"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.
ESPN could be sold as a standalone service, but not anytime soon
ESPN to get a standalone streaming service one day?
Would you pay $6.99 for a la carte streaming NBA games?
Would you pay to watch individual NBA games?
GoPro likes the idea of live video footage from peloton, other sports
GoPro hopes to live-stream on-bike video content.
Aziz Ansari explains interest in partnering with Netflix
Aziz Ansari explains his love for Netflix.
21 million people tuned in to watch E3 using Twitch, company says
Millions of people relied on Twitch to watch E3.
Online video streaming is booming during the NBA Finals
More of us are watching live sporting events using online and mobile solutions.
Netflix trying to battle piracy of 'Orange is the New Black' series
Watching Orange is the New Black? Netflix hopes you're using its service.
Yahoo will stream NFL football games starting next season
NFL is testing streaming games, with Yahoo serving as its first partner for a game next year.
Netflix reportedly testing movie trailer playback before content plays
Netflix currently testing various advertising formats.
Netflix gobbles up 36.5% traffic during peak hours in North America
Netflix gobbles up 36.5% of downstream traffic at peak hours, study finds.
Spotify adding to its streaming services, including video clips
Spotify expanding its services, now includes video clips and original content.
AT&T trying to fight cord cutting by adding Hulu before end of 2015
AT&T subscribers will be able to enjoy Hulu before the end of 2015.
Report: Spotify sets its sights on streaming video service
Popular online streaming music service Spotify reportedly interested in expanding into online video.
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao offers piracy websites lucrative night
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao could be a great time for Internet piracy websites.
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.
Hulu reaches agreement to stream entire catalog of Seinfeld
Miss Seinfeld? Don't worry, the show will be available on Hulu.
YouTube now paying top stars to create original video content
YouTube wants original content, and is willing to pay some of its largest video draws to help out.
Netflix adds 4.88M subscribers in Q1, surpassing its own expectations
Netflix added 4.8 million customers during Q1.
Sling TV adds HBO just in time for 'Game of Thrones'
This is no April Fool's joke... Sling TV will add HBO in time for Game of Thrones!
HBO, Showtime trying to get special streaming deal from ISPs
HBO and Showtime are working with ISPs and the government to see if they can get custom deal.
Movies nominated for an Oscar see surge in Internet piracy
Oscar-nominated movies see uptick in piracy following announcement in January.
In case you missed it, 'The Interview' now available on Netflix
Rejoice! "The Interview" is now available on Netflix!
Netflix hopes to stream upwards of 20 scripted series each year
If Netflix has its way, it will be able to release 20 original series each year for subscribers.
NBC will offer free live stream of the Super Bowl with no subscription
NBC will stream the Super Bowl, and viewers won't be required to have a cable or satellite subscription.
Overstock plans online streaming service, taking aim at Amazon
Overstock wants to throw down in the online video market, taking aim at Amazon.
Amazon plans to produce movies that reach Prime faster
Amazon plans to ride momentum from TV business into online movies.
Online video services expand as cord cutting because plausible
Cord cutting becomes more realistic as content providers begin to roll out premium online services.
'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.
'Game of Thrones' most pirated TV show of 2014, according to reports
The "Game of Thrones" was the most pirated TV show of 2014, ahead of 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Walking Dead'
More consumers just want Internet access from cable providers
Cable companies are under fire, as growing numbers of subscribers just want Internet access - and don't mind cutting the cord.
HBO reportedly set to launch its standalone online service in April
HBO will reportedly launch its online standalone streaming service in April.
Psy's 'Gangnam Style' broke the YouTube video view counter
Psy's 'Gangnam Style' music video remains the No. 1 watched YouTube video - and was so popular that it actually broke the YouTube view counter.
Report: Americans streaming more online video, watching less TV
Americans are now streaming more content while watching less TV.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings predicts broadcast TV's death by 2030
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings believe online streaming video will help kill broadcast TV by 2030.
ESPN expanding plans for streaming online video service in 2015
ESPN will begin testing online video service by airing the Cricket World Cup starting in February 2015.
Online HBO service could cost whopping $18 per month, analysts predict
HBO's online video service could cost $18 per month, according to some analysts, while HBO itself remains quiet about rumors and speculation.
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.
Netflix subscribers watch an average of 1.5 hours of content every day
Netflix subscribers watch an average of 1.5 hours of content each day, and international expansion of the online video service continues to expand.
Netflix tops 50 million subscribers, as original programming helps
Video service Netflix has topped 50 million subscribers as the company continues its international expansion plans.
Microsoft pushes forward with Xbox original programming efforts
Microsoft hopes to keep Xbox owners using their consoles to stream content, and will introduce original programming to keep users engaged.
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.
Tivo axes most of hardware team, shifting efforts to software
TiVo continues to focus on cloud-based initiatives and seems to be set to leave behind the hardware market.
Paramount Pictures leaves behind film, goes fully digital
Paramount Pictures has shipped its last movie on traditional 35 film, as the company goes digital.
Netflix, others finding it difficult to convince Chinese users to pay
Companies want to invade the Chinese market due to a drastic increase in Internet users - and mobile devices.
Americans watched an incredible 37 billion videos online last month
Americans watched an incredible 37 billion online videos last month.