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Time Warner Inc. (formerly AOL Time Warner) is an American multinational media corporation headquartered in the Time Warner Center in New York City. As of mid-2010, it was the world’s second largest media and entertainment conglomerate in terms of revenue (behind Disney), as well as the world’s largest media conglomerate.
Two formerly separate companies, Warner Communications, Inc. and Time Inc. (along with the assets of a third company, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.), fo...

Weekly Online Video News Round Up

Weekly Online Video News Round Up

Another week is rapidly passing us by and once again I've collected all the news that didn't make it into an article here at ReelSEO. It's a diverse array of interesting stats, offerings and ideas.

Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Birthday Edition!

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Birthday Edition!

Happy Birthday Mark! And, since it's Saturday, Happy Birthday, to me, happy birthday, to me, happy birthday dear Christophor (boom cha) happy birthday to me! Alright, enough tomfoolery, I'm going to eat cake with my coffee, you go catch up on this week in online …

Weekly Online Video News Round Up – August 4th 2012

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   August 4th 2012

Another week in the books and that means a whole new news round up for what's hot and who's what in online video. So without further ado, on with the show, er… article.

NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

The Olympics are the latest victim of big money, well OK, maybe not the latest. There's been big money wrapped up in Olympic Games and their coverage for years. But this year, NBC has decided that, if you want to watch online, you need to …

Could Online Video Viewers Benefit From TV’s Carriage Fee Wars?

Could Online Video Viewers Benefit From TVs Carriage Fee Wars?

Did you know there's a carriage fee war going on? DirecTV dropped all of Viacom's channels and had a banner running on July 11th stating that Viacom wanted consumers to pay $1B more in fees to keep the channels. Viacom for their part said that …

Feds Looking into Cable Company Anti-Trust Actions Toward Online Video

Feds Looking into Cable Company Anti Trust Actions Toward Online Video

Hell yeah! If you've been a long-time reader, you know I'm no fan of the cable companies. Their outdated, dinosaur-like companies are holding back video entertainment in a variety of ways if you ask me. Every once in awhile one will make some move that …

Hulu Authentication is Bad Business Move, Cable Companies Bullying Consumers [Opinion]

Hulu Authentication is Bad Business Move, Cable Companies Bullying Consumers [Opinion]

The CEOs of both CBS and now Time Warner have spoken out in favor of Hulu moving to an authentication model. Personally, it seems like an anti-trust suit to me in regards to Time Warner, who should have no say in the matter. Their CEO …

Google Pay TV Project Aiming At Screen Convergence Or Cable Subscribers?

Google Pay TV Project Aiming At Screen Convergence Or Cable Subscribers?

The Hollywood Reporter have cited a source that says Google has made some regulatory filings that look like a pre-cursor to a pay TV system and would see Google filing for "cable TV franchise licenses" in Kansas City (both MO and KA). So the way …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – YouTube Update Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   YouTube Update Edition

As usual, there was plenty of news in the online video world this past week. And as usual, you were probably a bit too busy to keep up with all of it. We saw more major updates to YouTube's design and services, some important Google …

Hulu Year End Numbers Show Great Growth All Around

Hulu Year End Numbers Show Great Growth All Around

Hulu put out some year end numbers which included the fact they've got 1.5 million paying subscribers now. Not quite the massive, rapid expansion Netflix had, but they also have DVD rentals as well so it's apples and oranges.

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