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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As quarters go, Q2 wasn’t a bad one for Dish Network. It lost just 196,000 subscribers. But revenue and average revenue per subscriber are both falling. Here’s why.
Comcast and AT&T seem to have very different attitudes to their pay TV services. Xfinity X1 is still a big focus for the cable giant, while DirecTV Now is increasingly important as an add-on to wireless for AT&T. But does the introduction of Xfinity Instant TV signal a change for Comcast?
Netflix’ outstanding Q2 defies conventional wisdom about the performance of such a mature service. We discuss why that might be, disagreeing on the value of originals and of the Amazon Channels strategy along the way.
New data from Nielsen, Parks Associates, and Roku show how connected TV viewing has crossed the divide between unusual behavior to mainstream habit.
In the decade since the rollout of HD broadcasting in the US much has changed. Consumers are about to see another revolution in broadcasting and it will bring a lot more than just better picture quality. The NAB CTO explains what we can expect.
Broadcasting and the Internet have been two completely separate networks. However, ATSC 3 will bring the two together, creating a whole new entertainment platform that is greater than the sum of its parts. This interview with NAB CTO explores the advantages from a broadcaster's perspective.