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Live TV is dying, advertisers likely to spend $9B anyway

With DVR penetration nearing 50 percent of American households, and with the majority of homes already watching video on demand, Americans are slowly moving away from a former mainstay of television

SeaChange to add APRICO content-recommendation technology

SeaChange International (Nasdaq: SEAC), which earlier this week announced it had elevated interim CEO Raghu Rau to become its permanent chief executive, today continued its own transition to a more

Cox is first operator to launch TED On Demand

Cox Communications said it is the first U.S. cable MSO to launch TED On Demand, which features technology, entertainment and design content from the private, nonprofit foundation TED. Cox, a

SeaChange executive shuffle continues as Kanouff leaves presidency

SeaChange International (Nasdaq: SEAC), which earlier this week announced job cuts as part of a $5 million cost-reduction plan, today announced its president, longtime SeaChange exec Yvette Kanouff,

IPTV on-demand revenue to reach $2.1B by 2016

A new report from Informa Telecoms & Media forecasts Global revenue from on-demand TV products will top $6.9 billion for 2011, and says that number will double to $13.8 billion in 2016, despite a

Avail-TVN picks VidScale's MediaWarp to power TV Everywhere play

Startup VidScale, which has seen early success in the APAC region, today announced it has been chosen by Avail-TVN as part of its TV Everywhere play, AnyView. Avail-TVN offers Tier 2 and Tier 3

SeaChange CEO out as company 'evaluates alternatives,' lowers Q3 outlook

After multiple quarters of inconsistent results as it struggled to find its sweet spot, video equipment maker SeaChange (Nasdaq: SEAC) is changing its top management; chief executive and founder Bill

Report: Facebook readies $10B IPO for Q2 2012

Facebook, which increasingly has been experimenting with delivery of video-on-demand movies to its 800 million users, could file an IPO worth up to $10 billion in the second quarter of 2012,

Studios betting consumers will go to the cloud for movies

Just in time for the holidays, Hollywood has launched its latest scheme aimed at making up for lost revenues from disintegrating DVD sales: UltraViolet, a "digital locker" that gives consumers access

Dish Network takes aim at Netflix with Blockbuster Movie Pass

Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH), looking to firmly step into the streaming media space, on Saturday will roll out what it hopes will be a viable alternative to Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), unveiling