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.
The largest collection of Disney content will start streaming in China through Alibaba’s Youku website.
It’s hard to imagine Amazon leaving Sundance this year with a big-dollar prestige film like years past.
Cable networks use bulk pricing to spurn Amazon’s ambitions to launch a skinny bundle with on-demand streaming and live television.
Many questions remain unanswered about the culpability of Netflix and MRC in the furtherance of sexual abuse by Spacey during House of Cards.
The company regularly raises debt, offering $1 billion in senior notes in April, $800 million a year ago and another $1 billion in February 2015.
As the streaming market fragments into dozens of streaming options will Netflix become the Friendster or Facebook of media viewing?