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March 2019 - Streaming Media Sourcebook
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Troy Dreier
Senior Editor

Troy Dreier is the senior editor for StreamingMedia.com and is responsible for all day-to-day editorial operations on the site, including news reporting, online story assignments, and blog scheduling. Prior to that he was a fulltime freelance writer specializing in consumer technology, and prior to that he was a staff editor for PC Magazine (back when it was a magazine). He writes The Industry column for StreamingMedia.com, which looks at the content that streams to our devices and gets to know the inspired creators, charismatic influencers, and marketing mavens who produce it.

Articles By Troy Dreier

The State of Live Video 2019

From the big games to corporate events, live video remains the cutting edge of streaming video. Will 2019 be the year that many decide to cut the cord and stream their live channels?
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2019

SVODs Reach 60% of North American Households, Finds Futuresource

As the streaming video market gets more crowded, consumers get more confused. Look for aggregation services to grow in importance, with Apple and Amazon taking the lead.
Online Video News, Posted 18 Apr 2019

How Much Will Fans Spend on Sports Content? $39/Month: Deltatre

For two-thirds of sports fans, their devotion has a financial limit of $39 per month. Two-thirds refuse to pay more than that for content from their favorites teams.
Online Video News, Posted 17 Apr 2019

28% Watch Their Phones While They're Watching TV, Finds Facebook

They might be sitting in front of the TV with a favorite program on, but where is their attention? An eye-tracking study from Facebook shows our divided viewing habits.
Blog, Posted 17 Apr 2019

WarnerMedia Builds a Better Streaming App for its Upcoming OTT Service

The company is listening to what consumers want in order to differentiate its offering. By asking questions and learning about pain points, it hopes to gain an advantage.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Apr 2019

AT&T Sells its 10% of Hulu Back, Valuing the Company at $15B

Three years ago, Time Warner bought a minority stake in the streaming service for $600 million. Yesterday, AT&T sold that minority position for $1.43 billion.
Online Video News, Posted 16 Apr 2019

Vimeo Buys Video Creation Company Magisto for an Undisclosed Sum

Using Magisto's AI-powered video editing tools, Vimeo aims to help small businesses turn out professional-looking videos for less time and money.
Online Video News, Posted 15 Apr 2019

Disney+ Competes on Price, Could Have 75M Subscribers by 2024

Disney revealed several details on its long-awaited direct-to-consumer video streaming service, Disney+, which will go for $6.99 per month.
Online Video News, Posted 12 Apr 2019

Kaltura and Dativa Partner on Data-Driven Marketing Solution

Called a "data lake," the offering lets marketers use AI and segment modeling to optimize campaigns before pushing them out into the real world.
Online Video News, Posted 11 Apr 2019

vMVPDs Are Bloated; It's Time to Retire the Term 'Skinny Bundle'

All the channels viewers want and even more they don't! Monthly prices that come close to pay TV! What's not to love about today's skinny bundles? Almost everything.
Blog, Posted 11 Apr 2019

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