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Roku files for $100M IPO

Roku has filed for an initial public offering and is looking to raise up to $100 million. The company will be listed on the NASDAQ appropriately under the ticker of ROKU. 339 more words


Hulu adds Live TV to Xbox 360

Starting today, Xbox 360 will support Hulu’s Live TV service.

Hulu launched the highly anticipated streaming service earlier this May, which provides access to live television as well as Hulu’s library of original and streaming content for just under $40 per month. 130 more words


Disney to pull all its movies from Netflix and start its own streaming services; will also launch an ESPN video streaming service

”Disney wants to own a bigger piece of the streaming pie,” Michelle Castillo reports for CNBC. “The company announced during its latest earnings report on Tuesday it intends to remove its movies from Netflix.” 221 more words


China clamps down on live-streaming services

The Chinese government has cracked down on three of the country’s top live-streaming services over their apparent broadcast of unsuitable political content.

Weibo, the Nasdaq-listed microblogging site, disclosed that it had received a notice from The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China (‘SAPPRFT’) asking it to cease all live-stream broadcasts. 285 more words


CamSoda jumps into the world of paid life-streaming

Have you always wanted to show your messy room to hundreds of people? Want to get paid for the pleasure of streaming your breakfasts, lunches, and dinners? 520 more words


Video-Streaming Service Hulu Walks Fine Line Between Disruption and the Status Quo

My favorite line in Michal Lev-Ram’s feature in the May issue of Fortune on TV-streaming service Hulu is when she calls them the “oh, yeah, I forgot about them” player that nevertheless has 12 million subscribers, a $6 billion valuation, and the complicated support of its entertainment-conglomerate owners. 360 more words


AT&T denies refunds for DirecTV Now customers, despite the service's performance issues

A number of consumers report they’re unable to get a refund for their subscription to AT&T’s recently launched streaming service, DirecTV Now – something they’ve requested after being unhappy with the new service’s performance. 1,462 more words