Tv Everywhere

  • Roku Adds Cable App Showtime Anytime To Its Content Lineup

    Roku today announced another big cable network is making its content available on its streaming video devices. This time, it’s Showtime, which will enable cable viewers to login and catch up on previous episodes of shows like Homeland, Ray Donovan, and Dexter. Showtime Anytime can be downloaded on Roku devices now, with service available to select cable subscribers. Read More

  • Adobe Launches Primetime To Facilitate TV Everywhere Services, Signs Up Comcast & NBC Sports As Customers

    Adobe Launches Primetime To Facilitate TV Everywhere Services, Signs Up Comcast & NBC Sports As Customers

    Adobe has changed the way it sells technology used to enabled high-quality streaming services from TV networks and other video providers. With the launch of Adobe Primetime — previously know as Project Primetime — the technology company is providing a suite of tools for video delivery. And it’s signed up a couple of big new clients for the suite of products. Read More

  • Rumor: Hulu Will Soon Require Viewers To Have A Cable Subscription [Update: It’ll Happen, But Not “Soon”]

    Rumor: Hulu Will Soon Require Viewers To Have A Cable Subscription [Update: It’ll Happen, But Not “Soon”]

    If you love watching TV shows on Hulu but don’t have a cable subscription, things could get a bit more complicated in the near future. According to the New York Post, Hulu could soon start requiring its users to prove that they also have a cable or satellite subscription. This would obviously turn Hulu’s current business model on its head. It’s not clear how many of the… Read More

  • CNN Joins TV Everywhere, Puts Live News Behind The Log-In Wall

    CNN Joins TV Everywhere, Puts Live News Behind The Log-In Wall

    CNN is now broadcasting live 24 hours a day online and on mobile apps for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. The live streams are available for both CNN proper and Headline News, but good luck finding them. They are definitely not front and center. If you go to CNN’s main video page, instead of being presented with a live video stream of breaking news, it shows you canned videos from… Read More

  • A First Look At HBO Go: Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Today HBO announced it will be making its movies and TV Shows available on the Web to subscribers through HBO Go, which up until now has been in private beta. HBO Go is part of the cable industry’s TV Everywhere strategy to make TV content available online to paying subscribers. It contains 600 hours of movies and TV shows which can be streamed live and even in HD. HBO Go is… Read More

  • Only The Paranoid Are Scared Of TV Everywhere

    Some people don’t like Comcast and Time Warner’s TV Everywhere plan to bring cable TV to the Web.  They are just paranoid. Allow me to explain. In his 1964 Harper’s Magazine essay “The Paranoid Style in American Politics”, Columbia University historian Richard Hofstadter argued that American politics has often been a stage for excessively conspiratorial and… Read More

  • CBS latest to join Comcast OnDemand Online lineup

    Well, I don’t think it’s a streach anymore to say that Comcast’s latest venture into online video is a off to a good start. CBS is the latest network to join the impressive lineup which also includes HBO and Cinemax as of yesterday. This netwoks is a big step for Comcast On Demand Online as CBS is the only major network not available on the free to everyone site, Hulu. Read More

  • HBO, Cinemax coming to Comcast's and Time Warner's TV Everywhere plans

    I have to be honest. I didn’t think much of the TV Everywhere plans laid out by Comcast and Time Warner last month, but the service sure has my attention now. Soon – like in a few weeks – 5,000 beta testers will be able to watch TBS, TNT, Stars, HBO, and Cinemax content on Fancast.com or Comcast.net along with the content already available from ABC, NBC, FX, and more. Read More