You’re all probably familiar with the major players in the streaming wars, the tier that includes Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+. But if you look beyond them and turn off the flashing lights advertising the impending launches of Quibi, Peacock, and HBO Max, you might just be able to spot another layer of streaming warriors fighting on a separate battlefield. That’s the ad-supported video streaming market, and one of its biggest competitors was just acquired by the Fox Corporation. Read More »
Tubi, or not Tubi – that is the question. Fox Corp. – not to be confused with 20th Century Fox, which was sold to Disney and no longer really exists – is hoping to buy Tubi. What’s Tubi, you ask? Why, it’s a free streaming service with a funny name, of course. The streaming service offers free movies and TV shows with ads, and Fox is looking to purchase it for over $500 million.
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Tubi, a streaming service with a terrible name but some surprisingly strong content, is stepping up their game. The free streaming service plans to invest $100 million-plus on content this year, and expand internationally. The service already offers 12,000 movies and TV series, and that number will only expand with this new initiative.
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