Google, the Google-owned video-streaming service, and the video-blogging site YouTube announced Monday they are buying medians xl and Mega Media for $250 million.
Medians xls and MegaMedia will each be the company’s biggest deals ever, and they are the first ever mega deal to be announced in the media.
Medias xls is a service that lets people stream videos to their TVs from Google Fiber-compatible devices.
Medi’s xl service lets people rent out their devices for a fee and then rent out more devices.
Mega has long been a favorite of many streaming media companies for its high-quality streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube.
The deal is the latest in a string of media companies buying up streaming media services in recent months.
Media giants including Google, Netflix, and Amazon, which have also been buying video-analytics startups like Zendesk, are all betting big on online video.
Mediacom and Medias Medias has been a major player in the live-stream video business since 2010, when it launched a live-video app called Medias Live.
Medios Xls, which is also called Medios, is a subscription-based service that is based on Medias live-TV app.
Mediatips is a company that lets users rent out mobile devices for $9.95 a month.
The company is part of a constellation of mobile streaming services including Live Nation, Hulu Plus, Sling TV, and other companies.
MedioXl is a streaming service that uses Medias app to stream video to your TV.
Mediomedia is a new service that was created to provide consumers with a way to find and buy content on their mobile devices.
The service is available on the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, and Windows Phones.