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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...

mSpot Movies Club lets you rent movies cheap

04/15/2011, mSpot has just announced a new pricing for its mSpot Movies Club video on demand service. The service that allows users to rent movies anywhere, anytime they want has got a new pricing structure. In order to stay competitive and on top of their game,...

Netflix now supports Kinect

04/14/2011, Folks who use the Xbox 360 to access Netflix are in for a treat. Netflix has just announced the support for the Microsoft Kinect motion controller in their Netflix app on the gaming console. All users have to do is launch Netflix in the Video Marketplace...

Changes to Spotify Free/Open confirmed

04/14/2011, Yesterday we reported that Spotify was rumored to be making some changes to their free service – well according to the latest post on the official blog, it looks like those rumors have come true. Users of the free Spotify service will be taking a major...

Spotify to limit free music service?

04/13/2011, Spotify, the music streaming service that is based on the freemium model (free usage of the service, but paying gets more benefits) might be cutting back the features of its free service in order to push them towards getting a paid account. According to...

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...

Sony Music Unlimited service arriving on PSP

04/11/2011, PSP owners who love listening to music will be in for a treat in a few days. Sony has announced that Music Unlimited, its music streaming app will be available on Sony’s handheld console – the PSP. Starting April 14, Music Unlimited will allow PSP...

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...

Cablevision Optimum iPad app launched

04/04/2011, Like Time Warner did recently, Cablevision has just announced the launch of their iPad app, Optimum. Allowing users to stream everything that they can watch on their existing Cablevision subscription on the iPad for free, Optimum basically turns the iPad...

Time Warner removes more channels from its iPad app

04/01/2011, Time Warner launched their iPad video streaming app a few weeks ago but due to its popularity (the app was crashing servers), they were forced to cut down half the amount of channels that were served on the app. And now it looks like Time Warner has run...