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TiVo focuses on OTT apps, pay-TV relationships in shaky earnings

DVR manufacturer TiVo, which has been offering OTT-enabled set-tops to both consumers and pay-TV operator partners, saw lower profits in its fiscal 2015 third quarter, coming in one cent below analyst estimates at 6 cents per share, with net income of $6.35 million.

HBO goes to China, signing OTT distribution deal with Tencent

HBO may not have disclosed much, at all, about its planned standalone over-the-top service in the United States, but the premium network is about to make waves in China, announcing a deal with online video giant Tencent that will see many of its series distributed through Tencent's website "in the very near future." Terms of the deal were not disclosed, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Google, Roku stand to rake in holiday streaming stick sales

Streaming sticks will be one of the hottest stocking stuffers this holiday season, if new data from Parks Associates is any indication.

Aereo files for bankruptcy, closing a pioneering chapter in OTT streaming

Embattled OTA-over-OTT provider Aereo filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Friday in the Southern District of New York, citing an "uncertain regulatory and legal climate" that has kept the startup from operating since June.

Broadband sports to hit the big time, TDG says

With the NFL jumping into online video with its NFL Now app, and regional networks like Pac-12 debuting their own OTT experiences, the idea of watching sports online is transitioning from an optional activity to must-see video. And next year, "broadband sports," as TDG analyst Joel Espelien dubs it, is set to take off in a big way.

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