Cable shrinks as connected TVs rise in America: study
A recent LRG survey found that 65% of U.S. households now own a connected TV device, nearly double the number of set-top boxes in homes.
Streaming devices a hot commodity during Black Friday blow-out
With 57 million Americans expected to buy tech products this year, a new study puts connected TVs among the top-10 best sellers for the first time.
Roku rises above the rest in connected TV market: study
While the top-performing brands hold on to 86% of the market, newer streaming devices with different functionality could shake things up.
Amazon drops video support for Google TV
Is the SVOD limiting itself? It’s cut support for older smart TV platforms, and has limited availability compared to competitors.
Lenovo enters the streaming device market
The Chinese tech company’s new TV plug-in could present some competition for the Google Chromecast.
Global OTT subscriptions will triple over five years: study
Connected televisions and the Asian market will be key factors in the global surge of OTT subscription, according to Juniper Research.
Twitch comes to Roku
The partnership expands distribution for the social gaming platform, which attracts more than 100 million viewers per month to its website.
Targeting cord-cutters with Microsoft and Crackle
The head of Canadian media-buying agency ZenithOptimedia discusses a partnership with Microsoft Advertising to reach consumers on connected TVs.
PBS Kids talks Chromecast deal
VP of PBS Kids Digital Sara DeWitt dishes on details of the broadcaster’s distribution deal with Chromecast.
Amazon had us all Fired up – will the flame keep burning?
New set-top box Fire TV has a wealth of apps and games and even a remote control with voice search function. But digital content, not the box itself, is the real potential money-maker, says online video analyst Dan Rayburn.