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  • How HBO, CBS Seek Upper Hand in Pay-TV Deals with OTT Moves

    HBO and CBS shook up the TV biz this week with announcements that they will intro over-the-top streaming services that don't require a pay-television subscription. The new services could accelerate the number of consumers cutting the cord, which has been...
  • HBO going 'over the top' with Internet streaming service in 2015

    HBO going 'over the top' with Internet streaming service in 2015
    HBO announced plans to offer a stand-alone streaming service directly to Internet customers beginning next year, taking a giant step toward breaking the pay-TV bundle that has been a cornerstone of the television industry for more than a quarter-century....
  • Warner Bros. reveals film plans for Lego, DC, 'Harry Potter' spinoffs

    Warner Bros. will expand its film franchise offerings starting in 2016, with plans to release 10 superhero pictures from its DC Entertainment imprint over a five-year period, among other projects. The Burbank-based company, Hollywood's largest film...
  • HBO to offer its programming over the Internet

    HBO to offer its programming over the Internet
    In a blow to cable and satellite TV providers, HBO will offer its programs directly to consumers over the Internet — potentially giving millions more Americans another reason to cancel their pay TV service. The premium network — home to...
  • CBS to Launch SVOD 'All Access' Service with Current and Classic Programs

    HBO isn't the only big TV outlet taking its TV series straight to the masses. CBS Corp. is launching its own subscription service for on-demand consumption of its flagship network's TV programs, as well as older series to which it owns the rights. "CBS...
  • Time Warner vs. Netflix Analysis: Never Bring a Knife to a Gunfight

    Time Warner reminded Wall Street Wednesday that while new media has flash, old media packs heat. The talk among investors and Hollywood cognoscenti centered on Netflix after the streaming service announced it was taking on the feature film world with...
  • As Sports Rights Fees Climb, Will Viewers Continue to Play?

    Big media is paying hefty sums to run games from the NFL, the NBA and more -- all in the hopes of keeping large masses tuning in to their TV screens. But could the gambit instead drive crowds away? No one believes American television viewers are plotting...
  • What the HBO Streaming Service Could Look Like

    It's not TV. It's HBO Go-It-Alone. That is what we'll call the standalone streaming service HBO CEO Richard Plepler finally confirmed Wednesday would be available in the U.S. next year. Tellingly and somewhat unexpectedly, Plepler did not refer to the...
  • HBO's Over-the-Top Service: Here's What We Know

    HBO has shaken up the media biz with its plan to launch a standalone over-the-top service next year, making the pay-TV titan the first major cable programmer to be marketed to consumers who do not pay for a traditional MVPD (multichannel video-program...
  • Netflix gains fewer new subscribers than expected

    Streaming video company Netflix added fewer subscribers than expected in the third quarter as U.S. member growth slowed.  About 3 million people became new Netflix subscribers around the world in the three months that ended Sept. 30, the company said...
  • Warner Bros. to cut costs, shed jobs

    Warner Bros. to cut costs, shed jobs
    Warner Bros.' film and television studio, which had an uncharacteristically poor summer at the box office, will cut its annual overheard by $200 million, Chief Executive Kevin Tsujihara said Wednesday at a Time Warner investors meeting in New York....