The streaming media service being developed by chip-maker Intel is getting pushed back to at least 2014, according to a Variety report that cites anonymous industry sources familiar with the matter.
Streaming video service Vimeo is building out its on-demand video distribution platform even more with new pricing options and a handful of new tools for content creators to make money, the company announced yesterday.
Yahoo is the latest big media company to start focusing on a second-screen video viewing experience with the release of its new Yahoo Screen mobile app today.
While second-screen TV app Vidora already impressed us with its ability to aggregate and push video content to your television screen (via Apple TV), its rolling out some new features this week that should help its content partners make more money.
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We got our hands on Google’s new $35 media adapter that plugs into a TV and lets you stream video from your phone or laptop. Here’s a photo gallery with our notes.
In a huge milestone for original web video, the Netflix original series House of Cards and the rebooting of Arrested Development have been nominated for Emmys, the highest honors in TV.
Streaming video service Crunchyroll has just rolleed out a new platform that allows its viewers to purchase merchandise related to the shows they’re watching, the company told VentureBeat today.
Aereo has announced that Atlanta, Ga. will be the next market to receive its streaming TV service, with a roll out scheduled for next month.
The latest company rumored to be interested in buying streaming video service Hulu is Yahoo.
Netflix released a new 11-page document that outlines the company’s long-term outlook on the future of television — and more importantly, who will come out as winners.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer just made her first big play into video.
After successfully storming the industry with successful e-readers and a line of tablets, Amazon is rumored to be launching its first set-top box for streaming media.
The New York Times will now offer unlimited free access to video content on its site and mobile apps thanks to sponsorship deals with Acura and Microsoft.
Once again, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings struck down questions that suggested the company would raise the price of its standard streaming subscription plans beyond the introductory $7.99 per month fee that’s been successful for the few years.
Netflix’s newest original series Hemlock Grove debuted this past weekend, and it looks like members are biting, with more people watching the new supernatural show on opening weekend than recent hit House of Cards.
With Microsoft planning to end support for its Silverlight video plugin by 2021, Netflix has begun to shift towards using HTML5 for video playback.
Video site Dailymotion has added support for Pinterest, thus making user videos available for play on various pin boards, the company told VentureBeat today.
Popular streaming music service Spotify has launched its first real advertising campaign. There’s also a dubious report floating around that it will try to compete with Netflix with its own streaming video offering.
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Amazon Prime, the complimentary streaming video service from online retail giant Amazon, announced a new licensing deal today with Scripps Network that will bring a slew of cable TV show episodes to its library of content.
At first glance, it may seem odd that Netflix chose to premiere its first huge original show House of Cards today, leading into Super Bowl weekend.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has a track record for making bold decisions about his company based on the prediction of a successful outcome. Here’s another example.
Time Warner Cable isn’t happy about Netflix’s new “Open Connect” initiative, a separate network ISPs can use to pull data from the streaming video service.
Netflix has reached yet another big programing deal with Warner Bros. today, which should improve the number of children’s programming options as well as options for late night hooligans, who enjoy adult cartoons.
Satellite television provider Dish Network unveiled its plans today to let subscribers start using the Dish TV service beyond the boundaries of their home.
Netflix has signed a new deal with Warner Bros. that will bring a slew relatively current television shows exclusively to the streaming video service, the company announced today.
Sony reached a new deal with streaming video service Epix that will bring its library of movies to both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
Premium streaming video service Hulu is allegedly asking for a new $2oo million investment from its media company owners.
YouTube released its annual yearly review early this morning, highlighted what the site’s 800 million visitors are watching and uploading. And there’s more than a few milestones in the data.
Editor’s Pick With the newly signed exclusive streaming deal with Disney, everyone is once again singing the prasies of Netflix. But, it might be too early to determine whether or not the video service will come out ahead as a result of the deal.
The streaming/DVD rental subscription service from Verizon and Redbox is rumored to launch before the end of the year, and now we’re finally hearing details about what it’s going to cost.
With its redesigned iPhone app, Vimeo aims to attract the attention of mobile video-makers.
The Wii U isn’t all about fun and games. It’s also about videos about fun and games.
Amazon could be losing up to $1 billion per year on its streaming video service Amazon Prime, according to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.
Netflix released a teaser trailer for its upcoming original TV show House of Cards today, which features director David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey.
The amount of streaming video content viewed over tablet devices has increased dramatically over the last six months, according to the Ooyala’s Q3 Global Video Index report released today.