi
- visit TiVo's investor relations page

Nov. 10

FuboTV
Virtual MVPD fuboTV tucked a handful of announcements in with its quarterly earnings, including plans to expand into sports wagering.
- see our coverage
- visit fuboTV's investor relations page

Nov. 12

CuriosityStream
- visit CuriosityStream's investor relations page

The Walt Disney Company
Disney’s direct-to-consumer and international business was once again toplined by rapid growth for Disney+, which launched one year ago.
- see our coverage
- visit Disney's investor relations page

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