"ONLINE VIDEO" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Could Twitter be the next company to take on Twitch in streaming?
Mixer has just officially died, but out of the ashes could Twitter rise up and combat Twitch?
Disney+ is 5 months old and already has 50 million paying subscribers
The young streaming service Disney+ has reached a new milestone in total paying subscribers.
Intel partners with Turner to create 'America's Greatest Makers' show
Intel will have a go at TV.
21 million people tuned in to watch E3 using Twitch, company says
Millions of people relied on Twitch to watch E3.
HBO's CEO doesn't want to directly cater to binge watchers
Netflix and Amazon might make it easy to binge watch online videos, but HBO doesn't want to necessarily cater to that type of behavior.
Movies nominated for an Oscar see surge in Internet piracy
Oscar-nominated movies see uptick in piracy following announcement in January.
'The Interview' still enjoys online success, racking up rentals, sales
"The Interview" may not have been a theater box office hit, but continues to rack up sales and rentals online.
'The Interview' could spark online movie release effort in Hollywood
Sony Pictures didn't want to release "The Interview," but bowed under pressure - and could have helped usher in change in the movie industry.
'The Interview' release expanding to more theaters, via cable service
Anyone interested in watching "The Interview" now has a wider choice of options.
Report: Americans streaming more online video, watching less TV
Americans are now streaming more content while watching less TV.
Report: HBO will launch standalone online streaming service next year
HBO plans to launch a standalone online channel next year, shaking up its business practices a bit more.
Dailymotion ready to invade US, thrown down with YouTube
Online video site Dailymotion looks to jump into the US video market, ready to compete with YouTube and Netflix.
Paramount Pictures leaves behind film, goes fully digital
Paramount Pictures has shipped its last movie on traditional 35 film, as the company goes digital.