New research from GfK shows that consumers have very specific expectations for the cost of SVOD services. We talked with GfK’s David Tice, SVP of Media and Entertainment, about the data and what it could mean for Disney’s 2019 SVOD service.
IBC 2017 shows that the arguments against online are over for the traditional TV industry. Just in time, because younger audiences are moving away fast.
The new Apple TV adds the much need 4K and HDR support, but at a much higher price than the competition. Comcast adds YouTube to the X1 set-top box and does a good job with the integration.
Roku’s IPO paperwork revealed much about its business, including where its future lies. Mobile operators continue to use TV content as a differentiator. Newsy and ZoneTV are headed to pay TV. Which one will be successful in the linear world?
Major sports ratings are falling on broadcast and pay television as fans use YouTube to catch up on games they miss. In this interview with Thuuz CEO Warren Packard, he explains the company's new highlight reel solution. He thinks it could help bring those sports fans back to television.
Are Q2 2017 pay TV losses a big deal and where are those subscribers going. Amazon and Redbox are headed in opposite directions with their DVD rental services. Apple invests $1B in the production of original digital video. Is it enough to move the needle?
Disney announced it would launch a kids SVOD service in 2019 and a sports service under the ESPN brand in 2018. Particularly the kid's service will be very late to market. Does it stand any chance of success?
This week Google added another messaging feature as part of the YouTube app. The company already has a bunch of social apps and features but adding one more in YouTube might just make sense.
Star Trek: Discovery's release is just around the corner. Will it give a huge boost to CBS All Access, and how will CBS keep all those new Trekkie subs once the show is done?
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