In Your Face, Networks: 'Arrested Development' Banana Stand Hits Upfronts 5 days ago
Beware the banana stand.
As advertisers filed into NBC's presentation of its 2013-14 slate, they couldn't help but be ...
By Tim Molloy
Subscription giant has outbid competitors and nabbed David Fincher and Kevin Spacey's mini-series
The company will likely have to dig deep to renew its streaming deals with content providers when they expire.
Fandor operates an online movie channel and lets members choose from its library of independent and international movies and shorts
Online retailer will offer 5,000 titles free for its Prime members
"Medium," "Flash Point" among the titles to be instantly available to subscribers
A year after their wide-scale adoption, release delays haven't slowed down operators like Netflix one bit, while the studios may not be getting quite as much out of them as they let on
Peter Chernin and Barry McCarthy join leadership of online music streaming service
The irony is exquisite -- a mighty cable giant betting that its embrace of a faded Peacock will secure its future in the Internet Age
Company officials want ISPs to start sharing some of the cost burden for streaming video; and on Wednesday, CEO Reed Hastings threatened to share some potentially embarrassing data about ISP performance
Silicon Valley content company exceeds even the lofty expectations of Wall Street in fourth-quarter earnings report
Speaking at NATPE, Netflix content guru says his company will target pay-cable channel's movie window with sibling studio when it comes up for bidding next year
The entertainment industry remains at a critical inflection point, and needs the vision of a game-changing move
The end of the year always brings lists some sour grapes and some confession
For some, like Netflix and Roman Polanski, it turned out to be the best of years. For others, like “American Idol” and Russell Crowe, not so much
Companies announce pact with Sonic Solutions to offer new releases same-day as DVD
The CEO of Time-Warner has been dismissing Netflix in a sotto voce that is beginning to resemble a primal scream
Caps big week for Netflix; shares down for Times
Pact includes prior seasons of "Grey's Anatomy" and "Desperate Housewives," Disney Channel and ABC Family after 15-day window
Streaming is more efficient, but it's also a radically different business model -- can Netflix handle it?
Crime drama 'Drive' and sci-fi/adventure "Lockout" will be the first films delivered under the deal, starting next year
Netflix's online delivery partner says the cable giant threatens neutrality with a network toll; Comcast says it's simply charging for added traffic
Company raises prices on DVD option, but offers streaming-only plan for $7.99
Premium online video service comes out of "preview" phase
Convening for Blu-con Tuesday, a panel of home-entertainment presidents claim things are looking up -- and real growth could return as soon as 2012
Subscription rental company adds nearly 2 million customers during its third quarter
Deal kicks off with "Karate Kid" and will take place on a picture-by-picture basis
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”