All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Amazon’

Machinima partners with Amazon in an SVOD Pact

Machinima is coming to Amazon Prime Video as an add-on subscription service — the latest move by the digital programmer centered on fandom and gamer culture to diversify revenue beyond YouTube. In addition, Machinima reached a deal with British satcaster Sky, under which Machinima content

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

Amazon Inks Deal with eOne for Fear the Walking Dead

By Kristin Brzoznowski for World Screen Amazon has inked a deal with Entertainment One (eOne) for Fear the Walking Dead, the highly anticipated companion series to The Walking Dead, to be available to Prime members in select territories. The show will

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

Amazon Original Content Spend to Exceed $100 Million

By Jesse Whittock for TBI Vision Speaking on the firm’s second quarter earnings call, Amazon chief financial officer Tom Szkutak said: “We’re ramping up the spend from Q2 to Q3 significantly,” and adding: “It’ll also be a significant growth year-over-year”.

6 Questions that Address the HBO-Amazon Deal and What it Means for Netflix

By Josef Adalian for Vulture It’s not TV. It’s not HBO. It’s HBO on Amazon! Yesterday morning, the pay-cable pioneer and the streaming giant announced a multiyear deal to bring many (but not all) of HBO’s older shows to the Amazon

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.

TV Pilots Turn to Net, Not Networks

By Brian Stelter for The New York Times  In the television pilot that Cheyenne Jackson taped recently, he played an aggressive young news anchor whose ascendancy threatened an older colleague. It was a fitting metaphor for the industry itself, because

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