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In Ten Years Television will Look Like.....

Do you wonder what the future of broadcast television will look like in 10 years? Television as we know will continue to evolve just like all technology.  354 more words

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Apple vs. Comcast has the makings of a great corporate rivalry

The most significant new detail about Apple’s long-rumored plans for an internet television service? Not the pricing, which channels it would include, or how it would actually work. 358 more words

HBO NOW will launch exclusively on Apple devices in April

HBO NOW, the US pay-TV behemoth’s upcoming streaming service aimed at cord cutters, will launch exclusively on the Apple TV, iPhone, iPod, and iPad for $14.99 a month in early April—conveniently, right before the April 12 season five premiere of  181 more words

HBO's streaming service for cord cutters now has a name and price

HBO’s cable-free streaming service will be called “HBO Now” and cost $15 per month, according to International Business Times. HBO is reportedly trying to launch the service by April 12, in time for the fifth-season premiere of  325 more words

Big media should want a piece of baseball's best business

MLB Advanced Media (or BAM as its known) is the digital offshoot of professional baseball that  was set up in the 1990s to manage pro baseball team websites. 443 more words

Does somebody actually want to buy the Discovery Channel?

Last night, while most of the US (particularly its media reporters) were fixated on the annual Hollywood extravaganza known as the Oscars, an intriguing story broke on the other side of the planet, about two of the country’s major television companies. 412 more words

Netflix briefly put the third season of "House of Cards" online, then pulled it

Netflix screwed up. The streaming video service just released 10 episodes of season three of its hit series House of Cards to all subscribers in the United States. 147 more words