Google’s recent acquisition of Webpass shows that the competitive race for consumer broadband services in the U.S. is far from over. In fact, Google’s move beyond organic growth suggests that the race may be ramping up a notch, particularly when the other competitors in the market include Comcast, AT&T, and a larger Charter Communications.
The amount of time consumers spend each week using a ‘screen’ — a television, personal computer, tablet, or mobile phone — now tops 50 hours.
ESPN has reached an agreement with UEFA for the rights to the UEFA European Football Championship 2020 and all UEFA national team matches between 2018 and 2022.
You.i TV has named Dan Beer as the company’s first Chief Operating Officer (COO).
The eleven largest pay-TV providers in the US, representing about 95% of the market, lost about 665,000 net video subscribers in 2Q 2016, compared to a loss of about 545,000 subscribers in 2Q 2015.
LG launches Channel Plus on 2016 smart TVs in the US for OTT delivery of streaming internet channels.
The Polish national commercial broadcaster TVN drove growth in Scripps Networks Interactive International Networks segment in the second quarter.
Walt Disney Company has acquired a 33% stake in BAMTech, a technology services and video streaming company previously formed by Major League Baseball (MLB).
Time Warner has agreed to acquire a 10% stake in the premium streaming TV service Hulu.
On Monday, August 1, MTV will turn VH1 Claasic into MTV Classic, on the occasion of the broadcaster’s 35th birthday.