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Dendy and Nine Raise The Stakes in Australia’s Online Video Sector

HONG KONG – Independent cinema chain Dendy is to launch a VoD service next week in Australia. The move follows shortly after TV giant Nine Entertainment took a A$1 million stake in existing VoD platform QuickFlix. 308 more words


New Release Video On Demand

There is something to going to a theatre and experiencing a movie with a crowd around you. Laughs become funnier and thrills become more exciting. It is a communal experience and I doubt that excitement will ever change. 508 more words


Verizon and AT&T Earnings Previews: Different Paths to Profit Growth

Before U.S. markets open Tuesday morning, telecom giant Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) is scheduled to report second-quarter earnings per share (EPS) that are nearly 24% higher than EPS in the same period a year ago. 290 more words

Telecom & Wireless

[Trailer] After More Than a Half Decade Shelved, ‘The Poughkeepsie Tapes’ Arrives

The Poughkeepsie Tapes is one of those rare found footage films that manage to genuinely frighten audiences. While flawed on a slight level, the film is extremely convincing and really, really dark. 115 more words


Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow.

It was during the post-production of Justice Is Mind in 2013 that the idea for SOS United States came to me. And like the original idea for… 561 more words

Justice Is Mind

Kickstarter, Yahoo, Netflix, Amazon: Is this what we mean by Video On-Demand?

When Yahoo Screen announced it was to bequeath a sixth season onto the former NBC comedy ‘Community’, thousands of fans were grateful that someone had finally come forth to give them this mythical batch of new episodes. 539 more words

Amazon Prime

Will 'Snowpiercer's' VOD Success Change the Film Industry?

In January of 2006, Magnolia Pictures released Bubble, a micro-budget, semi-improvised independent film about the employees of a small-town doll factory. Two things were notable about the picture: it was from Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh, and it was the first “multi-platform” release of note — it was released, simultaneously, to movie theaters, DVD, and video-on-demand (still in its infancy at the time). 1,103 more words