The number of OTT video services in the US has more than doubled since 2014 and currently stands at nearly 300.
The number of US SVOD subscriptions in the US will climb from 203 million in 2019 to 317 million by 2025 despite it being the most mature market in the world.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has announced its first partnership in the US market for its wholesale broadcasting business.
New Parks Associates consumer research finds 62% of US broadband households subscribe to a traditional pay-TV service via a cable or satellite provider, down from 69% in Q1 2019,
Canadian Stingray Group is launching Stingray Music with six leading platforms in the United States: Comcast Xfinity, Distro TV, Freecast’s Select TV, Channel Plus on LG, MX Player, and Xumo.
Comcast’s streaming service Peacock, which launched nationwide earlier this month, has attracted 10M sign-ups to date.
Harmonic will partner with SES for technology upgrades associated with the SES transition plan filed with the Federal Communications Commission on June 19, 2020.
HBO Max, AT&T’s venture in the streaming arena, has racked up 4.1 million subscriobers in its first month and beats Disney+ in terms of viewing share.
The United States District Court Southern District of New York has ruled in favour of Russian channels who claimed their rights to broadcast in the US were violated.
The New York District Court has rejected an appeal by several Russian broadcasters against a ruling in a case they brought against the Ukrainian IPTV/OTT set-top box and software manufacturer Infomir.