All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Hulu’

A new Hulu takes shape

By Joseph Williams OTT is growing up. Netflix Inc. has long led the way in monetizing video on demand, and many OTT companies have tried to recreate its recipe. But the first way to profit is never the only way

Streaming Services Can Use Creative Windowing to Succeed

By Joseph Williams CBS Corp.’s Les Moonves and Time Warner Inc.’s Jeffrey Bewkes barely rang in the new year before attempting to make more over-the-top television history, it seems. Already, Moonves surprised industry observers by launching CBS All Access, the

2015: OTT, A Year In Review

By Tom Butts Netflix, Amazon, Yahoo, Hulu… who would have thought as recently as five years ago that these services would have some of the most innovative programming on television? If you doubt the strength of OTT, you don’t have

Survey Concludes Consumers Prefer Alternative Viewing Platforms to Cable & Satellite TV

By Kristin Brzoznowski for World Screen The use of alternative viewing platforms by U.S. consumers is poised to eclipse cable and satellite TV, with nearly half of consumers already using streaming video services such as Netflix, Apple TV, Amazon Prime

FilmTake OTT Video Report Summary

Over-the-Top Video Present & Future The Latest International Distribution Data & Insights TV is taking over the Internet – not the other way around “Consumers do not care which pipe information and entertainment comes from, provided the service delivers the

SVOD Report: Bulk buying is out, exclusivity is in

By Melita Kuburas for StreamDaily SVOD services are shaking up the syndication model, spending more on individual shows than they did on bulk libraries just a few years ago. That’s according to an in-depth report from RBC Capital Markets titled

Netflix and YouTube Represent 50% of Downstream Traffic During Peak Hours in September, Study Says

By Todd Spangler for Variety  Netflix remains the biggest pig in the broadband python, representing 31.6% of all downstream Internet traffic in North America during primetime hours in September – well ahead of any other streaming service, according to a new study.

Online TV and Video to Generate $35B by 2018

By Robert Briel for Broadband TV News Global online TV and video revenues (over fixed broadband networks) will reach $34.99 billion in 2018, a massive increase from the $3.98 billion recorded in 2010 and the $15.94 billion expected in 2013,

42% of Xbox Live Subscribers Stream 30 Hours of Video Each Month

By Jim O’Neil for TheConvergence.TV Gaming consoles may be losing ground to dedicated streaming set-top boxes like Roku and Apple TV, but they retain an important place in the content ecosystem. Speaking at Microsoft’s annual meeting with financial analysts Thursday,

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