Amid all the recent hand-wringing about the decline and fall of the Netflix Empire--with Wall Street worried about its new streaming model and competitors threatening to increase the cost of its
Les Moonves, CEO of the CBS Corp. has kept the media company moving in a pretty conservative direction in relation to over-the-top video delivery. It's been slow to embrace Hulu, unlike its fellow
Time Warner Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes Monday said the company might offer HBO's service to consumers as a stand-alone product, rather than be tied to a pay-TV service subscription offering. It
Will a $100,000-an-episode offer be enough to convince programmers to give Netflix access to current television content? The distribution giant hopes so. The New York Post is reporting that Netflix
Netflix was a juggernaut as a DVD-by-mail delivery service, but its self-professed evolution into a streaming video company has it going head-to-head with pay-TV service providers and a movie
Telecom network operator Level 3 says a new fee that cable operator Comcast is seeking from it to "transmit Internet online movies and other content to Comcast's customers who request such content"
Level 3 Communications' (Nasdaq: LVLT) fight with Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) over having to pay the cable giant a fee to deliver movies to its residential customers adds yet another example of how
Roku (Price: $60-$100) doesn't bring the Internet to your TV, but it gives you a choice of more than 100 channels from health and fitness to Hulu Plus, Netflix, MLB TV and NHL Center Ice Live....
As anticipated, Netflix has rolled out an all-streaming offering, announcing today on its blog that subscribers will have the option of choosing to stream unlimited TV episodes and movies for $7.99 a
I've been on the road the past couple of weeks, first to the Streaming Media West show in Los Angeles, and last week to TelcoTV in Las Vegas. And, while the two shows draw significantly different