Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Streaming TV, Music Piracy Cases 13 weeks ago
The Supreme Court without comment rejected attempts to overturn two big entertainment cases on Monday.
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The service would rival Netflix, which is losing its deal with Starz
Internet video company to embark on its first international expansion; doesn't reveal any info about the new service
Media companies had been duking it out over the cable company's iPad app
Deal, which includes such titles as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Gosford Park," brings Amazon's streaming library to more than 9,000 films
Revenues climb 52 percent and profits jump 55 percent during the second quarter, but failed to meet Wall Street expectations
"Kung Fu Panda" studio would replace a current deal with HBO for one with the subscription service
New streaming platform allows indies to upload films quickly and keep up to 70 percent of the revenue
Deal also includes rights to films such as " “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and “The Motorcycle Diaries"
Customers who want both streaming and DVDs will need two plans -- and pay $5.99 per month more than they do now
The agreement makes Open Road's movies available for streaming in the pay TV window
A growing contender in the video streaming game, Amazon has added 1,000 movie and TV titles to its inventory
Starz pulled studio's titles temporarily, as part of a streaming rights dispute
Industry unions hail legislation aimed at closing a loophole in intellectual property law
Netflix CEO explains why he doesn't mind that his company will pay hundreds of millions more to renew its streaming deal with Starz
The disc sales business is circling the drain faster than ever, as more consumers opt to rent/stream movies through Netflix or Redbox rather than purchase them
The streaming movement is becoming a veritable tidal wave in Hollywood, with the premium service the latest to make a big move into that digital future
There's granular data on the box office, and even DVD sales have rankings, but there's no publicly available data on who -- and how many people -- are watching what on demand
YouTube will imminently launch a movie-on-demand service charging users to stream movies off the world’s largest video sharing site
Allen and Kelly share their views about streaming independent film during TheGrill@Tribeca 2011, TheWrap's entertainment and media conference on April 22
TheGrill@Tribeca: "Netflix's growth into a traditional mass market media company parallels cable televisions channels' outreach and move to a more and more mass audience"
Technology and entertainment entrepreneur compares YouTube to a Wal-Mart bargain bin, and isn't optimistic about its streaming plans
The video streaming site is growing, but not bringing in enough revenue quickly enough to suit Disney, News Corp and NBCUniversal
Study by IHS Screen Digest News Flash says Netflix has enough subscribers and content deals to endure tighter windows
Move intensifies competition in the increasingly crowded digital video field
On eve of House vote, Reed Hastings says controversial regulations are key to preserving an open internet
Analysis: The rental chain has lost customers and closed hundreds of stores, but it is ready-made for online video
Rob Thomas is directing the movie, which is being made possible by Kickstarter