Though the streaming media space is becoming increasingly crowded, it’s not a winner-take-all scenario, and multiple choices may ultimately be good for the industry.
Starting December 10, the cable giant will replace several Starz channels with Epix, a multiplex movie network programmed by MGM Studios.
Setbacks at some smaller member stations prompted YouTube and PBS to delay the rolling out of local PBS member stations until later this year.
NBC’s new streaming service may be free for most TV viewers who agree to sit through a few ads every hour, according to a reliable report.
Philo customers have to do without ESPN, CNN or Fox News — but the service is adding subscribers at a fast rate anyway, the company’s CEO says.
Some customers who pay for HBO will get complimentary access to HBO Max when it launches in May. But not everyone qualifies.
If “your thing” is watching free streaming TV on AT&T’s dime, here’s some bad news for you.
The proliferation of streaming services and the hundreds of movies and TV shows they offer could be triggering “choice overload,” according to one university researcher.
Streaming TV companies are giving away access to their programming through deals with third-party companies as a way of increasing their subscriber base.
Disney-owned streaming service Hulu could be losing one of their most-popular animated sitcoms.