Apple wants to spend $1 billion or more on TV shows, but it still doesn’t really know what it wants to do with those shows. One thing Apple does know, though: It doesn’t want them to feature sex
Redbox, which has battled multiple Hollywood studios in court over its rightful place in the movie ecosystem, is now selling discounted digital downloads of Disney films despite not having a formal relationship with the No. 1 studio.
AT&T continued to lose its most profitable pay-TV viewers and wireless phone subscribers in the latest quarter as the company’s aggressive bundle offers failed to stanch the flow of customers ditching legacy services.
Most people who pay for Netflix are loyal to Netflix, meaning they don’t subscribe to other streaming services like Hulu or HBO Now.
Nielsen’s launch announcement last week of its Subscription Video-on-Demand syndicated content ratings service has provided the industry with several important and somewhat surprising insights into the impact of these services on the TV industry.
Disney’s shift to pay-television and direct-to-consumer video products will weigh on the stock, thanks to a sizable initial investment and a long lead time to get the offering up and running, an analyst said.
Cable and satellite-TV companies worried about cord-cutters face a growing threat from a New York-based startup backed by some of their biggest suppliers.
Apple Inc. is betting on acclaimed director and producer Steven Spielberg for its first major foray into creating original video content.
The company now boasts 52 million international subscribers, according to its latest earnings numbers. With it, Netflix has plopped down more than $1.75 billion to invest in European content alone.
AT&T will report heavy subscriber losses at DirecTV in its third-quarter earnings later this month, bleeding that the telco giant chalked up to heightened competition in the pay-TV arena and the wallop of the summer hurricane season.