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UFC To Hit Mobile Screens With New UFC Android App

UFC To Hit Mobile Screens With New UFC Android App

The Ultimate Fighting Championship recently came to the Fox network, and people who had never watched the UFC before got to see a fight that lasted a little over a minute.  While that was disappointing, I'm sure, to previously-undefeated Cain Velasquez, the UFC, and anyone …

Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Remember when I was writing about Sony the other day, well really it was about Google TV and stuff, but I mentioned that Howard Stringer, the Sony CEO, was talking about big R&D in a new TV. Well, some speculation has launched into what that …

Ultraviolet & Cinema Now Fulfill Promise Of Full 1080p HD Hollywood Streaming

Ultraviolet & Cinema Now Fulfill Promise Of Full 1080p HD Hollywood Streaming

When Mark and I were at CES we got the inside scoop on Intel Insider, the new hardware DRM solution. They say it's not DRM, but really, there's no other way to describe it and they haven't really offered one up. Basically, if you have …

Netflix To Partner On New Arrested Development Episodes Ahead Of Feature Film?

Netflix To Partner On New Arrested Development Episodes Ahead Of Feature Film?

You know, for all the damage Netflix has done over the last few months to their reputation–not to mention their stock prices and bottom line–they're still making some positive moves in the area of content. AMC's Breaking Bad (seasons 1-3), which is one of my …

Amazon Prime Adds FOX To Premium Streaming Online Video Service

Amazon Prime Adds FOX To Premium Streaming Online Video Service

A lot of moves have been made suddenly in regards to online video streaming for TV and film. Netflix signed a deal hoping to quell the subscriber rebellion they're experiencing and Amazon just got FOX. I wonder if they will then be some sort of …

Cable TV Companies Losing Customers To Hulu? The Reel Web #2

Cable TV Companies Losing Customers To Hulu? The Reel Web #2

This week's episode of The Reel Web is posted! I covered some of last week's news and highlights from the online video world, as well as a tip for those of you who create online videos to know how to best use the first 15 …

Apple Drops 99 Cent TV Episode Rentals for Lack of Interest

Apple Drops 99 Cent TV Episode Rentals for Lack of Interest

Apple has squashed the test they were doing of 99 cent TV episode rentals. The test, using content from ABC and FOX was ended on Friday. Why? Sources cite "lack of demand." I think that might be code for "you can get most of them …

Cable Companies Lose Customers To Online Video, But Cord Cutting Still A Long Way Off

Cable Companies Lose Customers To Online Video, But Cord Cutting Still A Long Way Off

Some reports say cord-cutting is a myth. Having recently moved into a place and assessed my options, I would agree, because the pay TV companies are keeping consumers hostage thanks to licenses with major sports leagues and premium channels like HBO. For example, the only …

Fox’s 8-Day Window For Online Episodes Drastically Increases Piracy

Foxs 8 Day Window For Online Episodes Drastically Increases Piracy

You might remember that Fox just recently did away with next-day access on episodes of their shows streaming online. That move went into effect about a week ago, and already appears to have nearly doubled the piracy rate of Fox television shows. I'm guessing that …

comScore’s YouTube Partner Reporting Reveals New Media Moguls in the Making

comScores YouTube Partner Reporting Reveals New Media Moguls in the Making

While Mark Robertson and I were busy speaking at SES San Francisco last week, comScore and YouTube rolled out Partner Reporting, a new feature that highlights the dedicated audiences garnered by YouTube content partners.  Since we were tied up talking about "Next Gen YouTube Marketing" …

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