Cable One wants a new name to reflect its business that’s evolved beyond just cable television, so it’s switching things up and going with Sparklight.
Verizon’s media business Oath—comprising the combined businesses of AOL and Yahoo—is bracing for some more bad news, this time in the form of a massive write-…
MediaKind says it has a first on its hands after a recent multichannel 6K 360-degree livestream of a basketball game.
Fox Sports and Fox Innovation Lab, alongside AT&T, Ericsson and Intel, spilled some details on their 5G livestreaming trial from the U.S. Open.
Reddit doesn’t typically get lumped in with massive internet video platforms, but that will change if the website continues growing its video traffic.
The quarterfinals are over, the polls are closed and now we’re down to the Final Four.
Hulu announced that it will be the first streaming TV service to allow subscribers to pay for service using the mobile payment service Venmo.
Movies Anywhere, a digital movie service run by Disney in partnership with other media companies, has its first pay TV partner in Comcast.
Like FierceWireless is doing, FierceVideo is letting readers pick the most powerful person in the U.S. video industry for 2018.
Comcast took a hit this week when Disney dumped Freewheel and aligned online ad efforts with Google. But for Comcast, other ad efforts are heating up.