Internet TV

This channel is focused on Internet TV (AKA Internet Television, Web TV, Online TV, etc…). Internet TV is essentially television content streamed and distributed via the Internet. Here we will cover news, trends, and general information about Internet TV technology. Stay informed with the latest in Internet television – including up-to-date news information on Google TV, Apple TV, Roku, Boxee, Netflix, Hulu and other emerging alternatives to traditional cable & broadcast television.

Chromecast: Future of TV Everywhere or a Waste of $35?

Chromecast: Future of TV Everywhere or a Waste of $35?

Chromecast may be as cheap as chips to buy, but not every TV, cable, or other broadcast provider is on board, and many may never be. Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Sony and Comcast have their own plans for distribution, and Chromecast probably isn’t on any of their lists.

73% of TV Everywhere Views on Mobile Devices [Report]

73% of TV Everywhere Views on Mobile Devices [Report]

TV Everywhere is increasing according to Adobe who tracked 574 million-plus TV Everywhere video streams, more than doubling the amount of streams they tracked in 2012. Mobile devices are leading the way and iOS takes the largest portion of the views, of course.

Netflix Says $3B Burning Hole in Pocket, Wants to Buy Content

Netflix Says $3B Burning Hole in Pocket, Wants to Buy Content

Sure, HBO hit $4.9B last year, but Netflix hit $4.3B, and has been around for half of HBO’s lifetime. This year Netflix is set to drop $3B on content, but that’s only the tip of the licensing iceberg. So do they have an exit strategy to the highly costly and addictive content licensing game? I think so…

5 Stupid Chromecast Tricks (That Really Aren’t Stupid at All)

5 Stupid Chromecast Tricks (That Really Arent Stupid at All)

Chromecast is a cheap, effective and cool way to add internet video to almost any HDTV. But that’s not all this little device is capable of. Find out how you can use it to send any internet page to your TV or even hack your hotel TV to find something watchable.

Netflix Q4 2013: 4K, Net Neutrality, Pre-roll Ads, Original Content

Netflix Q4 2013: 4K, Net Neutrality, Pre roll Ads, Original Content

Netflix Q4 2013 results are just in and the company discuss net neutrality, 4K streaming, pricing structures, and the probability of pre-roll ads. Find out what else CEO Reed Hastings and the Netflix crew had to say.

Wearable Computing Could Mean Big Business for Online Video’s Future

Wearable Computing Could Mean Big Business for Online Videos Future

Wearable technology might have an affect on how we talk on the phone or access information, but it could have drastic impacts on not only when and where we watch digital video, but how we utilize digital video across a wide range of industries.

Revision3, Discovery Launch TestTube Digital Network

Revision3, Discovery Launch TestTube Digital Network

Revision3 and Discovery are launching a new digital network called TestTube. It has all the types of shows you’d expect from the geeky/nerdy set that help us learn more about our world and maybe even laugh in the process.

Roku Puts the Kibosh on VideoBuzz for Streaming YouTube

Roku Puts the Kibosh on VideoBuzz for Streaming YouTube

Roku has shut down private video channel VideoBuzz for streaming YouTube content on the grounds it was content they did not own. Roku and YouTube haven’t exactly gotten along since Roku first came onto the scene, and the fact that a channel providing them got shut down is no surprise.

The New Digital Video Landscape – Streamed Netflix as a Cable Service?

The New Digital Video Landscape   Streamed Netflix as a Cable Service?

Netflix and Cablevision announced a deal at CES this week that could have far-reaching repercussions for online video giants. Basically, Cablevision has signed on with Netflix's Open Connect program and that could mark a drastic change in the relationship between MSO's and the streaming video …

Simultaneous Second Screen Experience Needs to be Open and Standardized

Simultaneous Second Screen Experience Needs to be Open and Standardized

A couple things have come across my desk this week pertaining to almost the same thing. So I let them percolate in my brain for a bit until I was ready to tell you about it. Essentially, it's sending content to a TV and a …

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