Netflix will now start cancelling inactive subscriptions if subscribers don’t confirm they want to keep them.
Hulu’s new user interface will make the service’s apps easier to navigate.
The AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW channel is once again available to download on Roku devices.
New subscribers now get more free content during their initial month with Sling TV’s new Premium Pass.
Amazon delves deeper into free content with a new Fire TV tab that will quickly and easily highlight free movies and shows.
Once again, Roku had another great quarter which ended with just under 40 million active accounts.
YouTube TV’s channel lineup is getting a major boost, but subscribers will have to wait a little longer.
Pluto TV keeps growing and the latest milestone takes it one step closer to year’s end goal.
After a long wait, the TiVo Stream 4K has now launched and is available to buy.
If the latest rumor is correct, Android TV is about to head back to 2010 and Google TV.
fuboTV had almost 316,000 subscribers at the close of 2019. It should have more.
HBO Max is due to launch later this month at $14.99 per month. Right now, you can lock in a subscription for $11.99.
Multiple Prime Video users recently reported an issue which seemed specific to the SHIELD TV. It’s fixed though now.
If you’re a YouTube TV subscriber, you can take advantage of some extended free trials.
CBP announced the seizure of 1,600 “counterfeit Roku streaming device remotes.” Estimating the value of this many real remotes to be $80k.
Disney+ has beefed up security for iOS users with the option to log out of all devices.
Quibi will reportedly let some users cast content from their phone to the TV, starting in May.
Even though many are at home and turning to streaming services, they are still leaving AT&T TV NOW.
The question was always how many subscribers would Netflix gain, but the answer is still surprising.
HBO Max now has an official launch day. However, if you start streaming then, it’ll be for the shows and movies you’ve already seen.