Online video content creators could see an increasing share of the money advertisers spend on TV spots if the amount of time consumers spend watching video on mobile devices continues to grow. That was one of the many salient points made by Needham & Co. analysts Laura Martin and Dan Medina in a report they published this week on the future of TV.
Level 3 Communications and Comcast have come to terms over their much publicized interconnection dispute, but did not reveal the terms of their agreement.
Netflix is in talks with the producers of "Arrested Development" about making more episodes of the comedy series, Imagine Entertainment co-chairman Brian Grazer told Bloomberg.
Netflix said it will host a live online video webcast question and answer session when it announces its quarterly results later this month.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will run the company's Interactive Entertainment Business now that Zynga has hired former Xbox chief Don Mattrick as its CEO.
Episodes of Fox's TV show "New Girl" are now available on Netflix after the companies reached a multi-year exclusive deal. Season One episodes of the show became available to watch instantly on Netflix Monday, while other seasons will be added in the future.
Comcast and Wave Broadband are among an emerging group of cable operators who have become more willing to give their broadband subscribers the capabilities to watch over-the-top video services.
Ouya, the $99 gaming console which was introduced this week and runs a version of the Android operating system, lacks support for major online video services from Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and Hulu. The Kickstarter-funded box's creators say there are more media apps on the way.
Amazon still lags behind online video competitors Netflix and Hulu when it comes to the amount of popular TV and movie programming it has licensed, analysts at Piper Jaffray & Co. found.
Availability of TV shows and movies online isn't a major factor in an increase in the number of U.S. households which watch over-the-air TV signals and do not subscribe to a traditional pay-TV service, according to the latest stats from GfK Media & Entertainment.