streaming video service

streaming video service

An organization such as Netflix and Hulu that delivers on-demand movies and other video content from the Internet to a user's TV, computer or mobile device. See streaming video, Netflix and Hulu.
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pay-per-minute streaming video service for its mobile subscribers.
In 2016, Netflix (with an already enormous footprint in the United States) expanded its online streaming video service to 130 new countries, adding more than 12 million subscribers in nine months and bringing its total to 87 million.
Walt Disney has also opposed the idea and is not in talks with Apple and Comcast as it plans to launch its own streaming video service, and has already announced it will pull its content from Netflix.
1 streaming video service among Cord Cutters, with 57% saying they have used the service in the past year; in addition, 50% said they had used YouTube and 37% used Amazon.
Headlines about the behemoth streaming video service were suddenly everywhere.
TV(R), a leading online streaming video service for children ages 12 and under owned by A Parent Media Co.
Public Library has also been an OverDrive customer since 2005 and adopted its streaming video service in February 2014.
And to entice more people to sign up for the service at the $99 price, which includes its streaming video service, the retailer said it inked a deal with HB O to stream some of its older shows online beginning on May 21.
As Rakuten seeks to become the world's number one Internet services company, its acquisitions have included e-reading platform Kobo for 315 million dollars, Spanish streaming video service Wuaki.
Amazon Prime offers customers free two-day shipping and streaming video service.
OverDrive, a provider of digital books, audiobooks, music, and video, has rolled out a pilot program of its new streaming video service at the Los Angeles Public Library.