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  • AOL's Lord to exit Verizon-owned company in 2016

    AOL President Bob Lord is leaping back onto the path he was on before the online company was acquired by Verizon earlier this year: moving toward running a publicly-owned company. The executive said he will leave AOL sometime in 2016, though an exact date hasn't been announced.

Amazon rumors ratchet up as it reportedly preps Apple TV release

Amazon Prime subscribers who have an Apple streaming device may get a nice boost in the coming weeks: the retail giant is reportedly working on an Instant Video app for the Apple TV.

Motor Trend goes SVOD with Kaltura and 3 Screen Solutions

Motor Trend, a brand targeted at auto enthusiasts, stands as the latest effort to jump into the SVOD world with its new OnDemand service. Vendors Kaltura and 3 Screen Solutions are powering the offering, created by Motor Trend owner TEN: The Enthusiast Network.

Go90 stands as Verizon's entry into the world of video innovation

Verizon has carefully worked to build its reputation as a reliable telecommunications company focused exclusively on building wireless and wireline networks. However, according to company executives, Verizon's recent entry into the mobile video space via its new Go90 offering represents Verizon's efforts to join the rush into mobile video, targeted advertising and Silicon Valley-style innovation.

Disney launches £9.99/month DisneyLife SVOD service in the UK, but Marvel and Star Wars are MIA

The Walt Disney Company this week introduced a new SVOD service in the UK called DisneyLife, which offers monthly subscribers a collection of Disney-owned movies, books, music and TV shows. A family account that supports up to six different users costs £9.99 per month, and the service will initially be available in the UK.

Netflix watched by more than half of Americans, but HBO offers most popular content

A recent survey found that more than half of Americans use Netflix to stream content, though the streaming video on demand (SVOD) provider trails HBO in terms of original content demand, according to another study.


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AT&T confirmed that it will increase the price of its legacy unlimited data plan by $5 per month, to a total of $35 per month, starting in February. 9to5Mac first reported the news, citing an unnamed source, and an AT&T representative subsequently confirmed the price increase to FierceWireless.


App sessions growth in Europe is 12 percent higher than those in the U.S. based on data tracked over the past year by Flurry. The Yahoo-owned service recently published it's first "deep dive" based on 725,000 apps across 564 million devices in Europe.