Posted on 01 September 2011 by TH3 No08
On a day when Netflix put its new higher prices into effect one of their content providing partners Starz announced that they would end negotiations with Netflix and set an end date for when it would allow streaming on the Netflix site. February 28, 2012 will be the last day of their partnership.
“Starz Entertainment has ended contract renewal negotiations with Netflix. When the agreement expires on February 28, 2012, Starz will cease to distribute its content on the Netflix streaming platform. This decision is a result of our strategy to protect the premium nature of our brand by preserving the appropriate pricing and packaging of our exclusive and highly valuable content. With our current studio rights and growing original programming presence, the network is in an excellent position to evaluate new opportunities and expand its overall business.”
Posted on 17 February 2011 by TH3 No08
It looks like playstation 3 wants to take over every job your computer used to do but never did right.
This from PS3 Blog and Community…
Posted on 14 January 2011 by TH3 No08
Exciting news for ps3 owners who own a 3d tv, with the VUDU video subscription service you can now stream 3d stereoscopic movies on your playstation 3. They’ve started with a slow roll out including Chicken Little and Bolt, but also include several 3d trailers to try out the techonlogy.
Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian
The cable giant has officially dipped its toes into the coming streaming-video war by launching “the free online portion of its Xfinity TV service,” giving all 23 million or so Comcast subscribers the ability to get video on-demand online. The site offers access to all four major networks, the premium channels, and the entire roster of basic cable, along with movies. That’s 150,000 videos, and the message to Hulu and Netflix is clear: your move. [Variety]