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Netflix cable TV idea fades, but isn't forgotten

A few weeks ago, some curious rumors about Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) began making the rounds. Word had it that Netflix was talking to some of the cable TV companies about the possibility of partnering

Comcast, Time Warner Cable don't go for HBO Go on Xbox

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) subscribers undoubtedly were happy this week when they found out that Xfinity on Demand content delivered over their Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Xbox would not count toward their

Comcast: Xfinity on Xbox data won't be capped

There were numerous reports this weekend speculating that language in a FAQ post on the Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) website suggests that the cable TV operator will soon be launching Xfinity on Demand on

IHS: Online movie views set to surpass DVDs

2012 could be the first year that U.S. consumers watch more movies online than on DVDs, Blu-ray discs and other physical video formats, according to new research from IHS. Legal online movie

OnApp hits 60 locations worldwide with federated CDN concept

OnApp, operator of a federated content delivery network marketplace for service providers, said its presence has grown to about 60 locations globally in the last six months. OnApp argues that it can

DirecTV loosens up iPad TV viewing app

DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) became the latest TV service provider to finally start taking the TV Everywhere concept literally, as the satellite TV company quietly launched an update to its iPad TV viewing

Roku CEO: Over-the-top video changes content delivery game

Over-the-top video is changing how content is delivered and consumed by viewers, Roku CEO Anthony Wood said Tuesday. He says content providers such as HBO and Disney, which both distribute channels

Cablevision launches TV Everywhere portal featuring HBO Go, other networks

Cablevision (NYSE: CVC) began offering its premium subscribers access to the HBO Go and Max Go websites and mobile video apps, and launched a new "TV To Go" portal that lets customers browse TV

thePlatform targets gaming consoles, tablets with new TV Everywhere tools

More cable operators may be able to deliver subscription video programming packages to devices such Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Xbox 360 and Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPad using a new set of tools

Time Warner Cable expands TWC TV app to PCs, Macs

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) is beginning to allow subscribers to watch live TV channels from their computers, announcing that it had expanded its TWC TV app to several browsers running on PCs and