This morning all the tech blogs were a-Twitter over Amazon’s move into streaming movies.
Some golden oldies are in the mix, including full seasons of Star Trek, Frasier and Cheers.
Netflix is now the only streaming service to Read More
Hulu CEO Jason Kilar was feeling triumphant last night, having just won the right to start airing top properties like The Daily Show and Colbert Report again.
In a lengthy blog post, Kilar laid out the future of web TV as Hulu sees it, and didn’t mince words when describing the traditional TV Read More
Boxee’s long awaited partnership with Netflix is apparently up and running, but not yet ready for public consumption.
As Netflix continues to emerge as a powerhouse in the web tv market, the traditional cable companies are trying to cripple the company by jacking up the price to carry their data.
In a letter to shareholders CEO Reed Hastings made it plain the company won’t take this lying down.
“Tomorrow, we’ll publish Read More
Netflix announced this morning that users can no longer add DVDs to their mailing queue from devices they use to stream Netflix films.
The company offered a lame but honest explanation. “Providing the option to add a DVD to your Queue from a streaming device complicates the instant watching experience and ties up resources Read More
Netflix is increasingly emerging as the biggest and best player in the web TV / streaming video space. In other words, a major threat to the old school cable and pay TV industry.
On the heels of introducing a new streaming only service for $7.99, Netflix this morning announced a new distribution deal Read More
“This is like nerd prom,” said Howcast’s Katy Zack, coming through the door to the packed Irving Plaza ballroom for last night’s Boxee Box launch event.
“More like a nerd rock show,” chimed in NY Tech Meetup’s Nate Westheimer, heading to the bar.
Digerati like Union Square’s Fred Wilson and Foursquare’s Naveen Selvadurai mingled in the Read More