HBO is offering a limited-time deal for subscribers who pre-order the streaming service.
Streaming service Quibi is beginning to feel the pinch of its lackluster performance since launching last month.
Netflix is canceling dormant accounts if owners do not respond to a message from the company.
The nine-part series is called “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady."
NASCAR awarded an international sportsbook operator livestreaming rights for the first time in its history.
The announcement follows the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement on Twitter.
The series is co-produced by James’s media brand Uninterrupted and sports content firm Religion of Sports, which Brady co-founded with fellow NFL great Michael Strahan.
Apple is reportedly buying older content for its streaming platform, which launched late last year and has 27 original shows.
ESPN's new hit docuseries "The Last Dance" has shed light on Michael Jordan's "Be Like Mike" campaign with Gatorade. It turns out the melodic jingle would have never been made if it weren't inadvertently for the Walt Disney Corporation.
Oprah announced the launch of her virtual wellness tour, a free and interactive four-week Zoom event that will air on Saturdays at 11 a.m. EDT starting May 16.
Disney is releasing the highly anticipated "Hamilton" movie in July, a year earlier than planned.
An analyst from Digital TV Research says Disney+ is getting a serious subscriber boost from COVID-19.
Roku Inc posted a bigger net loss in the first quarter on Thursday, as the video streaming device maker spent more to attract subscribers to its free ad-supported channel, sending its shares down 7 percent early in extended trading.
To make watching even more enjoyable for avid watchers or new subscribers, Netflix cultivated a new "Top 10" feature.
A guide to the most popular streaming services by their numbers.
Here's how much the nine "Star Wars" films brought in at the box office.
Disney+ has moved some big releases ahead of schedule to keep subscribers hooked.
Movies that debuted on a streaming service without a theatrical run will be eligible for the Oscars, but only for this year.
After three weeks of digital release, the 'Trolls' sequel has racked up nearly nearly five million rentals, generating more revenue for Universal than the original “Trolls” did during its five-month theatrical run.
Nearly 40 shorts, features and episodic programs are available to stream for free.