By James TarantoSeptember 24, 2018The Livewire streaming service has struggled to make a living and has been forced to turn to a virtual advertising business.
As a result, it’s now selling online ads on its websites to make up for the revenue shortfall, a sign that the company is losing a lucrative market.
But that may not be the end of it.
In its latest quarterly report, Livewire said that it will be selling ads on the websites of its other competitors in an effort to keep the business alive.
Livewire is also going to buy a few other smaller online businesses that are doing well, the company said.
This will include ad placements on some of the smaller competitors’ websites, LiveWire said.
LiveWire will also try to attract new customers, LiveWires chief executive officer John Schindler said.
The company’s other competitors are struggling to make ends meet, with online video provider Amazon losing about half its business.
LiveWired said it plans to sell ads on some Amazon-owned websites in an attempt to keep paying its employees.
Live Wires said it would also be expanding its ads business to include its own digital ads, and the company would launch a digital ad platform, Livewires said.
It is unclear how much money LiveWire is losing from its ads.
But Livewire has been selling ads for months.
In September, it announced that it had sold more than 1.2 million online ads, an increase of more than 60% over the previous year.
Its total revenue is about $2.7 billion, or about 8% of its operating profit.
That means LiveWire’s ad revenue has fallen to about $400,000 per month from about $3 million in the previous quarter.
Live Wire’s revenue will also likely fall as a result of the sale of the online ads.
In a separate statement, Live Wire said that while its revenue has increased, its expenses have been growing faster than its profit, and that it expects to lose $1 million in its advertising revenue in 2018.
Livewire is part of an advertising juggernaut, which includes such businesses as eBay, Netflix, Amazon, and Paypal.
The company, which launched in 2000, has about 5,000 employees, according to its most recent financials.
In the past, it had about 100.
The number of people employed at Livewire rose to nearly 100 in 2010 from about 70 in 2000.
LiveWire does not have an exit plan and is considering whether to continue as a standalone company, Schindlers company said in the report.
The other two competitors, Livewinet and Livewire Livewire, are the only livewire competitors with livewire brands, like mba, in their online ad inventory.
The companies are part of a larger family of livewire companies that includes online TV provider LiveWire, which has about 3 million paying subscribers and sells ads on websites like Amazon and Netflix.