Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Warner Bros. Acquires Video-On-Demand Service DramaFever

The investment comes at a time when there are more than 100 Internet video services operating in the U.S., with at least 40% launching during the past two years, according to Dallas consulting firm Parks Associates. The new TV landscape is pressuring traditional media companies to have a hand in the shifting tide.

From the article "Warner Bros. Acquires Video-On-Demand Service DramaFever" by Yvonne Villarreal.

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