While the rise in set-top boxes is usually viewed as a sign that people are cutting their cable TV subscriptions in favor of streaming video, that may soon change.
Hulu’s longtime chief exec Jason Kilar announced his resignation from the company he help build into a web TV powerhouse over five years ago.
YouTube is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to transform their mobile devices into a YouTube remote, the site announced today.
Pan Arab news organization Al Jazeera has acquired U.S. cable network Current TV, the news org announced today.
Surprise, surprise: Negotiations with content providers are significantly delaying Intel’s plans to take over your living room.
Drool now or drool later, but LG just announced more details about its 2013 TV lineup, which will be unveiled at CES in a week.
Intel could officially unveil its plans to launch a new streaming TV service and set-top box at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show.
Satellite television provider DirecTV said its subscription prices would rise in the following year, according to a message the company released today via a customer support page.
The biggest problem I have with traditional television advertising is how absolutely obnoxious and out of touch its gotten in terms of targeting. For most people this is simply and annoyance, but for Gracenote it’s a business opportunity.
It’s one small step for Twitter, one giant leap for the legitimacy of second-screen data for marketing purposes.
I love my parents, and always do whatever I can to upgrade their technology whenever possible. But when it comes to watching television, they’ve made one thing abundantly clear: They’re not cutting the cord.
IAC-backed television service Aereo recently announced that it’s reached a deal to bring the Bloomberg TV cable network to its lineup of available channels.
Video content aggregator Plizy raises $4 million in its first round of funding.
One of the most highly anticipated shows in Netflix’s original programing line up is Arrested Development, and now we’re hearing word that the video rental service is increasing the number of episodes.
Playstation has trailed Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in the gaming console market for a long time. But not in everything.
With media consumption at an all-time high for Xbox Live members, Microsoft could be planning to debut a new set-top box for streaming media.
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Lionsgate is reportedly in advanced negotiations to sell off TVGuide.com, with Yahoo at the forefront of those negotiations.
Apple’s long-rumored revolutionary television set product is closer to hitting retail shelves than originally thought, according to Jefferies & Co. analyst James Kisner.
Netflix released a teaser trailer for its upcoming original TV show House of Cards today, which features director David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey.
Google has added some awesome new features to its YouTube Android app today that greatly increase the Google TV experience.
Microsoft is working on a new television service called “Cloud TV,” which it hasn’t disclosed many details about.
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.
For those of you who take advantage of the Internet when watching TV, Roku’s new universal search feature could be your most useful tool the next time you sit down to watch a video.
Guest Post Television is a tough business, and few innovators make it big. But these eight companies have defied the odds.
Aereo is rolling out new support for its satellite broadcast TV service on web browsers, the company announced today.
Hulu has announced a new deal that will keep current Viacom TV shows parked on the streaming video service and even add some new ones.
TV enhancement startup Zeebox has just closed a deal with Viacom that brings a slew of new cable channels into its service, the startup announced today.
Satellite TV service provider Dish Network officially debuted its new broadband Internet service dishNet today, giving U.S. consumers yet another way to gain high-speed access to the web.
Comcast forged a new partnership with media startup Zeebox today to infuse live broadcast TV shows with a dose of interactivity.
With all the major game consoles repositioning themselves to become platforms for the next generation of television, some major cable TV service providers are turning their attention to gaming.
Twitter is stepping up its ties with the entertainment industry by eying some high-profile media executives for spots on its board of directors.
If cable service providers want help revolutionizing the television industry, they definitely have funny way of asking for it.
As part of Microsoft’s plan to transform the Xbox into an entertainment platform, the company has hired former CBS TV executive Nancy Tellem to head up its original content efforts.
Google is making some pretty big additions to its Google Fiber TV channel lineup, the company announced over the last week.
M-Go is a joint venture between Technicolor and Dreamworks. But you may not have heard of M-Go, which is expected since it won’t official launch until later this year.
The television market isn’t doing so well… again.
Yet another report has surface indicating that Apple won’t be releasing a new Apple television device this year, and for the foreseeable future.
People that live in U.S. states that tend to sway towards blue (democratic) on the elections map watch 26% more online video than those in red states, according to Ooyala’s latest global video index report.