Media company Time Warner could be weighing a deal to buy a stake in streaming video service Hulu.
Intel is apparently making some progress on bringing content for its forthcoming pay-TV service that’s expected to launch before the end of the year.
Batman: Arkham City sequel is due this year.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes actually praised Netflix during today’s Q4 2012 earnings call, despite the streaming video service being a rival of his company’s premium cable network HBO.
Rumors are now circulating that Apple is currently in negotiations with Time Warner to bring the HBO Go app to its Apple TV set-top boxes later this year. Meanwhile all the other set-top boxes are doing laps around Apple.
Tech execs Tim Cook and Marissa Mayer have joined the president of Egypt, Bill and Hilary Clinton, and yes, Barack Obama himself on the shortlist of people being considered for Time’s Person of the Year. As did a little known scientist who proved Einstein right.
Popular video production company Maker Studios is apparently raising a new round of funding led by old media entertainment company Time Warner.
To better understand how to stay relevant in a mobile and hyper-connected world, the cable industry is turning to Silicon Valley’s tech entrepreneurs.
Movie-focused service Flixster is releasing a new version of its web application today, which includes a cleaner user interface, UltraViolet store support, and more.
Federal Communications Committee has approved a deal that will see Verizon purchase a portion of wireless spectrum from a handful of big cable television providers.
Time-Warner-owned Turner Broadcasting has purchased popular sports site Bleacher Report, the company announced today. While the price tag is unknown, the Wall Street Journal reports it’s around $175 million.
Premium U.S. television network HBO has agreed to invest $10 million into DVD and streaming video rental service Quickflix, the companies announced today.
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Communications giant Verizon is scaling back efforts to grow its FiOS television and Internet services, according to comments made by the company’s Chief Executive Lowell McAdams during the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York Wednesday.
Editor's Pick Game maker Trion Worlds, which successfully launched its first major online role-playing fantasy game, Rift, back in March, is now unveiling a game platform to publish games created by other companies.
Guest Post Aol released its earnings today a week after Time Warner, its former dot-com merger partner, announced earnings. The two businesses, once considered completely disparate and deemed one of the worst corporate mergers of all time, are now increasingly complementary as the industry shifts beyond delivery mechanism to content as the value differentiator.
Time magazine is about to make itself somewhat harder to read. It’s adding a pay wall that will keep non-subscribers from reading print editions on the web site for three months after the issue hits the newsstand. On the flip side, it’s making it easier for readers to subscribe to digital and print editions.
Already a big player in Facebook games, social game maker CrowdStar is expanding into mobile today with the launch of an iPhone game called Top Girl.