Verizon Buys Intel's Internet TV Unit, Plans to Launch Virtual TV Services

It's official: Verizon Communications and Intel announced that the telco will acquire the chip company's over-the-top broadband TV division, and Verizon plans to use the technology to spruce up... |
As Netflix Rises, HBO and Showtime Subscribers Shrink as Percentage of U.S. Households

Is Netflix putting a dent in premium cable subscriptions? A new study suggests that a growing number of consumers are opting to pay for standalone Internet video services instead of subscribing to... |
What Does Net Neutrality Ruling Mean for Netflix?

The dismantling of the FCC rule known as Net Neutrality raises the possibility that Netflix may someday have to pay additional fees to Internet service providers to ensure that its video continues... |
Court Ruling Won't Boost Your Netflix Bill. Yet.

This week's Net neutrality ruling made for dense reading, but it left millions of Netflix customers with one clear worry: Would they need to pay more to stream the service? |
NBCUniversal To Stream Video On Facebook To Promote Olympics

Now that NBCUniversal is devoting more than 1000 hours to digital coverage of the coming Sochi Olympics, it makes sense that the company will partner with a social-media giant to draw viewers to... |
Warner Bros. TV Pacts with Maker Studios for Heist Comedy on YouTube

Digital video company Maker Studios has teamed with Warner Bros. Television Group's Studio 2.0 division for an original short-form comedy series, "Robin Banks and the Bank Roberts," that debuted... |
Death of TV? Hardly. Canadians signing up for more subscriptions, not less

By the end of 2014, two-and-a-half-million Canadian households will actually have multiple television subscriptions, according to a prediction from Deloitte... |
Forget cord-cutting: Canadians happy to pay for extra TV

For Jeff Taylor, the monthly cost of having Netflix is akin to what he spends at the coffee shop every couple of days. Taylor subscribes to the online TV service in addition to his cable TV... |
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