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  • Kevin Hunt: Cable Buster? Channel Master's DVR+

    Kevin Hunt: Cable Buster? Channel Master's DVR+
    More than 1.7 million subscribers dropped cable television last year, but conscientious objectors who turned to over-the-air TV expecting to eliminate all monthly TV-viewing fees didn't have much choice if they wanted a functional DVR. TiVo's base-model...
  • AOL Launches Free Streaming Movies in Pact with Miramax

    AOL is now playing in the movie biz. The Internet media company inked a deal with Miramax to deliver a selection of its full-length films to U.S. users, available to watch for free (with ads) across a range of devices. The pact will lead up to the launch...
  • Netflix to Launch on Three U.S. Cable Operators via TiVo

    Netflix has grabbed its first foothold with cable operators in the United States, with plans to launch on three smaller companies next week through an app on TiVo DVRs. The deals are with RCN Communications, Atlantic Broadband and Grande Communications....
  • Netflix Bolsters Al Franken's Arguments Against Comcast-TWC Merger

    Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), so far the most visible Capitol Hill lawmaker to oppose Comcast's merger with Time Warner Cable, is pointing to Netflix's experience as an example of why the transaction should be blocked. Netflix earlier this week announced...
  • ESPN Chief: Cable TV Has to 'Protect Our Turf' Against Online Challengers

    Cable television is a better product than Internet video services - but the industry still needs to improve how it delivers TV across all devices and emphasize the value of pay TV, according to John Skipper, president of ESPN and co-chairman of Disney...
  • Hulu Seeks Pay TV Partners

    Hulu is in negotiations with U.S. pay TV operators to get a perch on set-top boxes, CEO Mike Hopkins disclosed at the streaming service's Digital Content NewFront presentation Wednesday. Disclosure comes on the heels of rival Netflix's announcement...
  • Ever Wonder What Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Subscribers Watch? Take A Look

    To the eternal frustration of the TV industry, subscriber VOD companies Netflix, Hulu and Amazon don't publicly reveal much information about what their customers watch on TV. But some new data culled from a January 2014 survey of the TiVo Power||Watch...
  • Netflix, Vodafone Sign Exclusive Pact for 4G Wireless Customers in the U.K.

    Vodafone, one of the world's largest wireless carriers, announced an exclusive mobile deal with Netflix under which 4G customers in the U.K. will receive a six-month free subscription to the streaming-video service. The Vodafone deal is another plank...
  • Dish Offers Six Months of Free Netflix to New Customers

    Dish Network signed a deal with Netflix under which new subscribers who take the satcaster's Hopper digital video recorder will receive six months free of the subscription VOD service. The pact isn't as deep as Netflix would like -- Dish is not...
  • NBC's 'Crisis' casts Chicago as D.C. stand-in

    NBC's 'Crisis' casts Chicago as D.C. stand-in
    "Kill the kid!" Dermot Mulroney, in character as ex-CIA analyst Thomas Gibson, is barking orders to a group of people, some standing, some hunched over computers, in a small green- and yellow-tiled kitchen set on a soundstage in the West Side's...
  • Amazon Set-Top Box REVEALED: It's an Indoor Drone!

    The tech world's favorite guessing game can finally be put to rest. A long-anticipated set-top box Amazon is expected to unveil at a press conference Wednesday is in fact an indoor drone, according to sources. The device will wirelessly deliver films, TV...
  • Super Bowl ads: Movies show up but don't leave biggest impression

    Super Bowl ads: Movies show up but don't leave biggest impression
    This year's crop of movie trailers airing during the Super Bowl featured such memorable sights as a sword-wielding robot riding a mechanical dinosaur, a flood of truly biblical proportions and a web-slinging superhero battling an electricity-powered...