It’s official: Quibi’s pricey programming slate will live on at Roku. As previously reported, Roku has acquired exclusive global rights to 75 of the now-defunct streaming service’s shows in a deal that The Wall Street Journal says was priced at "significantly less" than $100 million.
- Defunct Quibi Settles Lawsuit Accusing It Of Tech Theft
Roku Has Officially Acquired Quibi’s Pricey Programming Library
Quibi Reportedly In Talks To Sell Its Originals To Roku
Quibi is dead, but its content may be headed for resurrection.
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Quibi blew through most of $1.75 billion by relying on last-generation strategies and not-quite-ready tech. But its collapse provides lessons for everyone else.
- Quibi To Shutter Roughly Dec. 1, Stays TBD On Whether Content Will Live On Elsewhere
- Quibi Reportedly Seeking A Buyer After Lackluster First Months
- Quibi Tries To Spur Second (Or First?) Wave Of Hype On Social Video
- Chrissy Teigen Gets Second Quibi Series That Riffs On The ‘Everything Is Cake’ Meme
- Just 8% Of Quibi’s Early Free Trial Users Converted To Paying Subscribers (Report)
- Quibi Predicted It Would Net 7 Million Year-One Subscribers. It’s On Track To Bring In Just 2 Million. (Report)
- Jeffrey Katzenberg, Meg Whitman Deny Quibi Is Considering Layoffs As Company Execs Take 10% Pay Cut
- Jeffrey Katzenberg On Quibi’s 1.3 Million Active Users: “It’s Not Close To What We Wanted”