Just over a year ago, Viacom pulled their programming from PlayStation Vue and Hulu. According to Viacom during a time they wanted to concentration on wire TV use instead of streaming services. Now it looks like Viacom is carrying second thoughts.
This week Viacom’s CFO Wade Davis pronounced that Viacom expects that Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon will eventually be combined to Hulu and YouTube TV. Well, that is good news for many it is important to discuss that Davis did not discuss PlayStation Vue.
“We’re intensely well-represented in a normal distributor lead practical MVPDs, that’s Sling TV and DirecTV Now. And those are unequivocally a practical MVPDs that matter,” Davis said. “We’d adore to be on [Hulu and YouTube TV], we’re in discussions with those guys all a time and we’re confident that we’re going to … make swell with some of a practical MVPDs that we’re not on.”
So what is holding Viacom behind right now? There is expected to categorical issues holding Viacom back. First Viacom is pulling for a partnership with CBS. It is probable they wish to finish a partnership before they determine to any new deals. Viacom is also likely hoping to reason out for a improved understanding to get some-more income from YouTube TV and Hulu.
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