Sony TV

Why a Sony internet TV service is likely to fail

Not content to simply partner with services like Google TV, electronics manufacturer Sony is exploring the idea of launching its own Internet-based TV service, according to a Wall Street Journal report that cites people familiar with the matter.

Ty Braswell

The future of TV: Dead man walking or bigger than ever?

For the last two years, the television business has seen a decline in cable subscriptions due to cord cutting. But perhaps even scarier to TV executives is the increasing disruption that companies like Google and YouTube are causing as they jump even deeper into the TV game.


Yahoo rebrands its video site as Yahoo Screen, adds 8 original programs

Although Yahoo is in turmoil after the ouster of CEO Carol Bartz, the company is still continuing to release digital products and trying to innovate. The company on Tuesday launched a new video site called Yahoo Screen that it will use to launch eight new original web shows and polish its overall video offerings.