Until earlier this year, Viacom had used its own internally developed video player in apps for channels like MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. But in gearing up for TV Everywhere, to make more…
NBC is leaving no screen behind in its bid for Primetime Emmy glory this year.
With more videos appearing online, new startup Frequency aims to help aggregate it for viewers across multiple platforms, including its own website, iPad and Samsung's line of smart TVs.
The battle between HTML5 and Flash to be the dominant means for video playback on the Web is nothing less than epic.
Starz Media's Manga Entertainment has created Manga.com to offer clips of movie titles from a library of animated action pics produced in Asia.
Call it AppleTube. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Monday that the city has partnered with web TV provider Brightcove to produce web-based, on-demand provider NYCTVOD.
Hearst is acquiring young male-targeted online media company UGO Networks as the first step in a bid to reach a new demo on the Net.
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