Verizon is getting ready to launch a new mobile video service called Go90 this summer, Variety has learned. Go90 promises users full episodes of TV shows from select networks as well as music videos…
Be prepared to be scared: AMC Networks has begun an invite-only beta test of their horror-centric OTT video service Shudder. The service offers streaming access to full-length ad-free horror movies…
TOKYO — Fuji TV will become the first Japanese network to offer its shows on the Internet simultaneously with its regular broadcast 24 hours a day. On March 14 Fuji will launch Fuji TV NEXT Smart…
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Six films have been selected for this year's U.S. in Progress Wroclaw, an initiative that aims to introduce independent U.S. films in post-production to European buyers and festivals. The two-day…
Pay TV operators have been deeply skeptical that Intel, Sony, Google, Apple or anyone else can secure a critical mass of programming agreements for Internet TV services that challenge established…
Music publishing and rights management company Ole has acquired worldwide publishing rights to a glut of film and TV music from Sony Pictures Entertainment, the two companies announced July 2…
Cox Communications is the first major U.S. pay TV operator to explicitly aim at cord-cutters, launching a test of a lower-priced TV and cloud DVR service in Orange County, Calif., delivered over its…
Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said the satcaster is well positioned to introduce an over-the-top TV service and he maintained that Dish is “very comfortable” with its bid to acquire Sprint in…
Sony has acquired domestic and many international rights to David Ayer's World War II actioner "Fury" with Brad Pitt starring.
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Ever the nonconformist, Mark Cuban opened the NATPE confab by extolling the virtues of old-fashioned live TV, questioning the long-term viability of over-the-top services and defending cable's…