Netflix may have set a precedent in the online video world with the debut of its own shows such as reviving the "Arrested Development" series and new shows like "Orange is the New Black," but will others like Hulu, which is now owned by Disney, Fox and Comcast follow the same path?
Netflix blazed a trail in online video this year with its aggressive original programming strategy. It's a strategy others will probably adopt. But I wonder how free Hulu will be to bid on new shows.
Online-video aggregators such as Hulu and Netflix are "here to stay" and will increasingly be offered by traditional pay-TV operators alongside those operators' own services, TiVo CEO Tom Rogers told investors at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia conference Tuesday.
While there are a number of options for consumers to get streaming video, a new Nielsen study illustrates that Netflix is the dominant provider. A survey revealed that 38 percent of Americans said they use Netflix, while 18 percent use Hulu and 13 percent stream on Amazon.
More British TV shows are coming to Hulu Plus. The online video site struck a deal with BBC Worldwide North America involving non-exclusive rights to some 144 titles, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Netflix might increase the amount of money it spends on original series more than expected.
Getting an accurate picture of how popular TV shows are on digital platforms like Netflix is a challenge because the companies which have the data are not eager to share it, James Packer, Lionsgate's president of worldwide television and digital distribution, said at the Next TV Summit here Wednesday.
Netflix introduced its service in the Netherlands Wednesday, checking another country off its list of international expansion plans.
Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), Hulu and other over the top (OTT) continue to draw the ire of pay-TV and broadband providers alike, but Virgin Media's (Nasdaq: VMED) move to set up a Netflix app on its...
A Netflix app, long shunned by pay-TV operators, will be available for some Virgin Media subscribers in the U.K. on their operator-leased TiVo boxes, the companies said.