From SVODs to vMVPDs, telcos want to do more than provide internet connection for video
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are no longer just companies that consumers turn to for phone, internet and TV service.
As more people ditch their traditional pay-TV providers -- like the 1.3 million who did so in the third quarter of 2018 alone -- each of these companies has waded into the OTT industry to varying degrees.
Here is how the telcos are tackling the space.
AT&T has had its ups and downs in the OTT video market, with one of its most notable downs being the short-lived influencer-focused streaming service Fullscreen, which went offline last November after an 18-month run. But the telco has increased its investme...
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