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Amazon takes new fronts in content warsJanuary 21, 2015Retailer and online video service Amazon will finance up to 12 US theatrical movies in 2015, releasing them on its Prime Instant Video subscription service one to two months after the cinema. The move into film production and distribution follows the commission of the first episodic series directed by Woody Allen, which will also be exclusive to Prime Instant Video. Content produced and distributed through Amazon Original Movies will move quickly from cinemas to subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) - four to eight weeks instead of the usual six to ten months.Subscribers Only
The success of ‘The Interview’ on online video platforms helps Sony to recoup its investment but proves little in the wider windowing debateJanuary 20, 2015Two weeks since taking The Interview to online platforms in the US, Sony reported over $31 million in consumer revenues from its digital distribution (over 4.3m downloads) and $5m in cinema distribution.
Redbox and Verizon end streaming service Redbox InstantOctober 07, 2014Redbox Instant will cease operations 7 October 2014 – after just a year and a half since launching the subscription video streaming service in March 2013. The joint venture from Verizon and Redbox offered instant access to...Subscribers Only
Verizon acquires EdgeCastDecember 13, 2013Verizon Digital Media Services (VDMS), the managed service arm of US Telco Verizon, has acquired content delivery network (CDN) provider EdgeCast for $350 million. EdgeCast provides accelerated content...
Apple unveils new additions to its iPod lineupSeptember 12, 2012Alongside the iPhone 5, Apple also introduced two new iPods. The fifth-generation iPod Touch shares many of the same features as the new iPhone: a 4-inch, 1136 x 640-pixel display and front side camera;...
Amazon ups the ante with new Kindle lineupSeptember 10, 2012Amazon has announced the refresh of its lineup of Kindle ereaders and Kindle Fire tablets. The new models feature a number of hardware and software upgrades.The company’s range of tablets has seen the...
Amazon and Epix strike movie dealSeptember 05, 2012Amazon, the online retail giant, has announced a multi-year deal with Epix that adds nearly 3,000 movies to its Amazon Prime service. Under the agreement sunscribers to the $79 per year service will gain...
Comcast boosts multiscreen offering with wide availability of AnyPlayAugust 14, 2012Seven months after introducing AnyPlay in Nashville and Denver, Comcast has finally announced the wide rollout of its service enabling live TV streaming to a variety of devices in the home. Serving effectively...
Cinedigm acquires New Video to become independent digital studioMay 01, 2012Cinedigm has taken a further step down its strategic path to become an integrated independent digital studio by acquiring US distributor New Video. Deal is for an initial $14m ($10m in cash and $4m in...
Comcast launches SVoD service Xfinity StreampixFebruary 28, 2012Comcast has unveiled a subscription video offer positioned to compete directly with Netflix. The new service, dubbed Xfinity Streampix, offers movies and TV shows to Comcast Xfinity TV subscribers. Streampix...