• The Wild Resurgence Of Nature Programming
    With their mostly family-friendly content and epic scale, nature documentaries such as "Planet Earth" and "Frozen Planet" have become must-haves in the era of high-concept comedy and niche dramas.
  • Apple Event Leaves More Questions Than Answers On Streaming Video Play
    Apple TV+ will be available on Apple devices, and on third-party devices from smart TV makers like Samsung, and connected TV devices from Roku and Amazon. It will be a subscription product, and it will not have ads.
  • Combat Sports Find New Home On Streaming Platforms
    All WWE and UFC signature events, which had been a staple of pay-per-view, will be offered directly to consumers over streaming devices through ESPN+ and WWE Network starting this year, while many of the very top boxing matches will only be available on DAZN.
  • Changing Consumer Habits Spark Opportunity In Niche Streaming Space
    BroadwayHD seeks to take advantage of the Broadway brand, while being a global service.
  • AT&T's HBO Shakeup Suggests Big Changes Coming Ahead Of Streaming Launch
    HBO chief Richard Plepler and Turner President David Levy announced their imminent departures, with former Showtime and NBC exec Bob Greenblatt brought in to lead content for WarnerMedia, including HBO and the company's upcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service.
  • Hulu And YouTube Prepare To Overtake Satellite Giants Atop Streaming Bundle Market
    The success of Hulu and YouTube TV shows the power of marketing and consumer experience.
  • Roku Teases Its Ad-Centric Future
    In Roku's latest letter to shareholders released last week, executives outlined four key areas of investment for the company -- all related to advertising in some way.
  • 2019's Big Streaming Launches Take Shape
    Hulu and WarnerMedia used the Television Critics Association Winter press tour last week to tee up new programming,
  • YouTube's Long Game: To Become A Bit More Like Google
    "YouTube is a place where we see users not only come for entertainment, they come to find information -- they're coming to learn about things," says Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
  • Would Netflix Ever Sell To Apple?
    Rumors of such a tie-up were given new life this week after a JPMorgan research note suggested such a deal is "the best strategic fit" when looking at potential acquisitions in the video space. Of course, a good strategic fit isn't the only necessary component to a deal.
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