A new company, OmniVirt, is marketing technology that lets publishers run a 360 degree ad in-stream without a headset. The New York Times has an ad running now.
Comcast's CEO says it will keep winnowing down the cable networks it owns as consumers flee; Facebook tells Wall Street it has so many ads, it doesn't know where it will put them.
True believers still hold out hope, apparently, that Apple has a big plan for Apple TV. But maybe it really is just a hobby.
Twitter has amassed rights to MLB, NHL and NFL packages and now has one job left: Explaining itself to potential users who are still baffled by what Twitter does.
AwesomenessTV and the United Kingdom's ITV2 are announcing a partnership that includes a new UK program bloc and collaboration on other projects. ITV2 gets 75 hours of programming to start, rising to 100 a year later.
Surprisingly at a time streaming video has caused controversy and anger, the presidential race has just been dirty the old fashioned ways.
A new report says 25% of U.S. households don't subscriber to a pay TV service, and for 17%, over-the-air is all there is
It is announcing its new Enterprise endeavor, pitching big-business users, including an asset management system that lets a customer manage its assembled video and audio clips in one place.
Netflix's second-quarter subscriber numbers are way down. Maybe it's because their oldest customers have gone off exploring. And it's very likely they'll be back.
Meredith Corporation is expanding its technology and studios for live and virtual reality content. It affirmed its "continued investment in video technology as a key component of its editorial content and business strategy."