The expected launches of Apple TV+ and Disney+ in November illustrate the major shift now occurring in the TV and online video market as more firms move into the business of over-the-top (OTT), direct-to-consumer (D2C) video services.
A new survey conducted by Broadband Genie shows that piracy will surge if content is spread out across more streaming subscription services.
Amazon is the biggest buyer of EU films for SVOD release outside of Europe, according to the European Audiovisual Observatory’s new free report on the export of European films on SVOD services outside Europe.
Discovery is launching Food Network Kitchen, a direct-to-consumer product with proprietary streaming technology offering consumers live, interactive cooking instruction.
Amazon has announced a lineup of more than 15 new Fire TV Edition products for customers around the globe,
The BBC is to launch its own digital voice assistant, entering the market alongside Amazon’s Alexa, and Apple’s Siri.
The latest research by Ampere Analysis focuses on Critical Ratings of US SVOD titles.
Amazon-owned IMDb TV will launch in Europe later this year, bringing movies and TV shows to customers for free.
DrinkTV is launching on multiple OTT platforms, offering new and curated cocktail, beer, wine and travel content that aims to do for drinking culture what food-focused programming has done for foodies.
Amazon and Google have settled their dispute and have come to an agreement on their streaming services.