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MSNBC is taking to digital video to incubate new content and hosts, and to reach further into the world of the Millennials.

HBO GO has rolled out on Amazon Fire TV, integrating its full catalogue into Fire TV's voice search. HBO GO will also be available on Fire TV Stick this spring.

Q3 2014 was rather good for technology giant Cisco in video infrastructure according to a study from the Synergy Research Group (SRG).

The US Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Digital Network has deployed the Digital Stadium solution from Piksel to deliver its live and archived sports coverage to fans across the world using online video.

YouTube has released an advertising-supported offline feature on Android and iOS smartphones in India to make video viewing on mobiles more enjoyable.

The shifting media consumption landscape, in which IP distribution and IP consumption are important imperatives for traditional broadcasters as well as new media companies, is driving uptake of x86 processors within media workloads.

Eyes on the Go has announced a premium live broadcast solution that includes high definition (HD) streaming. It enables venues to use multiple cameras with visual transition effects via the service.

In a deal which clearly shows the potential of the leading YouTube multichannel networks, Hearst has acquired a 25% interest in multi-platform media company AwesomenessTV (ATV) in a deal valued at $81.25 million.