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DVD sales down by 20%, Netflix subscriptions up 33%

05/04/2011, Is the DVD format about to die out? According to a report by the Digital Entertainment Group, DVD sales in the US, Q1 2011 have dropped 20% when compared to Q1 2010. Studios blamed the fall in sales due to quirks in release cycles, but observers...

Padora opens up a box of laughter with comedy content

05/04/2011, Folks looking for a good laugh on the Pandora music service will be glad to know that comedy is now available. The internet music streaming service that allows users to personalize what they want to listen to has been around for awhile now, but previously...

Spotify launches new music download store

05/04/2011, If dominating the music streaming business in UK isn’t enough, it looks like Spotify has its eyes set on the music download market as well. No longer is Spotify going to be a companion to iTunes – it’s going to be a competitor. Today,...

Is Netflix killing BitTorrent?

04/28/2011, According to an interesting observation reported by TorrentFreak, Netflix might be doing more than just serving Americans their daily doses of videos and movies – Netflix might actually be killing off piracy. They’ve noticed that as the number...

Pandora supported on new BMW models

04/28/2011, Great news for fans of Pandora who are thinking or purchasing a BMW this year for your next car – the German car manufacturer has announced that all their 2011 and 2012 models will be able be able to support the Pandora Internet radio iPhone app....

Spotify to launch movie service?

04/28/2011, According to the latest news heard through the grapevine, serving music just isn’t enough for Spotify anymore. Apparently Spotify has been reportedly making deals with major movie studios to expand its streaming services to include movies as well as...

EPIX video on demand expands to more platforms

04/27/2011, EPIX has just announced that their premium entertainment channel, video on demand and online service is now available on Android devices, Samsung TVs, Samsung Blu-ray players, Google TV, Roku players and the BlackBerry PlayBook. Folks who own these...

YouTube to launch movie streaming service by next week?

04/26/2011, According to reports online YouTube, the world’s most popular video streaming service, will take its first foray into the premium video sharing industry. According to a report from Business Insider, YouTube will be launching its movie on demand...

Openfilm brings indie movies to Verizon FiOS TV

04/19/2011, If you’re into indie films and you’re a FiOS TV subscriber, you’re in for a treat. No longer will you have to spend time queuing up at local art houses or tiny theaters and halls to catch indie flicks. Verizon has announced the arrival...

Updated Adobe Flash Media server streams to iOS

04/13/2011, Adobe will be demonstrating an update to its Flash Media Server at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show this week to enable publishers to stream video to all sorts of mobile devices. No longer will they be limited to Flash-supported devices...

VUDU now streams through your web browser

04/12/2011, Folks who’ve been subscribed to VUDU’s video-on-demand service will be glad to know that they’ve got an additional way to access the service. Previously only available on a set top box, PlayStation 3 or embedded in TVs, customers can now...

HBO GO and MAX GO for DIRECTV premium subscribers tomorrow

04/11/2011, DIRECTV premium channel subscribers sure are in for a treat tomorrow. The world’s largest pay TV provider has just announced that tomorrow onwards, HBO GO and MAX GO will be made available to their premium channel subscribers. HBO GO and MAX GO are...

BBC iPlayer arriving on Panasonic HDTVs this year

04/07/2011, BBC iPlayer fans rejoice – Panasonic has confirmed that the BBC iPlayer app will be arriving on their internet-connected HD TVs that will be released this year. iPlayer will be integrated into Viera Connect – the UI that Panasonic uses to manage IPTV...