Distributors push back against content providers as price increases and growing content commitments eat into profitability.
Cable networks use bulk pricing to spurn Amazon’s ambitions to launch a skinny bundle with on-demand streaming and live television.
As the streaming market fragments into dozens of streaming options will Netflix become the Friendster or Facebook of media viewing?
Series viewership outpaces overall growth because Netflix is using vast resources to become a dedicated content creator.
After decades of stifling innovation and blocking new content delivery models, cable companies are paying a hefty price that shows no sign of stopping.
German market researcher GfK found that 90% of OTT users in the UK have access to smartphones, but only 4% of those use it to stream OTT content.
When AT&T acquired DirecTV for $48.5 billion, they had big plans for mobile streaming. The FCC thinks DirecTV Now service “may obstruct competition and…”
Comcast, the largest cable company in the United States, will begin streaming Netflix on the company’s X1 set-top device starting this week.
Like the presidential election, Americans will only have two choices for cable providers, Comcast or Time Warner / Charter / Spectrum / AT&T.
For every $8 per month, Netflix receives from its nearly 84 million global subscribers, over $6 is spent on content. 2017 content costs will hit $16 billion.