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  • WWE Blames MLB for Signup Problems with Online Video Network

    Wrestling fans jostling to sign up for the new WWE Network online service swamped the servers of the company's technology provider, MLB Advanced Media -- blocking many subscribers from registering for the over-the-top package earlier Monday. In a tweet...
  • Disney Launches Movie Streaming Service

    Walt Disney Studios is finally launching its long-awaited digital movie service, ending nearly three years of speculation as to whether Disney would join the six other major studios in supporting UltraViolet or go it alone. Disney Movies Anywhere...
  • No Netflix, No Problem? TiVo Founders' Qplay Set-Top Places Bet on YouTube and Other Free Video

    Here comes another device built to haul Internet video to HDTVs. But with the new Qplay gizmo, you won't be able to watch Netflix's "House of Cards" -- or any other subscription-video content. Instead, the Qplay adapter currently is able to access only...
  • WWE Network Still Experiencing Technical Issues

    The good news is there's demand for the WWE Network. The bad news, there are still technical issues to be worked out with the over-the-top service that launched Monday. After WWE's tech partner MLBAM was overwhelmed by the number of subscribers wanting...
  • WWE Network to Launch in February as Streaming Service

    The WWE Network is ready to launch next month. It's just not what you may have expected it to look like. Instead of a new TV channel that would air WWE's pay-per-views and original shows, that programming will now be offered through a streaming service...
  • L.A. Unified negotiates lower price for iPads

    L.A. Unified negotiates lower price for iPads
    L.A. school district officials are negotiating a lower price for thousands of iPads that are part of a $1-billion effort to provide tablets to every student, teacher and administrator. The reduced price, about $200 to $300 less per device, would apply...
  • L.A. Board of Education approves next phase of iPad plan

    L.A. Board of Education approves next phase of iPad plan
    The Los Angeles Board of Education Tuesday approved the next phase of a $1-billion effort to provide computers to every student, teacher and administrator. The board agreed to distribute iPads to every student at 38 more schools, begin a bidding process...
  • L.A. school board moves forward with computer effort

    L.A. school board moves forward with computer effort
    Continuing its efforts to provide every student with a computer, the Los Angeles Board of Education on Tuesday agreed to distribute iPads to 38 more campuses, begin the process of purchasing laptops for seven high schools and buy as many tablets as needed...
  • Spain Sees Rapid Growth in VOD as Audiences Tap Into Digital Streaming

    While Spain's economy and box office are still reeling, the country also is undergoing a revolution in the way consumers, particularly younger ones, watch TV, as new technology including smartphones and tablets drive up numbers in the exploding video-on-...
  • Apple TV Saddles Up Red Bull Digital Network

    Apple TV is adding its first branded-content channel: Red Bull TV, the digital action-sports and entertainment network produced and distributed by the energy-drink manufacturer. Red Bull TV live programming, films, shows and clips are now available to...
  • ESPN Launches 15 College Conference Channels on Apple TV, Roku (EXCLUSIVE)

    ESPN is giving 15 college conferences their own dedicated, national TV channels stocked with live events and on-demand replays - streamed over the Internet, initially to Apple TV and Roku devices. The sports cabler is launching the new channels through...
  • Apple CEO: Apple TV Sales Topped $1 Billion in 2013

    Apple chief Tim Cook said the company last year sold more than $1 billion worth of Apple TV set-top boxes, which would equate to at least 10 million units. "It's a little more difficult to call it a hobby these days," said Cook, speaking at Apple...