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.
While Hulu’s owners officially took the streaming video service off the market last year, would-be buyers are still showing plenty of interest.
Non sportsfans probably aren’t that excited about the onslaught of collegiate basketball games during this month’s March Madness tournament, but thanks to Hulu there is another option available to occupy your time.
HBO’s executive leadership seems locked on keeping access to the premium cable network exclusive to cable and satellite TV subscribers, the same isn’t necessarily true for its HBO Go streaming service.
Rather than be bummed out that CBS has exclusive rights to stream all the March Madness college basketball games this year, ESPN has enlisted the help of YouTube star Robbie Novak, aka Kid President.
If you’ve got $40K burning a hole in your pocket and a hankering for a truly massive TV equipped with so ultimate a high definition resolution that there’s almost no content available to honestly satisfy all of those lovely 8,294,400 pixels, Samsung’s got a TV for you.
After more than six months of neglect, Hulu’s design team has finally started paying some attention to its Apple TV app.
Except for high profile news coverage and sporting events, media networks give first priority of their TV content to the traditionally TV viewing audience, but that could be changing soon.
Verizon plans to gauge the level of interest for each channel based on how many unique viewers watch a channel for longer than five minutes each month via their set-top boxes.
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There are a handful of TV brands that have wildly loyal fans that essentially buy whatever products or services that affiliated with it, including Oprah, NASCAR, and probably the most fun, the WWE. That said, it’s really to their benefit to come up with a way to harness all the social activity from their stars into a single stream.
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.
Guest Post Cablevision probably wants to continue forcing their customers to buy channels they don’t want. Here’s why.
Cable TV service provider Cablevision is sick and tired of having to carry tons of channels that its subscribers don’t want and, more importantly, don’t want to pay for.
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.
With all the competition from streaming video and sexy competitors, Tivo may seem like an outdated relic. However, the company’s new partnership with smart TV app startup Flingo may change that.
Tablets and smartphone are often heralded as more efficient forms of technology,unless your kids are using them to watch R-rated movies or anything containing naked bodies unbeknownst to you.
Feel like being disappointed? If your answer is “no” then you probably shouldn’t read about the latest awesome rumor about the Apple TV.
Rumors that Apple was working on bringing HBO’s streaming video counterpart HBO Go to its Apple TV set-top box last week proved half-true today.
At the D: Dive into Media conference, Dish Network Chairman Ergen compared his company to Indiana Jones movies, saying they’re always getting into trouble, finding themselves in compromising situations, and eventually having everything work out in the end.
In its latest effort to differentiate its streaming video service from competitors, Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service will be getting a hot new TV show while it currently airs on television, the company announced today.
After a successful first run, Yahoo is launching the second season of it’s popular comedy “Burning Love” on Valentine’s Day.
Guest Post Get with the program! Here’s why you’re going to love having a personalized TV experience.
Contrary to what it sounds like, Twitter’s acquisition of Bluefin Labs does not signal a desire by the social network to get into the fishing business. It is, however, stepping up its game when it comes to social TV analytics.
Twitter is dead set on playing a vital role in the media industry, which is why rumors of its latest acquisition would make a lot of sense.
Want to improve your 2013 Super Bowl experience? We’ve devised a comprehensive game day guide for football fans and all their apathetic friends and family members.
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.
In addition to today’s BlackBerry World event, BlackBerry users are finally getting a chance to buy digital media like those that swear their allegiance to other mobile devices.
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.
Apple sold over 2 million Apple TV units in Q4 2012, which is about 60 percent higher compared to sales during the same period a year ago.
Sports fans will be pleased to learn that their Twitter feeds are now more useful for catching up on game highlights and replay video clips.
The nation’s largest cable service provider, Comcast, is investing $150 million in cable box manufacturer Arris.
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.
Social TV service Viggle will no longer be purchasing one of its big competitors, GetGlue.
In yet another example of how Twitter is positioning itself as media/entertainment platform, the social network released a report today showcasing the tweeting habits of people while watching television in the UK.
Guest Post Although TiVo remains the best TV-watching experience out there, there’s a lot of room for improvement.
IAC-backed Aereo is expanding its disruptive pay TV service into 22 new markets, the company announced today.
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.
As we get ready for the full CES onslaught, here are the numbers you need to know, all organized in handy infographic form.