According to rumours originating from the Australian Financial Review, Amazon Prime may be planning to launch their subscription video-on-demand service in that country before the end of the year.
When we think of Spotify, we don’t usually imagine video, but latest rumours suggest the world’s most popular music subscription service will begin streaming video later this week!
CBS and Warner Bros. are apparently in talks considering OTT delivery of The CW, the American broadcast TV network responsible for shows such as The Flash, Arrow and Jane the Virgin. But would The CW’s core audience really care?
With new SVOD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime taking on the big cable companies and seemingly winning, it certainly does look like this is the future of pay TV. Could cat video streamers YouTube be the next big company to roll out movies and major television shows?
Could the impossible really happen and Amazon Prime arrive on the Apple TV 4 to sit alongside Netflix and other competing apps? If a “reported” tweet by Amazon is anything to go, it could be here before Christmas!
In rather surprising news overnight, rumours are emerging of a plan from Amazon to integrate third party video-on-demand streaming services into their own.
With so many real announcements of updated set-top-boxes in the last few days, I was a little reluctant to add the new 4K Roku rumour into the mix until more evidence emerged. But it is really starting to look like a real thing.
Here we go again, thanks to a new report by Buzzfeed, the rumour mill is back in motion again, this time with a September date for the new Apple TV launch. It may just end up as another unfounded rumour, but it is far from crazy.
If you were wondering what has become of the long-rumoured Apple TV, that is, the actual television set with the big glassy bit on the front along with moving pictures in full technicolor, it seems Apple had shelved the project sometime last year.
There are a lot of hints that Apple will finally be updating their Apple TV set-top-box later this year, with a potential June unveiling, and possibly even launching. And according to a recent New York Times article, the new STB could even include a touch-sensitive remote.