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YouTube adds 3,000 movies to streaming service

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Google and YouTube have officially entered the movies streaming wars with Netflix, iTunes and others: Google has announced that it has struck a deal with movie studios NBC Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros to bring over 3,000 movies to stream on YouTube. read more…

YouTube ready to do video on-demand movies?

Considering that Google has spent $100 million on original content and a YouTube channel has been removed from Roku, I am beginning to see a reason.

There is some talk that YouTube has locked up a lot of studio deals with Sony, Warner, and Universal as well as other independent studios like Lionsgate and Kino Lorber. read more…

Google to spend $100 million on original content on YouTube?


According to new reports from Wall Street Journal, online giant Google is looking to get into the content business, at least, for their popular video site YouTube. Now Google will invest $100 million into producing high quality, original content for the site, which will amount to several hours of content per week. read more…

YouTube Talking with NHL & NBA to Stream Live Games?

When it comes to online video YouTube is more often times than not the definitive source. Featured on YouTube is a whole slew of content fro just about everyone including product reviews and video game commentaries to full length feature films. read more…

YouTube to stream NBA games?

If you’re an NBA fan, you’ve most likely heard of the NBA.com streaming plan, called “League Pass”, where you can stream every NBA game of the season for $100. Sure, that’s a lot of money, but you’re getting something like 40 games per week to watch. read more…

DirecTV DVRs Get YouTube Streaming

If you head down to your local video rental store there are probably shelves full of movies and television shows for you to feast your eyes on. However, with the emergence of the Internet you can get more content delivered to you instantly from the comfort of your own counch than would ever be able to fit in a warehouse, let alone single retail location. read more…

Miramax 700 movies coming to YouTube?

As you might not be aware, Miramax shut its doors not so long ago.

There is rumors now of Google snagging all the rights to Miramax films that were sold to Filmyard Holdings last July. This could lead to all Mirmax films being on YouTube. read more…

Yamaha Makes Netflix, Blockbuster And YouTube Accessible With New BD-A1000 Blu-ray Player

Today, Yamaha introduced quite a fascinating, new Blu-ray player called the BD-A1000. The player features 1080p playback through HDMI, component outputs, coaxial / Toslink digital audio ports, an RS-232C control socket, an Ethernet port and a couple of USB ports. read more…

YouTube to Offer Pay-Per-View Videos Soon?

One of the easiest and most effective ways of getting media is through streaming services. While they are a few out there the one big name that you’ve probably all heard of is Netflix with their Stream Instantly service. read more…

Google working with YouTube to get more recent movies on it

I’m sure that we know that YouTube is putting out a lot of full-length films, similar to the Hulu.

It would appear that Google is wanting to offer more as far as full-length films are concerned. read more…

The PS3 Console Scheduled To Receive A New 3D Update With YouTube And Blu-ray

Originally, Sony’s gaming console was already scheduled for an update in September. However, a second update has been announced for the PS3, bringing YouTube and 3D photos with .mpo format into the mix. read more…

YouTube Launches Leanback

YouTube is the Internet’s one stop shop for all things video. Of course, while uploading illegal content to the service isn’t allowed, users still do it so finding some gems on there is quite simple. 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…

The First YouTube video, posted five years ago

Take a look at the funny video above. It will only take you 18 seconds. Okay, it isn’t really funny at all. In fact, don’t we already know that elephants have large trunks? read more…

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