Verizon to shut down Go90

U.S telecommunications company Verizon is shutting down its mobile video service Go90 after nearly three years of its launch, a company spokeswoman said, according to Reuters.
“Following the creation of Oath, Go90 will be discontinued,” a spokeswoman said in an email. “Verizon will focus on building its digital-first brands at scale in sports, finance, news and entertainment for today’s mobile consumers and tomorrow’s 5G applications.”
Verizon launched Go90 in October 2015 with a mix of original short-form videos, sports and television programming, all for free. However, with the acquisition of Yahoo it was later put under the umbrella of Oath (combination between Yahoo and AOL).
Representatives of Go90 have begun informing content providers about plans to end both the go90 brand and the video streaming app by July 31, online magazine Digiday reported, citing four sources familiar with the situation.