In his latest move to relax regulation of the telecom industry, Pai will use a speech in Washington to repeat his opposition to the FCC’s existing approach.
The latest findings from GfK MRI’s “Cord Evolution” studies indicate that so-called “Cord Cutters” and “Cord Nevers” have widely different demographics, streaming and programming preferences, as well as differences in their attitudes toward pay-television subscriptions.
A job listing on the company’s website says that Spotify wants to build “a category defining product akin to Pebble Watch, Amazon Echo, and Snap Spectacles” that will “affect the way the world experiences music and talk content.”
Identifying an opening in the market created by Facebook Live, YouTube and other live video platforms, Dish Network today introduced SlingStudio, an entry-level wireless, portable multicamera production solution.
Amazon’s deal to stream NFL Thursday night games includes as much as $30 million worth of marketing and promotion of the football league, pushing the total value of the contract as high as $80 million, according to a person familiar with the terms.
CBS has quietly expanded the scope of its streaming and on-demand TV service, its own competitor of sorts to Hulu, to now include movies.