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Sony Spat With Netflix Suggests Fragmentation Ahead In Streaming Video

Sony Spat With Netflix Suggests Fragmentation Ahead In Streaming Video

Netflix recently had to pull Sony films from the service that were provided to them by Starz. The reason is that Starz and Sony are renegotiating some contract and until it's sorted, Sony films are no longer to be shown on Netflix. Now this could be …

Sony Wants To Take Your PC Video Away and Replace It With A Bravia

Well, they're not going to give you a BRAVIA they're going to give Europeans the ability to watch downloadable content on their BRAVIA TVs without needing a PC any longer. The new series of BRAVIA TVs, Blu-Ray players and home cinema systems will feature BRAVIA …

Crackle To Showcase 6 Shows In Its Season Starting Dec 1

A Sony-owned online video entertainment site is expected to unveil its latest season of Internet programs on Monday, as the media giant moves to beef up its online entertainment content. Crackle.com, which Sony bought in 2006 when it was known as Grouper, will showcase shows …

Online Video Gets $8 Billion From Investors So Far

Michael Learmonth posted an article last week that outlines the amount of money that has been poured into online video companies and platforms for the last several years: 2005: $1.764 billion 2006: $2.117 billion 2007: $2.009 billion 2008: $453 million – data from DowJones VentureSource …

Video – Crackle Has A “Big Bucket of Cash” and 15 M Unique Visitors

Crackle formerly know as Grouper, the video sharing and advertising network recently acquired by Sony Pictures, has a "bucket of cash" and 15 unique monthly visitors, CEO Josh Felser told me when we met last week.

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