Streaming Service

Bell Canada to Launch New Internet Streaming Service

According to a new report from TheStar, Bell Canada will launch a new streaming service to attract customers who prefer watching videos over the internet instead of traditional TV service. CEO George Cope said the company will announce its plans within the next four to six weeks. The company is trying to combat the trend...

Apple’s Eddy Cue Explains What’s Next For TV in Interview With CNN

Apple executive Eddy Cue sat down with CNN’s Brian Stelter last week for a two-part interview about the new Apple TV. The executive described the fourth-generation device as an "add-on for most people," since content providers such as ABC, CNN, and WatchESPN still require authenticating with a cable TV subscription. CNNMoney has now shared a...

Apple to Launch Music Streaming Service Tomorrow, Confirms Sony Music CEO

In an on-stage interview at Midem in Cannes today, Sony Music CEO Doug Morris has confirmed that Apple will unveil its new music streaming service tomorrow at the World Wide Developers Conference 2015 event in San Francisco (via VentureBeat). “It’s happening tomorrow,” Morris said during an interview primarily focused on his storied career in the music industry. He...

Google Announces YouTube Music Key Streaming Service For $7.99 Per Month

Today YouTube, a Google-owned company, announced a new subscription streaming service called YouTube Music Key. The service offers ad-free music on YouTube, along with offline viewing and background playback. The service, which is priced at $7.99, also includes access to Google Play Music. Google’s Spotify competitor gives users access to more than 30 million songs. Google...