According to numerous reports Amazon is very close to a deal to buy MGM Studios and its film library for nearly $9 billion with debt. This would significantly alter the streaming wars and give Amazon a huge base of over…
Code in the iOS 14.5 beta has provided a clue about a possible Apple TV refresh, one with 120Hz support.
Google is backing away from making games for its Stadia gaming platform, shutting down the involved studios.
Netflix is reportedly working on a new feature that will primarily benefit Apple users with certain AirPods.
AT&T is reportedly fielding offers to sell its DirecTV satellite service, as the service shrinks due to the rise of streaming options.
T-Mobile informed TVision subscribers they will be receiving 30+ channels, normally part of the Vibe plan, for free.
Hulu is once again raising prices on its Hulu + Live TV streaming service, the latest price increase among streaming services.
Legendary media executive Tom Rogers says that investors need to look under the hood a bit with Disney+ because a quarter of its subscribers are from a low-revenue deal with Hotstar based in India.
Walmart and Comcast are in talks to partner on smart TVs running Comcast’s software.
During the pandemic, Netflix has become so dominant that over the next few years they will be able to launch a movie every day, something their competition simply won’t be able to match.
AT&T’s streaming video service HBO Max is at a huge disadvantage to tech companies in the streaming video market says AT&T CEO, John Stankey.
Google made a surprise announcement today, unveiling its take on television: Google TV.
ViacomCBS is seeking streaming supremacy by leveraging both Paramount’s content and the historic Paramount brand. The company says they are rebranding CBS All Access as Paramount+ as a result of the merger of CBS and Viacom last year.
In an effort to ease the strain on internet infrastructure, the European Union is asking that Netflix stream video to standard definition when necessary.
Discord announced it is temporarily increasing the number of people who can view a live stream to 50 as a result of the coronavirus.
Amazon AppStream has received an upgrade, adding native application mode for Windows PCs.
YouTube TV is notifying users that it has lost the rights to Sinclair-owned channels, including Fox Regional Sports and the YES Network.