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  • NimbleTV turns on its service for watching, recording shows online

    After more than a year of testing, a service that lets pay television subscribers watch and record shows online is launching for New Yorkers. NimbleTV, a start-up with 17 employees, is rolling out in the greater New York area, where customers can sign...
  • Apple TV Adds ABC, Sony Crackle, Bloomberg and Korean TV Apps

    Apple continues to lure more content partners to its $99 streaming-video box, adding access for Apple TV users to new apps for Disney's Watch ABC, Sony's Crackle, Bloomberg and Korean TV service KORTV. The new services became available Wednesday,...
  • Comcast to Bring More Nets, Cable Ops to 'See It' Social-Viewing Service on Twitter

    Comcast plans to add nine new programming and cable operator partners to "See It," the social platform aimed at driving up viewing on TV and online for subscription television services, including Time Warner Cable, ABC and Fox. With See It, launched last...
  • Charter blasts Time Warner Cable while making case to buy it

    Charter Communications executives think Time Warner Cable is a troubled asset with bad leadership and horrible customer service and is too cheap to upgrade its Internet and video operations to better serve its subscribers. And Charter is eager to make a...
  • Fox Unlocks Shows on Xbox One for Pay-TV Subscribers

    Full episodes of Fox primetime shows including "The Simpsons," "New Girl" and "Almost Human" are now playing on Microsoft's new Xbox One -- but only to customers of participating cable, satellite and telco TV partners. The broadcaster's Fox Now streaming...
  • Cablevision: Aereo Is Illegal, But Broadcasters Are Wrong in Their Attack on Startup

    Cablevision Systems, aiming to protect the legality of its network DVR, released a white paper stating that while TV-streaming service Aereo is violating the law the arguments broadcasters have made in attacking the startup threaten to "cripple" cloud-...
  • Canana Bows Branded Content Division (EXCLUSIVE)

    BAJA FESTIVAL, LOS CABOS - In its latest growth move, Mexico City/L.A-based Canana, the leading Latino production-distribution house founded by Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz, has launched a branded content division. The new operation will...
  • TCM Streams 300 Classic Films and Live Broadcasts to Most Pay TV Subscribers

    Pouring old wine into new bottles, Turner Classic Movies is now letting classic-film buffs watch hundreds of venerable flicks on computers or mobile devices over any Internet connection. The channel announced the launch of Watch TCM apps and website,...
  • Dish Subs Less Disgruntled in Q3, Helping Satcaster Beat Street

    Dish Network, the third-biggest U.S. pay TV operator, gained a net 35,000 TV subscribers in the third quarter -- surprising Wall Street analysts who had been expecting the company to lose about 39,000. A key difference for Dish in the period: Existing...
  • Cord-Cutting Slows in Third Quarter, But Pay TV Is Still Shrinking

    The U.S. pay TV sector collectively dropped 113,000 subscribers in the third quarter -- capping the worst 12-month period of losses for the industry -- but the pace of consumers cutting the cord has slowed down, according to Wall Street analyst firm...
  • ESPN, Disney Channels Land on Roku Internet Set-Tops

    Roku reached a deal with Disney & ESPN Media Networks to stream live cable TV channels and on-demand programming to the device maker's streaming-media player -- but only for customers with service from a participating pay TV provider. Starting Tuesday,...