A US federal judge has approved the acquisition of Time Warner by AT&T, rebuffing the government’s effort to stop the $85.4 billion deal.
Nearly 40% of US broadband households now have at least two OTT video service subscriptions, according to Parks Associates.
Amazon has announced Fire TV Cube, a hands-free 4K Ultra HD streaming media player with Alexa, allowing you to control the TV set from across the room.
Three-quarters (76%) of TV content viewers report subscribing to a traditional pay TV—cable, satellite, or telco—service, down from 86% in 2014, reveals the latest data from Horowitz Research’s State of Pay TV, OTT and SVOD.
Hulu has overhauled its top management, with Joel Stillerman, the chief content officer, and Tim Connolly, senior VP of partnerships and distribution, leaving the company.
Ownership of streaming media players has risen from about six percent of US broadband households in 2010 to almost 40% at the beginning of 2018.
More than half of internet users surveyed in the US, UK, Brazil, Japan and Germany watched video content out of their homes at least once a month, according to IHS Markit.
Research from Parks Associates shows 17% of US broadband households own both an internet-connected entertainment device and a smart home device.
Dish Networks subsidiary AirTV has launched a new set-top box in the US that enables viewers to stream local broadcast television to internet-connected TVs and mobile devices, in and out of the home.
More than 50% of US broadband households own a smart TV and more than 40% own a streaming media player, according to Parks Associates’ new report Smart TVs vs. Streaming Media Players: Winning Over Consumers.