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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...

Comcast Gets into Video Streaming Apps, Flaunts FCC Restrictions?

Comcast Gets into Video Streaming Apps, Flaunts FCC Restrictions?

Yes, it was inevitable, another giant of broadcasting has created another app and tossed it into the ring to vie for online video viewer attention further diluting the market, further splitting our attention and further cluttering your iOS device home screens. I smell a conspiracy …

Netflix Builds Better Mousetrap, Learns ABCs

Netflix Builds Better Mousetrap, Learns ABCs

So yeah, remember those studios who said Netflix is growing too fast and they are trying to band together and stop the "evil streaming empire" from continuing its wildfire-like spread? Well apparently, none of them had large black mouse ears because today, Netflix built a …

How Does YouTube Work? Time Warner Infographic Breaks It Down

How Does YouTube Work? Time Warner Infographic Breaks It Down

Most Internet users don't stop and think about how the web works.  They just turn on the computer, fire up a browser, and start surfing all that amazing content.  But if you've worked in web development, online marketing, or any tech-related field, you know there's …

Online Video Impacts Top 50 Web Properties During June 2010

comScore has released the monthly report on who does what, where on the web, commonly referred to as the comScore Media Metrix. The report, as usual, looks at top web properties, ad networks and the changes in the traffic on those properties.

Cable TV Operators Want To Keep You Happy, But Can They?

This week the annual Cable Show conference kicks off in Los Angeles and TV Everywhere is going to be a huge topic at the show.  Comcast has rolled out a beta trial of the service while Time Warner is conducting small trials. In this week's New …

Warner Music Close To Deal With YouTube for Music Videos

Warner Music Group and YouTube are said to be close to a deal to bring music videos from Warner's artists back to the video sharing site.  You may remember that Warner pulled their artists' videos in December of 2008 over a licensing rights dispute.

July Biggest Month Ever for Online Video, Hulu Tops Time Warner Cable

July was a big month all around for online video (according to comScore) but perhaps it was the biggest month yet for Hulu who, according to various research, surpassed Time Warner in viewership during the month. Could this be the turning point for the cable …

NCC Extends Advertiser Options Through Mixpo Technology

Mixpo is working to extend the reach of cable TV ad campaigns by taking them online and turning them into interactive ads. It seems that advertising is converging faster than television and the Internet are, or is it? Mixpo just signed a deal with NCC …

Time Warner To Make YouTube Profitable?

As I pointed out in my Dark Side of Online Video article, Viacom is suing YouTube for all sorts of copyright infringement and that case is being run in conjunction with a class action lawsuit from other quarters. Meanwhile, Time Warner has taken a different …

75 Percent of U.S. Internet Audience Watched Online Video In July

comScore released its July 2008 data from the comScore Video Metrix service, reporting that Americans viewed more than 11.4 billion videos for a total duration of 558 million hours during the month. Google Sites Maintains Dominant Position – In July, Google Sites once again ranked …

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