Time Warner cable met their competition head-to-head today by offering an HBO starter bundle for $29.99-per-month to new customers.
Comcast is walking back speculation that the cable giant would soon be adding Netflix, making it the first time the streaming service would be available on a cable company's set-top box. Meanwhile, speculation is that Netflix might make movies for the big screen.
IMAX and PRIMA Cinema announced a partnership today that will allow IMAX to use PRIMA Cinema transmittal technology to deliver high quality premium content to your home… that is if your home can afford one.
Comcast announced pricing for a special bundle featuring their high-speed Internet service along with local channels, the Streampix streaming service and— drumroll please —HBO, all for the reasonable price of $39.99 for 12 months.
Netflix, a company once considered to be on life-support by Wall Street gambling wags, is expected to dominate HBO in paid U.S. subscribers by the end of 2013. Estimates put Netflix at roughly 31 million subscribers as of the 4th quarter of this year, with HBO at around 29 million paid customers.
DC Comics premiered an animated short on YouTube yesterday and it must be seen by any true Superfan. Directed by Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) and Bruce Timm (Superman: The Animated Series), it's a terrific video capsule that showcases the evolution of the superhero character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
Netflix, a company once on the verge of everyone's tech death pool, has begun discussions with several pay-TV service providers to be included as an app on smart set-top boxes, and may finalize their first deal as early as the first business quarter of 2014.
In a deal between Twitter, Comcast and NBCUniversal, Twitter users will see expanded tweets about NBCUniversal shows and be able to record or watch those shows directly from the tweet.
Breaking Bad cinematographer Michael Slovis mentions that the show might not have found its success with audiences if not for the "perfect storm" of a visually creative mind creating a show during the advent of affordable home theater technology.
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