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Doing the forensics on online video's 'Boneyard': Why did platforms like Redbox Instant die so young?

Redbox Instant. Justin.TV. Xbox Studios. For every Netflix or Hulu, there's an online video programmer that started out with ambitious next-generation audience-building goals, but ended up in the "Boneyard" of failed next-generation programming initiatives.

Fast-growing SVOD won't displace pay-TV but will cut into premium services, Gartner predicts

Pay-TV remains the biggest segment on the overall consumer video services market, but it's masking an incendiary spending rise for SVOD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video.

Suddenlink adds another non-Viacom network, Sony Movie Channel

Seeming to further distance itself from a program renewal deal with Viacom, Suddenlink has signed yet another carriage agreement with a smaller programming network, putting Sony Movie Channel on its program guide.

Ergen 'digging his heels' in on 'now expendable' CNN, report says

With CNN's ratings hitting record lows recently, Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen is using licensing renewal negotiations with Turner Networks to scale back on smaller services.

TWC rolls out six-tuner Arris DVR in NYC, L.A.

Time Warner Cable has officially entered the era of digital video recorder excess, announcing the rollout of its six-tuner, 1-terabyte DVR in New York and Los Angeles.

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