VideoFuel: Gen Z’s Increasing Mobile Video Consumption, T-Mobile's New Streaming Service, And More

By Rachel DeSimone on October 30, 2020

This Week in the Digital Video Industry: 10/23-10/30

1 Streaming Was Part of the Future--Now It's the Only Future

With the end of the year in sight and the entertainment industry crowded with streaming options, legacy companies are making big bets on their new services, using public executive shake-ups and declarations of digital-first importance to make their point heard. 

2 Gen Z Increasingly Take Up Mobile for Video Consumption

In a market snapshot highlighting the importance of mobile video among an increasingly important demographic, Parks Associates has found that viewing on a smartphone or tablet now accounts for over 40% of all video hours for Gen Z.

3 T-Mobile Expands Into Live Internet TV With New TVision Streaming Service

After years of anticipation, T-Mobile is finally getting into the live TV business with the launch of a new internet-based streaming service called TVision, launching on November 1st.

4 Comcast Talks Up Peacock's AVOD/SVOD Hybrid Model As Sign Ups Surge

NBCUniversal’s newly launched streamer Peacock has reached 22 million sign-ups in a better-than-expected quarter for parent company Comcast.

5 'CTV Took From Everybody': How Connected TV Won This Year's Upfront

The dollars have already started following audiences who are increasing tuning out of linear TV and into streaming. But this year that flow of money picked up pace. 


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