High court upheld decisions against pay-TV service ivi, and music downloader Jammie Thomas-Rasset
This whole thing started when I tried to find "Cry Freedom" to watch with my 15-year-old son. The mission from hell
Other shows include "The West Wing" and the recently canceled "666 Park Avenue"
Deal helps end EPIX's exclusive pact with Netflix
A five-fold spike in consumer spending on streaming services drives a 1.4 percent gain over same period last year, according to DEG report
Despite piracy concerns, Jiaflix's Sid Ganis believes several major players will come aboard
Outlets tout success of six-month-old partnership
Licensing agreement gives Amazon Prime customers access to shows like Discovery's "Dirty Jobs" and "Whale Wars"
Comcast actually has the nerve to charge current TV subscribers $5 a month for Streampix if they don't get Comcast's cable-TV-Internet bundle
AOL and the Huffington Post showed a demo of the Huffington Post Streaming Network to reporters on Thursday
Days before the Super Bowl, a Michigan man was arrested for streaming live events, and 16 sites seized
CEO Jeff Bezos may spin off its Amazon Instant Video as a separate service
The titles will be available when the new streaming service launches next year
A TechCrunch report says that the two companies are building a Netflix killer
YOU On Demand, Nyoo TV, and Voddler are among the digital entertainment company's new partners
Streaming giant's chief content officer promises that the company has learned from its PR stumbles this summer
Netflix can continue to stream shows, add new content; Amazon expands library by 800 titles
U.S. District Judge John Walter issues a permanent injunction over copyright violations
CEO Reed Hastings promises no new price hikes
While bids may be close to the desired $2 billion, the owners are vacillating over whether a sale is the best outcome
Jeffrey Katzenberg tells the New York Times, "It's a game-changing deal"
CEO Joe Clayton says it boasts 100K movies and shows by mail and nearly 4K films via streaming
Postage and streaming costs were killing the subscription giant, and it had no choice but to change
The stock plunges on news that the subscription company is splintering off its DVD by mail business
The rental service lowered its subscriber projections by 1 million
Hollyblog: There will be a 96-month gap before movies are available for streaming through the popular service -- and that may be too long for...
More than 140 Miramax movies will be available to members in countries from Mexico to Brazil
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