Peacock has ended its free tier for new subscribers, only offering them a choice of paid plans.
Netflix is experimenting with changes to its plans, possibly charging more for customers who share their account with others.
YouTube TV lost, and quickly regained, Disney-owned channels following issues negotiating a new contract.
DirecTV is raising its streaming and satellite TV packages starting in January.
YouTube TV may lose access to Disney-owned channels as the two companies work to hammer out a new deal.
YouTube TV and NBCUniversal have reached a deal for YouTube TV to continue carrying NBCUniversal’s (NBCU) channels.
Netflix has purchased Night School Studio, its first game studio, as the company expands from streaming into gaming.
HBO Max has announced plans to expand to its first six European markets on October 26.
Lowcast has informed subscribers it will be ending its service following an unfavorable court ruling.
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.
Apple is shortening the length of the Apple TV+ free trial, from a full year to three months, effective July 1.
Roku has accused Google of “predatory, anti-competitive and discriminatory” actions regarding its YouTube TV streaming service.
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.
Netflix is beginning to crack down on individuals who share their account with others outside of the home.
After months of exploring a potential sale of DirecTV, AT&T has decided to spin off the satellite TV service.
YouTube TV is adding some big new features, including 4K video, unlimited concurrent streams and offline viewing.
At its latest Un-carrier event, T-Mobile has unveiled TVision, its take on streaming and live TV.