Apple’s iTunes losing video market share to Comcast, Amazon, report says 

The dominant position in movie and TV show rental and sales once enjoyed by Apple’s iTunes store has eroded steadily over the last five years, with U.S. market share falling from over 50% in 2012 to between 20% and 35% today.

Source: Apple’s iTunes losing video market share to Comcast, Amazon, other transactional operators, report says | FierceCable

Hollywood Studios Are Suspicious of VidAngel’s New Filtering App 

Warner Bros., Disney and Fox point to a declaration from VidAngel general counsel David Quinto where he describes how VidAngel purchases a motion picture from a service like Amazon Video before the film is tagged and a copy is then saved to a cloud storage location.

Source: Hollywood Studios Are Suspicious of VidAngel’s New Filtering App | Hollywood Reporter

French, Italian Pubcasters Join Forces to Counter US Streaming Giants 

France Televisions and Italy’s RAI have joined forces to co-produce a wide range of high-end English-language content for global distribution – including TV dramas, documentaries, animation series and entertainment formats – in a strategic pact meant to counter the growing force of U.S. streaming services in Europe.

Source: French, Italian Pubcasters Join Forces to Counter US Streaming Giants | Variety