VideoFuel: This Week in the Digital Video Industry 8/8-8/14

By Rachel DeSimone on August 14, 2020

1 WarnerMedia Looking to Sell Crunchyroll Anime Streaming Service for At Least $1 Billion

One of the potential buyers is Sony Pictures Entertainment, which operates the competing Funimation service.

2 Streaming Now Accounts for 25% of U.S. TV Usage

As of this year’s second quarter, streaming now accounts for a quarter of all television minutes viewed, according to Nielsen’s latest Total Audience Report.

3 Apple About to Launch New Fitness Service, Report Says

Apple is about to change its subscription services, like Apple Music, Apple TV+ and so on, with a new Fitness service announced in the coming weeks.

4 Quibi is Looking to Market Its Way Back Into the Streaming Conversation 

As it looks for a rebound after a pause for reassessment, new third-party research shows the startup is starting to blow the trumpets again, only in a different key.

5 The Streaming Media 50: The 50 Companies That Matter Most in Online Video 

Recognizing the companies that enable video services to deliver great content to consumers reliably at the highest possible quality on every device.

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