If the biggest brand YouTube has to brag about at this point is UFC, that's not exactly a show of strength in the marketplace. But in all fairness, Google rarely goes big out of the gate with…
Subscriber declines don't matter much when those who stick around pay more than ever. But how much longer can these companies continue to defy gravity?
The specter of cord-cutting has finally caught up to American pay TV providers, which have suffered their first net loss of subscribers over a 12-month period, according to an analysis by Leichtman…
Netflix continues to be the biggest hog of Internet bandwidth in North America, with its video traffic jumping more than 35% in March from a year earlier, according to a new study. The…
YouTube is betting Internet users will pay a couple of bucks per month to select from a broad range of genre content — from "Sesame Street," "Inspector Gadget" and NatGeo Kids content to UFC…
Mounting a fresh challenge to cable and satellite TV operators around the world, Google’s YouTube this week will launch several dozen special-interest subscription-video channels in 10 countries…
LAS VEGAS – Verizon chairman-CEO Lowell McAdam said Tuesday that in answer to cord-cutting and consumer pressure the TV industry should be open to the idea of a-la-carte cable subscriptions. Speaking…
A new deal with Viacom may be indication that Amazon runs deep, but a rising tide roiling the streaming video space is creeping up on the online retail giant.
The broadcast networks will find themselves with some unexpected company this fall in their pursuit of eyeballs and ad revenues: Yahoo.
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