Cable companies are buying distributors and content creators in a final attempt to cripple streaming services.
For three straight years, television and home video markets in the United States have lost subscribers. This downward trend is accelerating and shows no signs of abating.
Amazon Studios relies on traditional distribution practices to foster greater collaboration with the gatekeepers of independent film.
Amazon Studios is growing its reach with strong relationships and deference for traditional distribution norms, which fosters allies.
Netflix’s $8 billion production allocation for 2018 to produce and acquire 700 shows and films is already reaping record new subscribers.
iQiyi, China’s leading subscription video streaming service, is listing shares on the New York-based NASDAQ stock exchange.
Netflix is slated to spend $8 billion on original and acquired content in 2018. The company is taking bold action to stay ahead of growing competition.
Sky, Europe’s largest pay television provider announced a partnership to carry Netflix content on its direct satellite network and OTT platforms.
YouTube TV will now include live sports and content from Time Warner to kick-start its takeover of terrestrial and cable television.
Television advertising sales in the U.S fell 8% to $61 billion in 2017 – the biggest slump in 20 years. Sales at cable networks dropped for the first time in a decade.