Twitch: a live-streaming company shifts its focus to grow non-gaming content on its platform
My winner/loser scenario is a David and Goliath story, still in its early stages but picking up serious steam, embedded in a larger conflict between two colossal mediums. I am interested primarily in podcasts, but before digging into podcasts specifically we need to step back and see the larger picture, a face-off between two mediums, with terrestrial radio on one hand and streaming services, including streaming radio, on the other.
Twitch, a wildly popular live-streaming platform for gamers, looks to become the next major broadcaster of our lives
The leader in media entertainment, Disney faces an existential crisis with the rise of digital streaming. With ~200,000 employees, established brands, and a business inextricably linked to the traditional system, how can Disney transform itself in today’s digital era?
Twitch – a live streaming platform for video games – has gained viewership that rivals CNN and MSNBC. With the help of its parent (Amazon), Twitch has a good chance of becoming the ESPN of Esports.
Major League Baseball Advanced Media has successfully developed the market-leading live streaming technology through an innovative, viewer-focused approach
Peloton uses the best in technology to elevate the indoor cycling experience for riders.
YY Inc., an incumbent PC live streaming player, lost its turf in the consumers' paradigm shift to mobile streaming