Wavefront TV’s take on last week:
Fubo’s IPO marks a turning point for the connected TV industry. As one of the first “independent” platforms going public – although not entirely independent (Disney acquires a substantial stake in FUBO TV) – Fubo’s model of finding a niche that works shows that not every platform needs to be all things to all people. It also demonstrates that the power of connected TV continues to be in liner/streaming executions and access to live programming wherever possible. Good luck to Fubo and their eventual acquirer and overlord, Disney 🙂
Now, on to the news:
Wavefront TV’s take: Streaming matters and local is the key to unlocking older demographics and non-cord cutters.
Related News: Tubi is now in the streaming business.
Wavefront TV’s take: New platform alert and why niche platforms matter.
Wavefront TV’s take: Xumo is growing!
Wavefront TV’s take: Google continues to bring order to their CTV universe.
Wavefront TV’s take: It was only a matter of time before Facebook came for your TV.
Wavefront TV’s take: In the arms race of connected TV, Disney and Apple are still giants.
Wavefront TV’s take: Quibi news and Quibi needs money.