T-Mobile has officially launched its pay TV service, TVision Home, a rebranded and upgraded version of Layer3 TV that will retail for $90 per month.
At the NAB Show, AWS Elemental took the wraps off Accelerated Transcoding, a MediaConvert feature promising 25 times faster video processing.
Roku began rolling out the Roku OS 9.1 update, which will add features like automatic playback along with expanded voice and search capabilities.
Amazon oversees a variety of devices and services. On Tuesday at the NAB Show, the focus was on Fire TV and Alexa with a little bit of Echo Show.
Hulu may still be working to add downloadable content as an option on its streaming video platform, but one executive said the demand for downloads may dwindle.
Sinclair and its joint venture ONE Media offered details about plans to launch ATSC 3.0 next-generation TV in the U.S. during the NAB Show.
LAS VEGAS—Amazon Prime Video’s platform delivers lots of live sports—including high-profile events like NFL—so latency is a key issue for the company.
Hearst Television and Comcast-owned FreeWheel are combining Hearst Anyscreen with FreeWheel’s Monetization and Revenue Management platform.
ARRIS, which was recently acquired by CommScope, today launched the RDK Lab Accelerator, a solution jointly developed by ARRIS, Metrological and RDK Management.
Netflix, Hulu and others are being targeted at an alarming rate by hackers testing out stolen login credentials, according to Akamai Technologies.