Amazon is said to be meeting with a few of the big media companies, eyeing the possibility of licensing their TV channels, in a report that comes the same day Verizon makes a big step toward such a service.
CEO Les Moonves says his broadcast network would "probably" be part of Internet-delivered TV from Apple. The deciding factor? Cold hard cash.
The electronics giant is talking with TV programmers about offering an Internet-based pay TV service, according to a report from Recode.
Three years since its last major upgrade, another Apple event has come and gone without a peep about Apple's streaming-video box. Here's why we're still waiting.
Sports are often seen as the linchpin keeping people in pricey cable packages, but a recent survey found most subscribers don't need games to keep paying for TV. Plus, many sports fans would pony up for streaming.
The chief executive of HBO-parent Time Warner says he's "pretty confident" Apple will launch its own streaming TV offering soon. Also: HBO chief says HBO Now will soon be available through more ISPs.
The lawsuit comes after Verizon unveiled new bundles that allow customers to choose specific packages of channels that can be swapped every 30 days.
After service providers and rights holders were called on by the Australian Government to develop a code to address copyright infringement, the industry has responded with a three-strikes scheme for pirates.
The satellite-TV service provider is expected to unveil a new Internet-delivered TV service as it refocuses attention on its network and away from its contract disputes with content providers.
Some critics have blamed Australian pay TV service Foxtel's "outdated" business model for record breaking downloads of HBO's wildly popular show, but is the criticism warranted?