Can Star Trek Help CBS’ Streaming Service?

Can Star Trek Help CBS’ Streaming Service?

The new Star Trek: Discovery series on CBS has received many positive reviews so far. This is the first time a new Star Trek series has aired in a decade, and in that timespan, we’ve seen massive changes in TV viewing habits. The series has aired five episodes, and...
Next Content Rights Battle: Bond, James Bond

Next Content Rights Battle: Bond, James Bond

The recent announcement by Disney that they will be pulling their properties (including Star Wars and Pixar) from Netflix and AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner, which would include all HBO original programming and the Warner Bros. catalog, has major players...
YouTube TV Continues Expansion into New Markets

YouTube TV Continues Expansion into New Markets

Just a few weeks ago, Google’s YouTube TV expanded into 14 markets. This week it announced the addition of 12 more markets that include: Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San...
Roku Launching Free, Ad-supported Movie Channel

Roku Launching Free, Ad-supported Movie Channel

On the heels of their recent IPO announcement, Roku has just announced that they will be launching a new streaming video movie channel. The Roku Channel, which is free to all viewers, will be available on all Roku players, sticks and TVs in the U.S. and it will carry...
Apple Ups Stakes in Live Streaming with 4K TV

Apple Ups Stakes in Live Streaming with 4K TV

Just a few weeks after Apple’s announcement to spend $1 billion on new entertainment content, the company is preparing to unveil an updated version of its TV app along with a new 4K-ready version of its Apple TV streaming box in September. The new TV app is going to...