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  • Barnes & Noble names Nook chief Michael Huseby as CEO

    Bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc. has tapped Michael P. Huseby, head of its Nook digital division, to be chief executive of the entire company. Huseby,  a Chicago native who was also elected to serve on the New York retailer’s board, will immediately...
  • Super Bowl: Fox's Streaming Internet Audience Up 4% from CBS's Last Year

    The game for many may have been a snoozer, but Fox Sports claims it set a new Internet streaming record for a sporting event with Super Bowl XLVIII -- even though it amounted to just a fraction of the U.S. TV audience. The Fox Sports Go "preview" service...
  • Jim Henson Co. Partners with Base79 for Global Digital Distribution

    The Jim Henson Co. announced Wednesday that it will partner with Base79, the largest international YouTube-based multichannel network, with the goal of bringing shows like "Pajanimals," "Sid the Science Kid" and "Fraggle Rock" to a global audience via the...
  • Programmers May Worry Over Comcast-Time Warner Cable Pact

    Comcast has long been a formidable entity for TV networks who need its connections to viewers' homes to keep their ratings sound. Now that sparring partner is about to bulk up. By proposing to buy Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal valued at $45.2...
  • Showtime App Goes Live on Roku -- But Comcast Is Not on Board

    Showtime Networks has launched its authenticated streaming-video service on Roku broadband set-top boxes, providing access to to hundreds of hours of on-demand content and live TV feeds, available to subscribers of several major pay-TV partners. It's the...
  • Dish Abandons Four-Year Effort to Trademark 'TV Everywhere'

    Dish Network's prolonged fight to own the term "TV Everywhere" ultimately went nowhere. The satcaster has quietly walked away from its battle with Time Warner Inc., DirecTV, Comcast and other cable operators in trying to secure trademark protection on...
  • Fox to Live-Stream Super Bowl Online for Free, But NFC Playoff Games Will Be Locked Behind Pay-TV Wall

    Fox Sports will live-stream Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2 -- the third year in a row the NFL's championship game will be webcast for free to U.S. Internet users. However, Fox's NFC postseason games on the Internet will be restricted only to subscribers...
  • Supreme Court to Hear Aereo Case

    The Supreme Court will hear broadcasters' challenge to the legality of startup Aereo, in a case that may not only determine the future of digital streaming of station signals but of network television itself. Without comment, the justices on Friday...
  • Supreme Court and Aereo: A Betamax ruling for the 21st century?

    Having ducked the question once, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether the principles outlined in the landmark 1984 Sony Betamax ruling apply when devices in the home give way to services in the cloud. At issue is whether Aereo, a start-...
  • A new front in the TV wars

    The big television networks have faced all number of challenges in recent years. But they could be done in by something called Aereo. Most people probably haven't heard of Aereo, which has been rolling out its video service for just over a year and...
  • Fox Will Stream Super Bowl XLVIII Free to Computers and iPads

    Fox Sports will use Super Bowl XLVIII as a showcase for its online and mobile authentication service for pay-TV subscribers, offering a free, one-day "preview" of Fox Sports Go during TV's biggest event. As previously reported by Variety, Fox will stream...