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Apple Negotiating Deals For 99 Cent TV Show Rentals?

One of the best ways to acquire digital media, is, well, digitally. Several companies have been offering digital distribution services for some time now. One such service I’m sure you’re all familiar with is Netflix who has their Stream Instantly service allowing consumers to watch even high definition videos with little to no buffer. read more…

Dish Network Starts Offering Online Content Streaming

Dish Network isn’t resting on its laurels as part of the pay TV circuit–sure, they’re one of the best in television but even they likely know the competition they face with things like Netflix. read more…

UFC Streaming Still Occurring Despite Legal Restrictions

Last week, the company known as Zuffa which owns UFC subpoenaed Ustream and Justin.tv after some of their users were caught streaming pay-per-view events illegally. Since then, an online search was performed during last night’s UFC 117 event, showing that the illegal streaming is still occurring. read more…

Sling Claims That Its Fixing Recent Streaming Problems But Its Service Isnt Fully Restored Yet

As of Friday, Sling said that they’ve been actively working to restore its streaming service, which has been experiencing certain glitches recently. Now the streaming provider reports that most of the problems have been resolved by making changes to its service. read more…

Cablevision Announces TV And VOD Streaming For iPads And Other Network-Enabled Devices

Recently, Tom Rutledge from Cablevision announced that they will be offering broadcast TV and video on-demand services for network-enabled devices such as the iPad. Currently, the company is developing program guide software for Android and PCs as well. read more…

LG Art Cinema DP1 Media Player

Currently, LG is preparing to start production of their new media player callled the Art Cinema DP1. According to TechFresh, the device is basically a DivX media player that’s equipped with Wi-Fi. read more…

ViewSonics New NexTV VMP75 Media Player Ships Next Week

Previously, Viewsonic didn’t announce a release date for its upcoming NexTV VMP75 media player but now they’ve given the official word for its launch. This device is currently available for shipping from Amazon and Newegg. read more…

Viacom, YouTube End Legal Battle; YouTube Comes Out on Top

If you’ve been following the Viacom/YouTube legal battle you’ll know that it has been a long and tedious one. If you’re not familiar with it, basically Viacom accused YouTube of infringing on their copyrights and slapped them with a $1 billion law suit. read more…

Hulu to include CBS, Viacom content in subscriber package?

Hulu has pretty much been the go-to website whenever someone wants to watch a television episode on their computer for free. However, despite featuring a ton of free content, Hulu does not feature the same amount of content that you would find in a traditional cable/satellite subscription. read more…

Sears And Kmart Plan To Provide Movie Streaming Service

Wow, now even major retailing stores are expanding their business into video streaming to win over consumers. Thus, Sears and Kmart are preparing to launch a digital video service for the holidays. read more…

Reflex Dock Pro Allows You To Watch Videos From An iPhone On Your TV

If you’re an iPhone owner, then you probably like being able to stream movies, TV episodes and other videos to watch on your handset. But your viewing experience is definitely limited since your smartphone has such a small screen. read more…

Release Date For Boxee Box Gets Pushed Back To November

Hello again, dear readers. If you’re among those waiting to get your hands on the media streaming player known as Boxee Box, then you’ll have to be patient for a while longer. It’s been announced that the device will definitely be delayed and its release date is November now for the United States and Canada. read more…

Hulu Intends To Charge For Service, Offering It On Mobile Devices And Consoles

Apparently, Hulu might not be a free service much longer. They plan to start a subscription policy for their service and make it accessible on devices possibly including the X-box 360 and iPad two months from now. read more…

Video On Demand Movies to be Fast Tracked?

Now you don’t have to worry about waiting a long time before you can watch recently released movies via streaming media. Rumors are coming out that leading film companies have agreed to release Video On Demand within 30 days for about $20 to $30. read more…

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