Twitter has finally taken the wraps off of Twitter Blue, its subscription service aimed at power users.
According to numerous reports Amazon is very close to a deal to buy MGM Studios…
Roku has officially lost the YouTube TV app, after previously warning its customers of the possibility.
On the heals of its announcement about podcast subscriptions, Spotify is notifying some users they will have to pay more.
Roku has accused Google of “predatory, anti-competitive and discriminatory” actions regarding its YouTube TV streaming service.
Spotify is ramping up its competition with Apple, with plans to introduce podcast subscriptions with no cut taken from the podcaster.
AT&T reported its first-quarter results, scoring big on wireless subscriber growth and HBO Max subscriptions.
Microsoft has announced its Xbox Cloud Gaming will enter beta Tuesday, giving users the opportunity to test the service on PCs and iOS devices.
Tech workers at The New York Times have formed a union, part of an ongoing trend within the tech industry.
Investment bank Cowen is predicting Apple News+ will account for $2.2 billion in revenue and have some 19 million users by 2023.
During yesterday’s earnings call Disney CEO Bob Chapek said it has accelerated the company’s pivot towards a DTC-first business model.
In the ongoing saga of streaming services and content providers, Sling and its parent Dish have lost some regional sports networks (RSN).
T-Mobile has announced it is effectively killing off its TVision streaming service, less than a year after its debut, steering customers towards YouTube TV.
Verizon’s Look Forward report has a number of important insights, including the growing importance of streaming TV and mobile gaming.
Square has bought a majority stake in TIDAL, the music streaming service built and co-owned by artists.