July 10, 2013
Online Video News
Samsung Acquires Boxee, Reportedly for $30M in Cash
Since Boxee devices were never a hit with buyers, questions remain as to how Samsung will integrate Boxee's technology.
Netflix Expands Agreement with PBS, Following Amazon Announcement
While Netflix no longer streams Dora the Explorer, it will soon be the exclusive SVOD home to Super Why.
YuMe Files for $65M IPO; Will it Fare Better than Tremor?
The ad network can target demographics for brands and turn a profit, but can it make a splash on Wall Street?
The WiredArts Fest: High Culture Meets Live Online Video
A 12-night event streams live music, dance, and theater to a global audience, proving that the arts have a place in online video.
Don't Call Them OVPs: Why Video Hosts No Longer Like the Name
Where did all the OVPs go? As online video providers add non-traditional services, they find the OVP label too limiting.
LG: Don't Expect to See Android on Our Connected TVs
With WebOS a new acquisition, LG sees no point in considering Android for its connected television sets.
"Get A Room!": Zeebox Launches Contest to Showcase the Best of the Second Screen TV Community
Four-Week Long Contest With Support of NBCUniversal, Viacom, Sony Pictures Television and More Will Distribute $40,000 in Rewards to Creative Social Fans
Blackmagic Design Announces a Major New Update for ATEM Production Switchers!
New software update includes Save and Restore for all ATEM Production Switchers and 1080p progressive video formats for the ATEM Production Studio 4K model!
Netflix Brings New Girl To U.S. Members In an Exclusive Multi-Year Streaming Deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television
Breakout Primetime Comedy Hit Instantly Available to watch on Netflix starting Today