Months of rumors turned out to be correct: Netflix has teamed up with Chelsea Handler to produce its first talk show.
We already knew that DramaFever is venturing into horror and documentaries. What we didn’t know that it was partnering with AMC for these new sites.
Qplay just embraced Google’s Chromecast — and in turn effectively gave up on being a TV hardware startup.
Comcast wants to give niche audiences access to a wider variety of content trough its set-top boxes, and is looking to test a streaming service later this year.
The use of online video services is growing quickly in the U.S., and ten percent of pay TV subscribers are getting ready to cut the cord.
Qwilt’s CEO Alon Maor offers a look at the increasing flow of streaming video and warns of possible blockages ahead.
Foreign TV show platform DramaFever has struck a licensing deal to add Chinese-language TV shows to its platform.
Netflix just raised its price for $8 to $9 a month, but existing subscribers won’t feel the increase for another two years.
Tubi TV is launching with 3,000 movies and TV show episodes on Amazons Fire TV as well as Roku’s set-top box and Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
Food Network programming has disappeared from Amazon Prime Instant just one year after both companies announced a licensing agreement for hundreds of episodes.