“Homeland” returns to Showtime for its third season Sunday, but not before it gets the parody treatment on YouTube. Above Average, a comedy net within Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video, has spoofed the…
FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” is getting into the aftershow biz already capitalized upon by dramas including “The Walking Dead” and “Breaking Bad.” Unlike “Talking Dead” and “Talking Bad,” however, “SOA’s”…
Microsoft will pull the plug on MSN TV, the service based on the early Internet-device startup WebTV it bought 16 years ago, effective Sept. 30. It will surely surprise some that the Son of WebTV was…
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In making the jump from YouTube to cable on Nickelodeon, AwesomenessTV predictably has left the edgier bits behind — so as not to ruffle the feathers of parents of the target tween aud — with the…
TouchCast is touting an app for creating Internet videos with fully interactive, live web elements far superior to what's available through YouTube — although the startup entertains no fantasies that…
Intel is building out a large call-center operation internally dubbed "Audience Care" for the launch of an Internet television service targeted for later this year — a first for the chip giant, which…
Celebrity news venture "omg! Insider" is learning firsthand something often reflected in its own reporting: Relationships aren't easy.
Here's a headache for both the hardware industry and Hollywood: Only 47% of home entertainment devices — smart TVs, Blu-ray players, video game consoles and streaming media devices — are connected to…
Reality shingle 44 Blue Productions has inked an exclusive deal with Jesse Draper to bring Draper’s web series “The Valley Girl Show” to TV, and develop a biz competish show titled “What Women…
Nielsen last week took a symbolic step toward helping the biz monetize TV viewing done via the Internet.
As digital content continues to migrate from YouTube channels to TV, producers are scrambling to find the next "Annoying Orange" and other properties ripe for the cable picking.