HBO Max Expands to Europe October 26

HBO Max has announced plans to expand to its first six European markets on October 26.

Four Labor Unions Ask FTC to Block Amazon’s MGM Purchase

The Strategic Organizing Center (SOC) has written the Federal Trade Commission, asking the agency to block Amazon’s MGM purchase.

AT&T and TPG Capital Complete DirecTV Spin-Off

AT&T and TPG Capital have completed their DirecTV deal, spinning off the brand from AT&T.

HBO Forces Apple TV Users to HBO Max, Shuts Down Apple TV Channel

HBO has shut down its Apple TV Channel, forcing users to embrace HBO Max instead.

Streaming TV Only 26% of Market But Growing Fast

Streaming TV may be constantly in the news, with a new service seemingly cropping up every week, but it still comprises a minority of the market.

A Single Customer Was Responsible for Fastly’s Outage

Fastly has said a single customer caused yesterday’s outage, an outage that had widespread repercussions.

CDN Glitch Leads to Massive Internet Outages

A glitch at Fastly, a popular CDN, led to outages for some of the internet’s biggest sites Tuesday morning.

AT&T Scores on Wireless Growth and HBO Max

AT&T reported its first-quarter results, scoring big on wireless subscriber growth and HBO Max subscriptions.

Mozilla Leads the Charge For Net Neutrality’s Reinstatement

Mozilla, along with a coalition of companies, has sent a letter to the FCC asking for the reinstatement of net neutrality.

AT&T Will Start Counting HBO Max Against Data Plans

AT&T has announced it will start counting HBO Max against wireless data plans, ending a previous exemption.