Comcast and Twitter announced a new partnership today that will drastically integrate tweeting into the cable TV watching experience.
After making a big jump into e-books a few years ago, Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten is once again following in Amazon’s footsteps.
Hey geeks, Microsoft is financing a new original TV series based on the BBC’s cult-classic sci-fi show Blake 7.
In an unusual move, Netflix will start streaming new episodes of AMC’s The Killing in the U.K. and Ireland the day after they air on TV.
Yahoo has officially placed a bid to acquire popular video streaming service Hulu, along with Time Warner Cable, Amazon, Guggenheim Digital Media, and former News Corp. President Peter Chernin.
The first fruits of television guide startup Dijit’s partnership with Watchwith have fallen from the tree today.
All week long, Comcast customers with an Xfinity TV account were granted access to full seasons of a slew of hit television shows — thus enabling viewers to embark on what’s known as binge watching (aka watching an entire season in a single sitting).
Can’t remember the names of the guest star on the episode of Doctor Who you’re watching via Kindle Fire? Well, Amazon has you covered.
While Hulu’s owners officially took the streaming video service off the market last year, would-be buyers are still showing plenty of interest.
Digital TV show guide Dijit is teaming up with Watchwith to provide users with a way to sync up their viewing habits with a set of new second screen experiences, the companies announced today.
Streaming video service Netflix has launched a brand new site that allows you to vote on a new set of “best of” movies and TV shows, which bears a striking resemblance to the Oscars.
Netflix will only produce one new season of the cult comedy show Arrested Development, the popular streaming video service admitted today.
The move is part of Amazon’s effort to make its Prime Instant Video service a main competitor to both Hulu Plus and streaming video leader Netflix.
With its new profiles feature, Netflix will soon get a lot more personal.
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.
Netflix released a teaser trailer for its upcoming original TV show House of Cards today, which features director David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey.
Hulu reached a new multi-year licensing agreement with CBS today, meaning the streaming video service will now feature content from all the major broadcast TV companies in the country.
Mobcaster’s crowdfunding milestone shows promise for the future of independently produced TV programing.
Google is rolling out nice update to its Google TV platform today that allows users to buy movies, TV shows, and music through the Google Play store.
Television all-star Simon Cowell and popular musician Will.i.am will team up to create a TV show focused on finding the next big tech entrepreneur to follow in the path of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg.
Comcast forged a new partnership with media startup Zeebox today to infuse live broadcast TV shows with a dose of interactivity.
Netflix customers no longer have to deal with the annoying pauses between TV show episodes, the company announced on its blog today.
Remember those stream-of-conscious tweets you posted about NeNe’s bad behavior in the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. It turns out that those updates amount to a whole lot more than pointless banter, according to analytics firm Nielsen, which has found a link between between social buzz and ratings.
Following last week’s big agreement to stream AMC’s acclaimed TV shows, Netflix has secured another TV deal, this one with CBS and Warner Bros. to stream previous seasons of CW shows such as The Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl in the U.S.
GetGlue, the social network that lets you check in for all things entertainment, is rolling out a big update to both its iPhone app and website today.
TV and movie watching social network Miso just made it easier for DirecTV customers to share their viewing habits with friends.
Piracy of Fox TV shows is on the rise just one week after the television studio decided to delay all new programming on the web by eight days, reports Torrent Freak.
Initial bids for video streaming service Hulu are expected by next week, according to a source familiar with the matter, reports All Things Digital.
CBS, which airs shows like the Big Bang Theory, CSI and Survivor, may make a move to release its TV content through online steaming site Hulu’s premium subscription service, Hulu Plus, according to a report by Bloomberg. NBC, ABC, and Fox all offer their content through Hulu’s free service, but CBS has long been a holdout.