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HD Report | July 25, 2017

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Verizon FiOS TV marathon to offer 90 TV show seasons

March 26, 2014 |

It’s that time of year again when Verizon will promote a full week of TV watching during their On Demand marathon. This year, the telco will offer over 90 full TV show seasons and over 2,300 movie titles, encouraging subscribers … Read More

Twitter and Comcast strike deal for direct viewing from Tweets

October 9, 2013 |

TwitterComcast and NBC Universal announced a deal today that should have the Twittersphere trending it with hashtags #ablazin’.  In a strategic partnership between the newly public company, the recently merged media conglomerate, and the old school content producer, Twitter users will be able to see expanded tweets about NBCUniversal shows such as The Voice and Sunday Night Football and be able to either record or watch those shows directly from the tweet through either an enabled set-top box, HDTV or mobile device.  Comcast says the feature, called “See It“, will be rolled out in November of this year to Comcast Xfinity cable subscribers. Read More

Comcast to offer On Demand views during Xfinity Freeview Latino

September 19, 2013 |

Comcast will offer over 1,000 hours of On Demand programming both in Spanish and English during a two week period starting on Monday, Sept. 23. Branded “Xfinity Freeview Latino,” the access will be available Xfinity TV customers On Demand, … Read More

Charter offers twelve Star Trek titles to view On Demand

September 16, 2013 |

For the remainder of this month through October 14, Charter Communications is offering twelve Star Trek titles to rent from their Video On Demand library. The Star Trek collection is this month’s theme of choice from the cable TV … Read More

Target Enters The Streaming Fray With Target Ticket

September 1, 2013 |

Target Brands Inc, owner of Target stores, has been quietly beta testing a video streaming service called Target Ticket, intended to lure consumers who have strayed from purchasing discs in-store in favor of services that offer content downloads directly to their home entertainment systems, computers and mobile devices.   Read More

Sony Adds Viacom Content To Online TV Service

August 16, 2013 |

Though the end of cable TV and it’s bundled services still seems just out of reach for many people, some cord-cutters can rejoice today over the deal Sony has made with content provider and global mass-media conglomerate, Viacom, Inc, to stream content from MTV Networks, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and other premium channels. Read More

Starz & Encore channels to broadcast more Fox titles

July 30, 2013 |

Starz and Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution have reached a distribution deal that will put hundreds of Fox movies on  STARZ and ENCORE movie channels. The multi-year agreement includes standard-definition and HD versions of titles, as well as On Demand and … Read More

Netflix To Introduce Family Share Plan

April 23, 2013 |

Netflix posted major subscriber growth for 1Q13, beating HBO for the first time on subscriber numbers. Netflix will be introducing a $11.99 per month family plan that allows for up to four devices to simultaneously stream content on one account.Read More

No More Free Rides On Netflix?

April 22, 2013 |

Wall Street Casino gamblers seem to think Netflix’s Reed Hastings is leaving money on the table by letting friends and family get a free ride on one account. Netflix may consider “family plans” at a different price tier to alleviate the problem and increase revenue.Read More

Netflix Premieres Hemlock Grove Today

April 19, 2013 |

Starting today, Netflix subscribers can watch all 13 episodes of the new Eli Roth produced horror series Hemlock Grove. Read More

Netflix To Premiere Arrested Development May 26th

April 4, 2013 |

Netflix announced this week that all episodes for the fourth season of Arrested Development in HD will air on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at midnight (over Memorial Day weekend, needless to say).Read More

Amazon Creating “Zombieland” Pilot And More Original Programs

March 27, 2013 |

Amazon Prime Instant Video is producing a pilot to the movie, Zombieland, along with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the creative minds behind one of the top-grossing zombie movies ever made. Read More

Netflix Teases Original Series “Hemlock Grove”

March 21, 2013 |

Netflix has put four teasers for their upcoming horror series, Hemlock Grove online (behind their paywall and on YouTube) and though it’s difficult to tell just where this type of series may be headed from the somewhat vague, atmospheric trailers Read More

Redbox Instant Streaming Available To Public **UPDATED**

March 19, 2013 | 2

As of today, the beta testing of Redbox Instant by Verizon ends and the public roll-out of the service begins… and it’s a lot like Netflix’s approach in its early stages.Read More

Roku 3 Media Player Debuts Today

March 5, 2013 |

Roku has announced the next upgrade in its line of streaming media players. The Roku 3 will be on sale for $99.99 starting today and offer upgrades to the processor, user interface and ports. Read More

Who Wants Hulu?

March 5, 2013 |

With regards to Hulu, News Corp. is trying to get Disney to buy their stake in this timeshare that’s turned out to be Florida swampland, while Disney is trying to convince News Corp. to do the same.Read More

‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2’ opening Blu-ray & DVD sales

March 5, 2013 |

THE-TWILIGHT-SAGA-BREAKING-DAWN-PART-2-blu-ray-frontSummit Entertainment’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 sold an estimated 3.85 million combined Blu-ray and DVD units over weekend, following the film’s home media release on March 2. According to Lionsgate, Blu-ray Disc copies of ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2’ made up for about 27% of the units sold over the opening weekend, reflecting an increase from Blu-ray sales of ‘Breaking Dawn Part 1’ last year at 22%. Over 3,000 stores nationwide held release parties as the clock hit midnight last Friday including Target, Walmart, and Best Buy. Read More

Sony Pictures extends deal with Starz

February 11, 2013 |

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In a bit of industry news, Starz announced a new agreement with Sony Pictures today that extends their current exclusive first-run premium pay TV agreement through 2021 — a five year extension from the previous deal that had included movies released through 2016. The agreement includes titles from Sony Pictures-owned Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Classics, TriStar, and Screen Gems. This year, you’ll be able to see films such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Zero Dark Thirty, and Men In Black 3 exclusively on Starz. Read More

Warner Bros. Archive Collection Offers Instant Streaming

February 1, 2013 |

Warner Bros. has stepped into the VOD streaming fray with their Warner Archive Collection Instant service, intending to go head-to-head with established streaming video companies such as Netflix and Hulu. Read More

Netflix Streams More “House of Cards” Trailers

January 28, 2013 |

In the lead up to this Friday’s premier of their new episodic political thriller, House Of Cards, Netflix has released more new trailers on their website.Read More

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