Amazon has once again picked up the leftovers from Netflix by adding a ton of Viacom TV show series to its Amazon Prime instant video service, the company announced today.
CBS has purchased the remaining 50 percent stake of TV Guide’s digital properties, including the TV Guide website and mobile apps, the company announced today.
Following its initial launch on iOS, broadcast television network ABC is bringing its livestreaming app “Watch ABC” to Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD, the company announced today.
Fanhattan’s new set-top box Fan TV could give Xbox One a run for its money.
Following its revamped iPad app last week, music and TV show discovery service Shazam rolled out a new Windows Phone 8 app today.
Set-top box maker Roku has just closed a $60 million round of funding, the company announced today during AllThingD’s D11 event.
In its quest to become a formidable streaming video service, Amazon is pushing ahead on production of five original TV shows, the company announced today.
Media discovery startup Shazam released a new version of its iPad app today that adds a ton of new features boosting your ability to identify music, TV shows, and advertising.
With Microsoft’s introduction of the new entertainment watching experience through its new Xbox One console, one of the biggest winners will obviously be for those that love live sports.
Microsoft just blew the doors off of every integrated television experience with the reveal of its next generation console Xbox One.
Just a day shy of it’s superimportant and highly publicized event to showcase the next-generation Xbox console, Microsoft’s Xbox team has announced a new interactive TV show that’s definitely worth paying attention to.
Streaming video and TV programming guide startup Dijit just released a new web app version of its NextGuide app that’s every bit as useful as the mobile versions.
Media company Time Warner could be weighing a deal to buy a stake in streaming video service Hulu.
Editor’s Pick Over the last few years media companies and brands have turned to Mass Relevance’s social curating platform for plenty of projects, and now the startup said it’s hitting some big milestones.
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.
Well it’s official: YouTube is rolling out a new program that allows some of its premium channel partners to charge consumers a monthly subscription fee to gain access to its content.
TV anywhere startup Aereo is doing its best to stave off attacks that its business is operating illegally, and has now asked a federal court in New York to block broadcaster CBS from filing additional lawsuits.
Hungry for more original programming from streaming video service Netflix? Well, the company has you covered this summer.
While Hulu’s owners are still being wishy-washy on whether they want to sell the company or keep it, the service itself is doing quite well.
The first fruits of television guide startup Dijit’s partnership with Watchwith have fallen from the tree today.
The online video network for AOL-owned news publication Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, has signed a new deal that will bring its content to cable television.
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.
If the promise of pizza without setting down your game controller isn’t enough, broadcast station the CW has now added an app for Xbox Live.
Residents of Kansas City who prefer to use their iPad over a Nexus 7 are in luck, as Apple has just approved an official Google Fiber TV app for the device.
CBS has had plenty to say about its future if TV startup Aereo is permitted to exist, and now the company is investing some of its resources into a streaming video startup that could help it stay competitive.
If you’re a fan of original TV shows that are exclusively available online, you had quite a bit to watch over the weekend, and according to Amazon you really liked what you saw, too.
“They’re independent businesses, they can choose to do what they wish to,” said Aereo’s Chet Kanojia at the Ad Age Digital conference today.
Google has forged an agreement to bring premium TV channels HBO and Cinemax to its Google Fiber TV customers, the company announced today.
If a rumored music service wasn’t enough to push Twitter into the territory media, now the company might be trying to get TV content playing through the service.
Years ago you could just connect a coaxial cable to your television for access to a ton of cable channels, which eventually was disabled after cable providers decided to start encrypting the bulk of those channels. And now, they’re all going to get encrypted.
Major broadcast station CBS could disconnect its freely available broadcast signal in favor of becoming a cable channel, according to recent comments made by CBS chief exec Leslie Moonves.
Guest Post The days of passively watching TV with just a remote control may be numbered.
News Corp. may take its major broadcast station Fox off the air and convert it to a cable network, the company said today.
Microsoft confirmed today that it has agreed to sell its MediaRoom IPTV unit to Ericsson, following rumors about the deal a few weeks ago.
Official bidding for the sale of streaming video service Hulu ended last year when Hulu owners took it off the market, but that isn’t stopping others from making offers.
The creators of streaming music service Rdio have finally launched their take on digital video through a new service called Vdio.
The movie studios certainly get an A for thinking outside the box, or at least Warner Brothers does. the studio’s Warner Archive has just launched a new streaming service that gives people access to old movies and TV shows from its large library of content.
It’s a lot more fun to voice your sports trash talk, instead of just typing it out. With that in mind, Tok.tv has embarked upon building a different type of second-screen app.
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).