In yet another example of a streaming video platform experiencing technical issues during a high-volume viewing event, HBO Now and HBO Go both drew numerous viewer complaints during Sunday night's highly anticipated season premiere of Game of Thrones.
Twitter has emerged as the unlikely winning bidder of NFL Thursday night streaming rights, beating out Verizon, as well as digital rivals including Amazon, Yahoo and Facebook.
Making an aggressive move into a home entertainment market bereft of 4K content, Sony said its "Ultra" movie streaming service will launch April 4.
The growing concern that the residential pay-TV installation business will soon be over-run by virtualized services just got reinforced in a big way, with AT&T announcing the introduction of three DirecTV streaming services.
As the NFL looks to further extend its very stretched broadcast licensing reach to even more digital platforms, CBS Corp. has given it even more incentive.
CBS Corp. and Warner Bros. are pondering an SVOD version of their CW Network as the broadcast station affiliation agreement the two companies used to start the network 10 years ago gets ready to expire.
After deeming its live-steam of a London-based regular season game on Yahoo in October a success, the NFL said it will stream three more games next season from Wembley Stadium.
Verizon is releasing an upgraded mobile app that enables streaming of all DVR content outside the home, reports media tech blogger David Zatz.
Disney has launched its SVOD platform, DisneyLife, right on its announced schedule in the UK.
Univision has become the latest broadcaster to bypass the pay-TV industry's TV Everywhere campaign and go directly to consumers with a subscription streaming platform.