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Netflix Doesn’t Want to Kill HBO. It Wants to Kill TV.

We’ve heard a lot about the battle between HBO and video on demand service Netflix in recent months, prompted by HBO’s move to offer its own Netflix-like Web service. But Netflix’s bumper Q1 earnings yesterday gave CEO Reed Hastings a good chance to remind people what he’s really gunning for: It’s not HBO, it’s TV. …

Big data’s pivotal role in the future of television

As more and more consumers grow increasingly discontent with rising cable costs and channel packages that don’t align to their view preferences, cable companies are seemingly attempting to resolve the issue by doubling down on the very same legacy business practices consumers are rejecting. With that being said, where do you get your television shows …

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Net Neutrality : Internet the Way You Want It, Not the ISP

With a sharp 3-2 Democrats over Republicans vote, the Federal Communications Commission has laid out a new parameter for internet regulations, subtly replacing the broadband service providers with the Government regulator as the new internet gatekeepers. Backed by internet giants like Netflix and Twitter, the ‘Net Neutrality’ debate formed its premise on Title II of …

CAFDE reaches out to CRTC for helping foster growth of Feature Films in Canada by regulating OTT

The Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters (CAFDE) and one of its members, Elevation Pictures, told a House of Commons committee Monday that there is a role for the CRTC to play to spur demand for Canadian feature films, possibly through a quota system imposed on broadcasters or by bringing so-called over-the-top (OTT) video …

IPTV charts double-digit growth map in 2015

#iptv is expected to grow a market leading 14% in 2014, followed by satellite TV platform at 7%. The growth rates of cable and terrestrial TV platforms are expected to slow to around 3%. Global cable TV market growth is driven by the Asian-Pacific and Latin American markets. A combination of the two regions is likely …

Netflix claims content and programming key to VOD future

Aware that the proof of its plan for global availability within two years lies in the quality of its programming, white label #vod service provider #netflix is putting its money where its mouth is by planning to spend $3 billion this year alone on 320 hours of original TV shows, documentaries, comedy specials and movies. That’s …

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