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Warner Bros. Archive Collection Offers Instant Streaming

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.

Netflix Streams More “House of Cards” Trailers

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.

Amazon Prime Adds Monthly Plan

Amazon.com announced plans to publicly test a monthly pay option for its Amazon Prime services for customers that have avoided Prime due to the annual fee. The new monthly service will be offered at $7.99 per-month.

Comcast adds primetime CW shows On Demand

Starting tomorrow, Comcast will offer CW primetime shows such as Arrow, Gossip Girl, and The Vampire Diaries to customers with Xfinity On Demand service.

New Time Warner On-Demand movies

Time Warner Cable has added a bunch of new On-Demand movies under a category called "Hits of 2011." Cars 2, Super 8, and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 are among the included titles. All of the movies are available in either SD (Standard Definition) or HD (High Definition) resolution.

New Time Warner Cable On Demand movies in HD

Here's a list of some new movies available in HD from Time Warner's video On Demand Library. Among the new films added are "Zookeeper"...

Cox & Cablevision get 3D titles from Starz

Cox Communications and Cablevision subscribers can now get 3D titles on-demand from Starz Entertainment. Current 3D VOD titles available for viewing include Alice in...

What are the top On Demand movies?

What are the top On Demand movies so far this year? Research firm Rentrak has released data from January 1, 2011 through June 30, 2011 which reveals the top VOD movies by transaction rate.

Dish Network to offer 99 cent movies in HD

For the July 4th weekend Dish Network will offer five movies for 99 cents each via their DISH Cinema channel. The movies are no slouches either. The lineup includes the 2011 films "Sucker Punch," "Battle: Los Angeles," "Hall Pass," and "Just Go With It," as well as last year's 10-time Oscar nominated film "True Grit."

Suddenlink going mobile with ‘2GO’ service

Suddenlink, the seventh largest cable television service provider in the U.S., is going mobile with Suddenlink2GO online. The service allows internet viewing of content (similar to HBO Go and MAX Go) at no extra charge (although some content has a 24hr window after the premiere). The online service features content from HBO, Hulu, and Turner Broadcasting.

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