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
Boxee CEO Avner Ronen talked at length about the Boxee Box, its $199 price tag, content providers, Hulu Plus, Netflix and the future of streaming media at Streaming Media West last week. The Boxee
Whether Redbox, the king of kiosk-based DVD rentals eventually will jump into the video streaming business isn’t the question, CEO Paul Davis last week during the company’s conference
Netflix reported that third-quarter net income, revenue and subscription all increased from a year ago, and said that its streaming video business was now driving growth. "Q3 represents our fourth
Netflix is continuing its push to become ubiquitous with streaming video, adding the Nintendo Wii console to the list of devices that can now support streaming movies and TV episodes directly from