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  • Sundance Channel, WE tv Add International Carriers

    MUMBAI -- The Sundance Channel is being added to LG Korea, the Korean IPTV platform, as a 24 hour linear channel. It is already available in the country on Skylife, Olleh TV and B.TV. In Taiwan it is launching as a mobile video-on-demand (VoD) service...
  • Al Jazeera America and Time Warner Cable: What Broke The Impasse?

    For infant cable-news outlet Al Jazeera America, a carriage agreement announced today with Time Warner Cable would seem to be the answer to all its hopes: The deal gives low-rated AJA a presence in about 10 million more homes that have access to cable,...
  • MTV Hits Binge Button: Full Season of New Series Released on Apps Ahead of TV Bow

    In what appears to be a first for a television network, MTV has pre-released a full season of a series exclusively on an app -- a week prior to TV broadcast. The Viacom-owned cabler's strategy apes the Netflix practice of dropping all episodes of a...
  • ESPN To Join Group Aiming To Automate TV Ad Buys

    Walt Disney's ESPN is joining a consortium of media and advertising concerns hoping to automate the practice of buying TV and radio advertising, a practice that remains somewhat arcane despite advances available when buying digital media. ESPN said it...
  • Having an Aereo service won't necessarily solve retransmission dilemma

    Are pay-TV distributors DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications looking to create their own version of Aereo -- the start-up that transmits the over-the-air broadcast television signals to consumers via the Internet? That's what a story...
  • Time Warner Cable Launches Showtime's Internet Video Service

    Here's one silver lining for Time Warner Cable customers out of its bruising fight with CBS: The MSO, under the deal it eventually reached with the Eye, has launched Showtime Networks' authentication service to let subscribers access the premium cabler'...
  • Starz Hops Aboard Microsoft's Xbox

    Starz is finally bringing its authenticated video service to Microsoft's Xbox -- but not yet to the latest generation of the console. The premium cabler's TV Everywhere service for subscribers, Starz Play, is now available for the Xbox 360 videogame...
  • Verizon FiOS Now Streaming CBS, Fox Local Stations to In-Home Devices

    It's still not close to TV Everywhere, but Verizon Communications is expanding live-TV streaming options to let FiOS customers watch CBS and Fox stations in several East Coast markets at home on tablets and smartphones. The telco also is beefing up out-...
  • When is the Yule Log on TV 2013?

     
    During the 2013 Christmas season, you will once again have chances to enjoy a virtual blazing Yule Log on TV, both in the form of the original, WPIX version that has been around since the 1960s, as well as a 21st century version via On Demand. Here are...
  • TV's Latest Internet Disruption? NimbleTV Launches in NYC by Piggybacking on Pay TV

    Attention, television execs: NimbleTV, another startup streaming live and recorded TV to devices over the Internet, is now open for business. But NimbleTV, whose backers include Tribune Co., claims its service reinforces the industry's business models --...
  • NimbleTV turns on its service for watching, recording shows online

     NimbleTV turns on its service for watching, recording shows online
    After more than a year of testing, a service that lets pay television subscribers watch and record shows online is launching for New Yorkers. NimbleTV, a start-up with 17 employees, is rolling out in the greater New York area, where customers can sign...
  • Apple TV Adds ABC, Sony Crackle, Bloomberg and Korean TV Apps

    Apple continues to lure more content partners to its $99 streaming-video box, adding access for Apple TV users to new apps for Disney's Watch ABC, Sony's Crackle, Bloomberg and Korean TV service KORTV. The new services became available Wednesday,...