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‘Richie Rich’ Live-action Reboot Coming to Netflix 23 December 2014

Classic cartoon character Richie Rich is coming to Netflix — in live-action form. The children-geared comedy, starring Jake Brennan in the titular role, will be available in early 2015. On the new TV series, Richie is a self-made trillionaire who enjoys the spoils of success after inventing and selling a new green technology. The 21-episode series follows …

‘The Sopranos’ and Other Older HBO Shows Are Coming to Amazon Prime 22 December 2014

Amazon has announced an exclusive deal to bring older HBO series to its Prime streaming service. The agreement will provide Amazon with a flood of new content in the near term as well as a steady stream of shows as they come available. In addition to providing Prime with new content to attract users, the exclusivity …

HBO Go Standalone Service to Be in Time for ‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere 18 December 2014

HBO is working to launch its new standalone streaming service in April, giving cord cutters hope that it will be ready in time for the upcoming Game of Thrones premiere. HBO has announced that his company would be launching a standalone streaming service that would not require customers to have a cable subscription. Why drive traffic …

Comcast Customers Can Finally Watch HBO Go on Their Rokus 17 December 2014

Subscribers to Comcast Xfinity cable TV service can now watch their favorite HBO shows via HBO Go on Roku streaming devices. Comcast was pleased to announce that it has been added to the list of participating television providers that support HBO GO and SHOWTIME ANYTIME on a Roku device. Launch your own Video Streaming Site at ZERO CapEx Cost …

Discovery and Hulu Ink Streaming Deal 16 December 2014

Discovery Communications and Hulu have inked a distribution deal, the first long-form content partnership between the two. Hulu will gain access to programming from multiple networks including Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery, Science, Destination America and original Spanish-language content from Discovery en Español. Hulu also will gain exclusive subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) rights to Discovery Channel’s …

HBO Taps Axtel TV for VOD, TV Everywhere Launch 16 December 2014

Axtel TV has become the first Mexican operator to launch HBO On Demand, the network’s VOD service in the country. The service comes at no extra cost to HBO/MAX package subscribers.  Although not all HBO programming is available on-demand, a wide selection of the networks’ most successful programmes can be watched on the platform, including movies, original HBO series, …

Presto lines up HBO, Showtime shows for SVOD 16 December 2014

The Foxtel/Network 7 joint venture Presto Entertainment has agreed content deals with HBO and Showtime for its new Australian subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service. HBO hit TV shows The Sopranos, Entourage, The Wire, True Blood and Boardwalk Empire, along with Girls, Veep, Band of Brothers and The Pacific, will be available exclusively via online streaming platform in …

HBO Outsources Streaming Service to MLBAM 10 December 2014

HBO had announced that it would sell them a new streaming service that wouldn’t be part of a traditional cable bundle but would compete with Netflix’s video service. At the time, many assumed that the service would be based on HBO Go, the network’s existing TV Everywhere service for cable subscribers. However HBO’s leadership decided to outsource the development of …

Fuhu Launches Kids-Focused OTT Service 08 December 2014

  Fuhu has unveiled the nabi Pass, a $4.99 per month subscription service created and curated specifically for kids ranging from 3-14. It offers an array of mixed media content from movies, television shows and short form videos, to apps, games and e-books. Fuhu content partners include National Geographic Kids, DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital. The …

Americans Ditch traditional TV, Stream more Internet-based Video 08 December 2014

Americans are increasingly watching TV shows and movies on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon streaming and other services. CBS and HBO have announced standalone streaming services as well. About 45 percent of Americans stream television shows at least once a month. That number is expected to increase to 53 percent or 175 million people by 2018. Content is …

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