Archive for category: deals

Amazon and JetBlue team up to bring ‘free’ Instant Video streaming to in-flight entertainment
/ May 5, 2015 10:09 am
Amazon and JetBlue team up to bring ‘free’ Instant Video streaming to in-flight entertainment

VentureBeat reports "Amazon is teaming up with American budget airline JetBlue to bring free video-streaming to the in-flight entertainment mix.". Read More

Mediacom Connects With Netflix
/ May 4, 2015 1:57 pm
Mediacom Connects With Netflix

Broadcasting & Cable reports "Mediacom Communications said it has inked a deal with Netflix that clears the way for the MSO to offer the over-the-top SVOD service on MSO-leased TiVo-powered boxes." . Read More

DigitasLBi Inks Native Ads Deal With Vox Media at the NewFronts
/ April 30, 2015 12:12 pm
DigitasLBi Inks Native Ads Deal With Vox Media at the NewFronts

AdWeek reports "At its Digital Content NewFronts presentation later this afternoon, DigitasLBi will announce a deal with Vox Media giving it first rights to Vox's native advertising product Chorus for Advertisers." . Read More

Will Twitter’s new DoubleClick deal fill your feed with awful ads?
/ April 29, 2015 2:57 pm
Will Twitter’s new DoubleClick deal fill your feed with awful ads?

Mashable reports "Poor Twitter. It finally manages to break 300 million monthly active users and boost revenues by 74% year-over-year, and its stock is still trading down almost 20%." . Read More

Cablevision Has A Deal With Hulu, But Won’t Say What It Entails
/ April 28, 2015 3:06 pm
Cablevision Has A Deal With Hulu, But Won’t Say What It Entails

Deadline reports "That could be a big deal if, say, Cablevision offers Hulu Plus as a subscription TV service like HBO or Showtime. It could be a big nothing if the cable operator just plans to market Hulu Plus, the $7.99 a month service available to anyone online." . Read More

YouTube Star Jenna Marbles Signs With CAA
/ April 28, 2015 12:08 pm
YouTube Star Jenna Marbles Signs With CAA

Deadline reports "Jenna Marbles – one of YouTube’s most-watched personalities and already one of its busiest crossover performers as a comedy personality – has signed with CAA for representation in all areas.". Read More

ESPN Sues Verizon For Breaching Contract With “Custom TV” Offering
/ April 27, 2015 11:13 am
ESPN Sues Verizon For Breaching Contract With “Custom TV” Offering

Deadline reports "You knew this was coming, right? ESPN just took Verizon to court, charging that FiOS’ new “Custom TV” offering — which gives subscribers an opportunity to buy a basic package without the sports channel — violates their carriage agreement." . Read More

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