The Day In Online Video News And Views 17th January 2014

The Day In Online Video News And Views 17th January 2014

HBO and PlayStation have teamed up to offer users of the games console access to the HBO GO app. There's no confirmation of exactly when it will appear on the PS3 or PS4, but when it does, HBO are relatively cool about the issue of password sharing. The app is available to each of the 30 million US residents who subscribe to HBO, plus presumably their friends and family. PS users with a password will get access to all of HBO's online content, as soon as the app hits the consoles.

Comcast's potential deal with Charter Communications to provide Time Warner Cable between them is likely to be subject to a very thorough review from the FCC, and approval of the deal would almost certainly come with a string of conditions for Comcast and Charter. These and other stories of the day from ReelSEO.

The Day in Online Video News

Viddme: anonymous video sharing platform ghacks

The Day In VoD and Cable News

Sundance: Will Amazon and Netflix Emerge as Major Buyers? TheWrap

Spain Sees Rapid Growth in VOD as Audiences Tap Into Digital Streaming Variety

Time Warner Cable deal likely to have strings attached by regulators Reuters

HBO to bring HBO Go to PS3, PS4; password sharing is officially OK PCWorld

The Day in Advertising, Marketing and Mobile News

The Simpsons To Begin Streaming Onto Mobile This August Ubergizmo

Vevo Still Working Out 'Programmatic Premium' Marketplace AdExchanger

Bear and the hare ad sends alarm clock sales soaring at John Lewis Campaign

But Wait, There's More!

California woman who got a ticket for driving with Google Glass is off the hook TheVerge 

What’s Holding Us Back From True TV Everywhere? Recode

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Carla Marshall is the Managing Editor of ReelSEO. She joined the site in 2012 as staff writer and Director of SEO and specialises in video optimisation and organic marketing. She has a background in search and social media. View All Posts By -

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