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Willie Sutton And TV

Let’s start this week with a little history lesson. You probably haven’t heard of Willie Sutton. According to Wikipedia, William Francis “Willie” Sutton, Jr. 421 more words

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Sony releases its PlayStation Vue streaming television service in select cities, but how does it compare to Sling?

Update (3/27 5:30pm): Just in time for the Mad Men season premiere, PlatStation Vue has added the AMC family of networks to its service. This includes AMC, WEtv, IFC, and Sundance. 710 more words


U.S. DOJ could force Comcast to offer NBCUniversal content for Apple's Internet TV service

”Despite reportedly refusing to engage in discussions to join Apple’s rumored web television initiative, cable provider Comcast may have no choice but to eventually capitulate thanks to regulatory concessions the company agreed to in 2011 as part of its takeover of NBCUniversal,” AppleInsider reports. 143 more words


Apple looks to blow up the cable TV model

”After years of complaining about having to pay for obscure TV channels they never watch, American consumers might finally be getting their way,” Gerry Smith reports for Bloomberg. 242 more words


Apple's upcoming Internet TV service: 8 key questions

”Apple is reportedly planning to launch a streaming-video TV service, with 25 channels in all, anchored by major broadcasters, including Disney’s ABC, Viacom’s CBS and New Corp.’s Fox,” Tim Mullaney writes for CNBC. 265 more words


Will upcoming Apple Internet TV service be cord cutting's tipping point?

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is getting close to a web-only TV package that will offer roughly 25 channels and cost somewhere between $30 and $40 per month,” Dorothy Pomerantz writes for Forbes. 327 more words


NBC plans Apple TV app that requires cable subscription later this year

”Despite reports that NBC Universal is not involved in negotiations for Apple’s upcoming subscription TV replacement service, NBC still hopes to arrive on the Apple TV as soon as the second half of 2015, according to a source with knowledge of NBC’s digital roadmap,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac. 186 more words