Could increasing competition from AT&T’s Warner Media and Disney bring some unpopular changes to the video-streaming service sector?
The Walt Disney Company’s new direct-to-consumer OTT streaming service will be called Disney+. It will challenge Netflix’ domination on the SVOD market.
Conviva, the real-time measurement and intelligence platform for streaming TV, has released its State of the Streaming TV Industry Report for Q3 2018, which shows staggering growth in global TV streaming.
Insight TV has announced that its 4K UHD content is now available to stream on all Universal Windows Platform (UWP) devices.
With regards to online video, Netflix grows and Facebook declines, according to Ampere Analysis.
The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment has announced that ESPN+, the multi-sport, direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from DTCI in collaboration with ESPN, has surpassed one million paying subscribers in just over five months since its April 2018 launch.
Warner Bros. Digital Networks is launching its SVOD service DC Universe, built around the DC comics brand.
Twitch will stream the first 932 episodes of the Pokemon anime series, as well as every movie. The livestream will begin August 27 on the Twitch Presents 2 channel and last into 2019.
CBS plans to launch CBSN Local, a portfolio of 24/7 direct-to-consumer services that will stream anchored news coverage and live breaking news events from major markets served by CBS stations.
In its latest Global Television Demand Report, Parrot Analytics features a four-country audience study focused on consumers’ propensity to subscribe to streaming video services in Brazil, Italy, the UK and the US.